After her previous completely sold out, highly acclaimed debut tour, and fresh from hosting Live At The Apollo and appearances on A League Of Their Own and Have I Got News For You, Maisie Adam is heading back out on tour with her brand new show, Appraisal.

It’s been a meteoric rise through through the comedy ranks for Maisie and she’s fast on her way to becoming a household name. Stand-up is what she loves most and she’s now five years into her job as a comedian, so perhaps she’s due an appraisal. Appraisal will be the ultimate performance review, where we’ll see just why she was awarded Best New Act and nominated Best Newcomer…or, is she heading towards an “organisational restructure”?

Maisie’s comedy career kicked off when she won the So You Think You’re Funny? Award (previously won by Peter Kay, Aisling Bea and Tom Allen). The following year she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards. Her anecdotal material and witty charm quickly won her praise and she soon went on to appear on many TV shows, including: Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, QI, The Last Leg and 8 Out Of 10 Cats. Maisie is also the co-host of the Big Kick Energy football podcast, with Suzi Ruffell, which won Sports Podcast Of The Year at the Broadcast Sport Awards 2023.

Recommended 15+


17 September Reading, Concert Hall
18 September Norwich, Playhouse
19 September Lincoln, Theatre Royal
20 September Middlesbrough, Town Hall
21 September Liverpool, Everyman
22 September Edinburgh, The Queen’s Hall
24 September Exeter, Corn Exchange
25 September Cardiff, The Glee Club
26 September Bristol, 1532 Performing Arts Centre
27 September Bristol, 1532 Performing Arts Centre
28 September Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal
30 September Northampton, Royal and Derngate

1 October Cambridge, Junction
3 October Bath, Komedia
4 October Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn
5 October Harrogate, Theatre
6 October Newcastle, Tyne Theatre & Opera House
8 October Birmingham, Town Hall
9 October Sheffield, Memorial Hall
10 October Chester, Storyhouse
15 October Carlisle, The Old Fire Station
16 October Leeds, Playhouse Quarry
17 October London, The Clapham Grand
18 October London, Leicester Square Theatre
19 October Southampton, MAST Mayflower Studios
20 October Oxford, Playhouse
22 October Kendal, Brewery Arts Centre
23 October Salford Quays, The Lowry
24 October Brighton, Dome Corn Exchange
25 October Milton Keynes, Stables Theatre
26 October Nottingham, Playhouse
28 October Lancaster, Grand Theatre
29 October Hull, Truck Theatre
30 October Glasgow, The Glee Club


1 November Swansea, Tailesin Arts Centre
2 November Royal Leamington Spa Centre
3 November Leicester, The Y Theatre
5 November Launceston, Town Hall
6 November Swanage, The Mowlem Theatre
7 November Swindon, Wyvern Theatre



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