Nick Offerman, Tour, Sheffield, Comedy, TotalNtertainment

Nick Offerman adds more uk tour dates

An Evening with Nick Offerman, a night of deliberative talking, mirth, and music. 

Actor, author, humorist, and woodworker Nick Offerman will return to the UK this summer with his new show, An Evening with Nick Offerman, a night of deliberative talking, mirth, and music. 

Join Nick for an evening that compels listeners to chuckle, while also causing them to honestly countenance the aspects of humanity about which we have to laugh so that we don’t attack one another with shovels. If the evening is light on dance, the audience has only themselves to blame.

Best known as the character of Ron Swanson on NBC’s Parks & RecreationOfferman has recently co-starred in episode 3 of the acclaimed HBO series The Last of Us, described by Variety as “easily one of the most extraordinary episodes of television in recent memory”. He can also be seen in Devs, the FX limited series from writer-director Alex Garland, the FX series Fargo, and Pam and Tommy (FX/Hulu).  He narrates for the audiobook of Wendell Berry’s latest, The Need to Be Whole, and voices Beef Tobin in the FOX animated series The Great North. Recent and upcoming projects include The Resort (Peacock), A League of Their Own (Amazon), and NBC’s Making It (co-host and executive producer). 

Offerman has written five New York Times Bestselling books, including his latest, Where the Deer and the Antelope Play: The Pastoral Observations of One Ignorant American Who Loves to Walk Outside (Penguin Random House), Paddle Your Own Canoe, Gumption, Good Clean Fun, and The Greatest Love Story Ever Told, written with his wife, Megan Mullally. In his spare time, he can be found at his woodshop in Los Angeles building hand-crafted items from wood, ranging from spoons and canoes to ukuleles.

Listings information

For tickets visit:

Tues 27 June                         London                       Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Thurs 29 June                       Liverpool                    Empire Theatre

Fri 30 June                             Glasgow                     Theatre Royal

Sun 2 July                              Manchester                O2 Apollo