Made in Chelsea stars Jamie Laing and Francis Boulle will swap the streets of Chelsea for the stage at the Epstein Theatre as they head to Liverpool this October with their debut tour Private Parts.
The show is inspired by the duos popular Private Parts podcast which sees them bare all and read out their diaries each week and comes to the Hanover Street venue on Monday 22 October.
Audiences can expect a hilarious no holds barred insight in to the lives of the loveable reality stars who promise to share all the intimate and sordid details of their private lives, including the on and off-screen gossip.
As well as starring in BAFTA winning series Made in Chelsea, Jamie has also appeared on Young, Free and Single (E4), Murder in Successville (BBC Three), Celebrity First Dates (Channel 4), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), and In Bed with Jamie (Channel 4). He also hosts a popular weekend show on Heat Radio and has a hugely successful YouTube channel, Happy Hour. Whilst away from the screen he founded sweets brand Candy Kittens.
Francis Boulle has been a mainstay of Made in Chelsea and is an international entrepreneur, writer and public speaker. Boulle’s first book, Boulle’s Jewels: The Business of Life, a tongue-in-cheek essay on the lessons he learned as a young entrepreneur, was a best-seller, and he is currently working on a follow up. With Jamie, he is one half of hit podcast Private Parts.
For fans keen to meet the pair a limited number of VIP tickets are available to purchase in advance at Epstein Theatre Box Office. VIP tickets guarantee a premium seat, an exclusive post show meet and greet with Jamie and Francis, a signed poster and the chance to snap a selfie with the pair.
Don’t miss what is certain to be a hilarious show, book tickets fast.
Date: Monday 22 October
Tickets: Standard £22.50 / VIP £51
The Epstein Theatre
To book tickets please call 0844 888 4411* or go online at www.epsteinliverpool.co.uk * or in person at The Epstein Theatre Box Office from 12pm – 6pm Monday – Saturday.
*Subject to booking fee. All prices include a £1 per ticket venue restoration levy