Garth Marenghi, the renowned horror author famous for his spine-chilling works, is excited to announce 18 brand new tour dates in February & March 2024 due to incredible ticket demand from fans and in support of his latest novel, INCARCERAT. The highly anticipated novel is a sequel to his previous Sunday Times bestseller, Garth Marenghi’s Terrortome, which continues on the adventures of horror author Nick Steen as he battles his own imagination and navigates a terrifying world.
Following the success of Terrortome and the subsequent UK tour, which sold over 27,000 tickets in under six months, Garth Marenghi is now set to extend his tour for his fans.
In this second novel of interconnected mini-novels, INCARCERAT, Steen is abducted and imprisoned at Nulltec, a shadowy technological research facility hidden deep among the Stalkford downs. There, he is tested and interfered with by a team of scientific experts determined to nullify his escaping imagination.
The publication of INCARCERAT is scheduled for 31st October 2023. Garth Marenghi is the pseudonym of writer and director Matthew Holness, who is best known for his role as the fictional horror author in the cult Channel 4 comedy series Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. Holness is the author of many short stories for horror anthologies and has written and directed several films, including the horror feature Possum.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see Garth Marenghi live and hear about his latest terrifying tale this Halloween.
TICKETS: Tickets go on sale Friday 29th of September at 10am at livenation.co.uk.
UK TOUR DATES:
Sat 28 October Stratford Literary Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon *
Mon 30 October City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds
Tue 31 October Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Newcastle
Wed 1 November The Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow
Thu 2 November Manchester Academy, Manchester
Fri 3 November Town Hall, Birmingham
Sat 4 November The London Palladium, London
Sun 5 November Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury *
Wed 8 November Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Thu 9 November MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton *
Fri 10 November Colchester Charter Hall, Essex
Wed 15 November Pavilion Theatre – The Ballroom, Bournemouth
Thu 16 November Komedia, Bath
Fri 17 November Cardiff New Theatre, Cardiff
Sat 18 November Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Sun 19 November The Octagon Theatre, Sheffield
Wed 22 November The Ulster Hall, Belfast *
Tue 6 February Taunton Brewhouse, Taunton *
Wed 7 February Exeter Corn Exchange, Exeter *
Thu 8 February The Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple *
Fri 9 February Swansea Grand Theatre, Swansea *
Sat 10 February Reading Concert Hall, Reading *
Sun 11 February Palace Theatre, Southend, Southend on Cliffs *
Wed 14 February Hazlitt Arts Centre, Maidstone *
Thu 15 February Key Theatre, Peterborough *
Fri 16 February Ipswich Corn Exchange, Ipswich *
Sat 17 February De Montfort Hall, Leicester *
Sun 18 February The Floral Pavilion, New Brighton *
Tue 20 February The Stables, Milton Keynes *
Wed 21 February Buxton Opera House, Buxton *
Thu 22 February The Forum, Northallerton *
Fri 23 February Usher Hall, Edinburgh *
Sat 24 February Stockton Globe, Stockton *
Sun 25 February The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon *
Fri 1 March 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Sat 2 March The London Palladium, London *