RBM is delighted to announce a brand news tour for Miles Jupp – On I Bang – which starts touring the UK in January 2024.
Since Miles’ last tour finished at The London Palladium in 2017, he’s been in The Full Monty on Disney Plus, The Durrells and Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? on ITV, as well as a heap of episodes of Frankie Boyle’s New World Order and Have I Got News For You. He’s made an award-winning radio series and he’s published a novel. But for Covid, he would have played a lead at the RSC. Hey ho. Nevertheless he’s done a play in the West End and played the Emperor of Austria and Europe in a Ridley Scott film.
Yet one sunny day in the middle of all this, he suddenly suffered a brain seizure. This led to the discovery of a tumour the size of a cherry tomato, and a rather pressing need to undergo major neurosurgery. Obviously, one doesn’t wish to make a big deal of it, but the experience has left him with a story to tell and a few things that he’d like to share with the room. So that’s exactly what he’s doing in his new show On I Bang – a tale about surprise, fear, luck, love and qualified medical practitioners.
Miles previous tours include the acclaimed Fibber In The Heat, Miles Jupp is The Chap You’re Thinking Of and Songs Of Freedom.
As an actor, comedian and writer, Miles’ work spans across theatre, film, TV, radio, books and stand up. He recently starred in the Disney+ series The Full Monty and can soon be seen in the Belgravia sequel.
Miles has contributed to a number of BBC Radio 4 shows including The News Quiz, which he hosted for four years, his own sketch series Whatever Next and In And Out Of The Kitchen, which he wrote and created. He is the author of three books, the most recent of which is a novel, History.
11 January Epsom, Playhouse
12 January Maidenhead, Norden Farm
15 January Salford, The Lowry
16 January Oxford, Playhouse
17 January Wimborne, Tivoli
18 January Basingstoke, Haymarket
21 January Bristol, Redgrave
22 January Stafford, Gatehouse
24 January Newbury, Corn Exchange
25 January Milton Keynes, The Stables
26 January Nottingham, Playhouse
29 January Chelmsford, Civic
30 January St Albans, Arena
31 January Shrewsbury, Severn
1 February Tewkesbury, Roses
5 February Newcastle Upon Tyne, Theatre And Opera House
6 February Buxton, Opera House
7 February Leeds, City Varieties
8 February Birmingham, Town Hall
20 February Swindon, Wyvern
21 February Exeter, Northcott
25 February Brighton, Dome
26 February Westcliff On Sea, Palace Theatre
27 February Lincoln, Theatre Royal
28 February Hull, Truck Theatre
4 March Guildford, Yvonne Arnaud
5 March Northampton, Royal and Derngate
12 March Cheltenham, Town Hall
19 March Canterbury, Marlowe Theatre
For tickets: https://www.milesjupp.co.uk/