Amnesty International UK and comedy star and host of hit podcast The Guilty Feminist Deborah Frances-White have teamed up in 2019 to relaunch the much revered Secret Policeman’s Tour for the 21st century and are delighted to be bringing it to Manchester in December for its third and final stop this year!

With a supreme line-up of special guests including uproarious comedians, gifted musicians and inspirational activists to be announced in the coming months, this is sure to be a riotous and electrifying night of entertainment and discussion all in support of human rights.

Tickets for this show at Manchester’s Palace Theatre on Tuesday 3rd December are on sale now from

More than forty years since Amnesty’s first ever Secret Policeman’s event, the newly-revamped 2019 Secret Policeman’s Tour has so far seen a host of comedians, musicians, actors, activists and speakers come together for two revolutionary nights at London’s Hackney Empire (June 5th) and at Edinburgh Playhouse (24th August)  to inspire more people to join the Amnesty movement and create a fairer more equal world.

Host Deborah Frances-White has so far been joined by a huge array of talent across the previous two shows who have entertained the crowds with stand-up sets, comedy sketches, illuminating discussion and jaw-dropping musical performances and Manchester is set to be no different.

A podcast of the London and Edinburgh show can be listened to here:

Venue Details and Listings Information

Venue: Palace Theatre

Address: 97 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 6FT

Date: Tuesday 3rd December

Time: 7.30pm

Box Office: 0844 871 7615 or

Ticket Prices: From £16.90 – may be subject to booking fee

Running time: 2 hours 30 mins (approx.)


Age 16+

Line up subject to change.

This show will be recorded for a podcast to be released at a later date.

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