All the dates and venues for Jenny Eclair's Sixty! (FFS) tour

Thursday, 10th September 2020, 8:42 am
Updated Thursday, 10th September 2020, 8:43 am

Comedian Jenny Eclair is taking her Sixty! (FFS!) Tour on the road next year.

Jenny has been a stand-up comic for donkeys’ years and was the first woman to win the coveted

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Perrier Award. She still gigs regularly and is on tour around the UK.

TV highlights include the Grumpy Old Women series.

Tour dates for 2021 are:Thursday March 4: the Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, HavantFriday March 5: Beck Theatre, Hayes.Saturday March 6: Hertford TheatreSunday March 7: Redgrave Theatre, BristolFriday March 12: The Brunton, MusselburghSunday March 14: Tivoli Theatre, AberdeenThursday March 18: Royal Spa Centre, Leamington SpaFriday March 19: Palace Theatre, Southend-on-SeaSaturday March 20: Norwich PlayhouseSunday March 21: Colchester Arts CentreThursday March 25: The Stables, Milton KeynesFriday March 26: Selby Town HallSaturday March 27: Lincoln Performing Arts CentreSunday March 28: Masham Town HallThursday April 1: Bloomsbury Theatre, LondonThursday April 8: The Forum, Barrow-in-FurnessFriday April 9: Old Rep Theatre, BirminghamSaturday April 10: City Varieties Music Hall, LeedsSunday April 11: Royal & Derngate Theatre, NorthamptonThursday April 15: Key Theatre, PeterboroughFriday April 16: Cambridge JunctionSaturday April 17: Northcott Theatre, ExeterSunday April 18: Palace Theatre, PaigntonThursday April 22: the North Wall Arts Centre, OxfordFriday April 23: Braintree Arts TheatreSaturday April 24: The Exchange, Sturminster Newton,Sunday April 25: The Radlett CentreThursday April 29: Dorchester Corn Exchange & Town HallFriday April 30: Everyman Theatre, CheltenhamSaturday May 1: Chorley Little TheatreSunday May 2: The Lowry, SalfordWednesday May 5: Southbank Centre, LondonFriday May 7: the Harlington, FleetSaturday May 8: Shanklin Theatre, Isle of WightThursday May 13: Webster Theatre, ArbroathFriday May 14: The Maltings, Berwick on TweedSaturday May 15: The Y Theatre, LeicesterSunday May 16: Nottingham PlayhouseThursday May 20: The Forum, NorthallertonFriday May 21: The Witham, Barnard CastleSaturday May 22: Alnwick PlayhouseSunday May 23: Queens Hall Arts Centre, HexhamWednesday May 26: Theatre Severn, ShrewsburyThursday May 27: Sheffield City Hall and Memorial HallMay 28: St George’s Hall, LiverpoolSaturday May 29: The Dukes, LancasterFriday June 4: The Capitol Theatre, HorshamSunday June 5: Theatre Royal, WinchesterWednesday June 9: The Courtyard, Herefordshire’s Centre for the ArtsFriday June 11: The Camberley TheatreSunday June 13: Theatre Royal, Bury St EdmundsThursday June 17: De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-SeaFriday June 18: Gulbenkian Theatre, CanterburyThursday June 24: Theatre Royal, MargateFriday June 25: Rose Theatre, Kingston-upon-ThamesThursday July 1: Swansea Grand Theatre and Arts Wing