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ISIHAC Tour Dates & Tickets

I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue records two series a year in front of live audiences at venues around the country. In addition to which, the ISIHAC team tour a ‘best of’ version of the show on an annual sell-out tour, featuring regulars Graeme Garden, Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor and host Jack Dee, as well as the likes of Sandi Toksvig and Rob Brydon.

Forthcoming ISIHAC Recording Dates


 Monday 3rd June at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. 


This recording has now sold out


This will be a double recording of the show (i.e. 2 programmes will be recorded) for broadcast on BBC Radio 4.

The recording starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 10.30pm.


Sunday 23rd June at the Theatre Royal Windsor. 


This recording has now sold out. 


This will be a double recording of the show (i.e. 2 programmes will be recorded) for broadcast on BBC Radio 4.

The recording starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 10.30pm.


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ISIHAC Tour Dates


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Past ISIHAC Tour Dates




24th February: New Theatre, Oxford




23rd July: The Lowry, Salford

7th January: Sands Theatre, Carlisle

8th January:The Spa, Scarborough

18th January: Chichester Festival Theatre

19th January: New Theatre, Oxford

20th January: The Anvil, Basingstoke

23rd January: De Montfort Hall, Leicester

24th January: Venue Cymru, Llandudno

3rd February : Charter Hall, Colchester

4th February : Winter Gardens, Margate

23rd February : Southport Theatre

24th Feburary : The Sage, Gateshead

26th February : Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall

27th February : Colston Hall, Bristol

28th February : Salisbury City Hall




4th January : Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

5th January : Theatre Royal, Norwich

18th January : Milton Keynes Theatre

19th January : Derngate, Northampton

25th January : Victoria Theatre, Halifax

29th January : Wycombe Swan

30th January : Brighton Dome

31st January : The Hexagon, Reading

1st February : Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea

6th February : Plymouth Pavilions

8th February : New Victoria Theatre, Woking




8th January : Sunderland Empire

9th January : St George’s Hall, Bradford

10th January : York Barbican

11th January : Liverpool Empire

15th January : G-Live, Guildford

16th January : Watford Colosseum

17th January : Royal Hall, Harrogate

18th January : The Lowry, Salford

28th January : Kings Theatre, Southsea

29th January : Bournemouth Pavilion

21st February : The Centaur, Cheltenham

22nd February : Butterworth Hall, Warwick

5th March : The Waterfront, Belfast

7th March : Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

8th March : Preston Guild Hall

16th March : Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

9th August : Edinburgh Playhouse




18th January : Brighton Dome

19th January : Reading Hexagon

20th January : Wales Millenium Centre, Cardiff

30th January : Kings Theatre, Glasgow

10th February : Ipswich Regent

11th February : Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

13th February : Fairfield Halls, Croydon

25th February : Newcastle City Hall

31st March : Sheffield City Hall

1st April : Palace Theatre, Manchester

27th April : Birmingham Hippodrome

28th April : Cambridge Corn Exchange

17th May : Colson Hall, Bristol

19th May : New Wimbledon Theatre

2nd June : Leeds Grand Theatre




5th March : The New Theatre, Oxford




4th September : The Lowry, Salford 2010

14th November : The New Theatre, Cardiff

15th November : Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

16th November : Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

18th November : The Hexagon, Reading

6th December : Chichester Festival Theatre

8th December : Newcastle City Halls

12th December : The Ipswich Regent

13th December : The New Theatre, Oxford




22nd July : The Orchard Theatre, Dartford (cancelled due to power cut)

23rd July : New Victoria Theatre, Woking

25th July : The Sands Centre, Carlisle

18th September : Manchester Opera House

20th September : Bristol Hippodrome

21st September : Portsmouth Guildhall

22nd September : Cambridge Corn Exchange

23rd September : Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

25th September : St George’s Hall, Bradford

26th September : Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

27th September : New Wimbledon Theatre

28th September : Symphony Hall, Birmingham

29th September : Southport Theatre

30th September : Grand Opera House, York

3rd October : Derngate, Northampton

4th October : The Anvil, Basingstoke

5th October : Princess Theatre, Torquay

6th October : Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

7th October : De Montfort Hall, Leicester



21st January : Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

23rd January : The Anvil, Basingstoke

24th February : Cambridge Corn Exchange

10th March : Buxton Opera House

14th March : Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

16th March : Theatre Royal, Plymouth

27th March : Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

30th March : Edinburgh Festival Theatre

3rd April : Hammersmith Apollo, London

6th April : The Lowry, Salford

12th April : Harrogate International Centre

22nd April : Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth (due to Humphrey Lyttelton’s illness, this show was chaired by Rob Brydon)




28th August : Bristol Hippodrome

30th August : Leeds Grand Theatre

9th September : Theatre Royal, Nottingham

10th September : Derngate, Northampton

17th September : The Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells

18th September : Birmingham Hippodrome

19th September : Birmingham Hippodrome

25th September : The Ipswich Regent

26th September : The New Theatre, Oxford

5th October : The Hexagon, Reading

8th October : The Brighton Dome