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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.

ISIHAC Tour Dates

 

Sunday 5th January – Nottingham Concert Hall SOLD OUT

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm).

 

Monday 6th January – St David’s Hall, Cardiff LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £30. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 029 2087 8444, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Tuesday 7th January – Bristol Hippodrome LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced from £27.50*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 0844 871 3012*, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*Subject to booking / transaction fees. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge.

 

Wednesday 8th January – Chichester Festival Theatre  SOLD OUT

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm).

 

Sunday 12th January – New Wimbledon Theatre LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced from £27.50*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 0844 871 7646*, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*Subject to booking / transaction fees. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge.

 

Monday 13th January – The Alexandra, Birmingham LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced from £27.50*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 0844 871 3011*, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*Subject to booking / transaction fees. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge.

 

Tuesday 14th January – Sheffield City Hall

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £32.19. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01142 789 789, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Wednesday 15th January – Hull City Hall

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £27 plus a £1.50 per ticket booking fee. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01482 300306, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Friday 17th January – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, starting from £30. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 0131 529 6000, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Saturday 18th January – Sunderland Empire

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced from £27*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 0844 871 3022*, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*Subject to booking / transaction fees. Calls cost up to 7p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge.

 

Sunday 19th January – Manchester Bridgewater Hall SOLD OUT

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm).

 

Monday 20th January – Wolverhampton Grand LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, starting at £20*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01902 42 92 12, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*A £3 booking fee applies to all purchases.

 

Thursday 23rd January – Poole Lighthouse

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £28.75. Tickets are obtainable via the Ticket Office, telephone: 01202 280000, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Friday 24th  January – Worthing Assembly Hall LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £28.50. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01903 206 206, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Monday 27th January – St George’s Hall, Bradford

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £29. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01274 432000, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Tuesday 28th January – Harrogate Convention Centre

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £29*. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01423 502 116, or online via the venue’s website.

 

*All orders will be subject to a fee of £2.75

 

Friday 31st January – Watford Colosseum SOLD OUT

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £31.50. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01923 571 102, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Saturday 1st February – Ipswich Regent LAST FEW TICKETS REMAINING

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £30. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone: 01473 433100, or online via the venue’s website.

 

Saturday 2nd February – Congress Theatre, Eastbourne 

 

Show starts 7.30pm (finishes at around 10pm). Tickets are currently on sale, priced at £29. Tickets are obtainable via the Box Office, telephone:01323 412 000 , or online via the venue’s website.

 

 

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Forthcoming ISIHAC Recording Dates

 

 

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Past ISIHAC Tour Dates

 

2019

 

24th February: New Theatre, Oxford

 

2017

 

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

 

2016

 

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

 

2015

 

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

 

2014

 

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

 

2012

 

5th March : The New Theatre, Oxford

 

2011

 

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

 

2009

 

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

 

2008

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)

 

2007

 

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