Alan Carr Bristol 2022: how to get tickets to Bristol Hippodrome shows, full UK ‘Not Again Alan’ tour dates

The Dorset-born comedian will play a double header at Bristol Hippodrome this month, but tickets are at limited availability.

Alan Carr is set to bring his unique comedy style and make all of Bristol belly laugh as he prepares for a huge double header in the city as part of a UK and Ireland tour.

‘Not Again Alan!’ will see the Dorset-born funnyman venture throughout all of the country’s most exciting and intimate entertainment venues.

Demand is incredibly high as Bristolians grasp for tickets to attend a show at the Bristol Hippodrome, which has a capacity of around 1904.

Here is everything you need to know about the comedy shows, such as ticketing details and where else Alan Carr is touring.

When is Alan Carr coming to Bristol?

The comedian has scheduled a huge double header in the South West of England, playing back-to-back shows in Bristol.

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Alan Carr will play in the city’s famous intimate entertainment venue Bristol Hippodrome on Monday, 12 September and Tuesday, 13 September in 2022.

Both shows will kick off at 8 pm in the evening.

Where else is Alan Carr visiting on his UK tour?

Preceding Alan Carr’s two dates in Bristol, the next show at the time of publication is Monday, 11 July’s huge gig at Glasgow’s Kings Theatre. His last scheduled stand-up show will be at Newcastle’s O2 City Hall on Saturday, 11 February 2023.

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Here is the full list of Alan Carr’s schedule and remaining dates of his UK and Ireland tour entitled ‘Not Again Alan!’.

JULY

  • 11 - Kings Theatre, Glasgow

SEPTEMBER

  • 2 - St David’s Hall, Cardiff
  • 3 - St David’s Hall, Cardiff
  • 8 - 3 Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 9 - 3 Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 10 - 3 Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 12 - Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol
  • 13 - Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol
  • 16 - Brighton Dome, Brighton
  • 17 - Brighton Dome, Brighton
  • 23 - Bonus Arena, Hull
  • 24 - Bonus Arena, Hull

OCTOBER

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  • 7 - Eventim Apollo, London
  • 8 - Eventim Apollo, London
  • 14 - Swansea Arena, Swansea

NOVEMBER

  • 10 - Congress Theatre, Eastbourne
  • 12 - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

FEBRUARY 2023

  • 11 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle

How can I get tickets to the Bristol Hippodrome show?

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Tickets are at varying degrees of availability for both of Alan Carr’s shows in Bristol this August.

Via the event’s ticketing partner Ticketmaster, tickets are completely sold out for his first show at Bristol Hippodrome on Monday, 12 September.

Whilst for his second show on Tuesday, 13 September, there is only one ticket available on general sale, situated in the grandstand and priced at £29.35.

For more information, please visit the official Ticketmaster page for all of Alan Carr’s gigs.

If for whatever reason you are still desperate to attend at least one of the comedian’s shows in Bristol, keep an eye on various ticket exchange websites such as Viagogo and Twickets.

Who is Alan Carr and what is he best known for?

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Alan Carr - who is widely known as the Chatty Man - was born on June 14, 1976, and is an Englishman best known for his comedy and TV talk shows.

The comedian was born in Weymouth, Dorset, whilst spending most of his childhood and early 20s in Northampton and then Manchester, where he began his comedy career.

The Chatty Man’s breakthrough was in 2001 when he won the City Life Best Newcomer of the Year and the BBC Best New Stand Up Awards.

After years of flourishing on the Manchester comedy circuit, he shot to fame as he hosted The Friday Night Project with Justin Lee Collins.

He has since gone solo and went on to host two successful ventures such as Alan Carr’s Celebrity Ding Dong (2008) and Alan Carr: Chatty Man (2009-2016).

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Alan Carr is most recently single, having split up with longtime partner and husband Paul Drayton in January 2022.