Off Menu podcast tour: Ed Gamble and James Acaster announce Manchester date - how to get tickets
Ed Gamble and James Acaster will take their Off Menu podcast for a series of live shows around the UK including Manchester O2 Apollo
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The critically acclaimed podcast Off Menu with comedians Ed Gamble and James Acaster is set to tour the UK for the first time, with a stop in Manchester. The tour will take in an initial 8 dates in October and November 2023, including a show at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Off Menu has become one of the UK’s biggest podcasts since it started in 2018, having won numerous awards and regularly topping podcast charts. On the tour, the comedy duo will quiz guests about their dream cuisine, including their favourite starters, mains, desserts, side dishes and drinks, live on stage with a new guest each night.
The duo is currently appearing on Celebrity Hunted, where they attempt to avoid capture in order to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer. The duo both have successful stand-up careers as well as frequent appearances on several tv shows like Taskmaster where Ed is the host of the Taskmaster podcast.
Speaking of the tour, Ed Gamble said: “I am mad with joy that we finally get to put the dream meals on wheels.” James Acaster added: “Like Shrek and Donkey, Ed and I are off on a noble quest and we won’t stop until we find our happily ever after.”
The Off Menu: Live tour will arrive at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on Sunday October 29, 2023. Here is everything you need to know about how to get tickets.
How to get tickets for the Off Menu: Live tour in Manchester
Presale tickets are available to members of the Off Menu mailing list on Thursday April 13 at 10am with general tickets available on Friday April 14 at 10am. Tickets can be purchased from the Off Menu Podcast website.
Off Menu: Live 2023 UK tour dates
Sunday October 8 - Birmingham, Hippodrome
Tuesday October 10 - London, Royal Albert Hall
Wednesday October 11 - Bristol, Hippodrome
Wednesday October 18 - Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
Saturday October 21 - Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
Sunday October 29 - Manchester, O2 Apollo
Saturday November 25 - Brighton, Dome
Tuesday November 28 - Dublin, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre