Star of BBC Two’s sitcom Hebburn, co-starring VIC REEVES, and series regular on Celebrity Juice (ITV2), Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated CHRIS RAMSEY is set to embark on a brand new 38-date national tour from 9th November 2013, following the success of his 2012 twice-extended sell-out tour Feeling Lucky.

After being thrown off Soccer AM (Sky) for what he thought was an innocuous comment, CHRIS RAMSEY started to wonder whether he might actually be ‘the most dangerous man on Saturday morning television’. He discovers what happens when you say the wrong thing in the wrong place at the wrong time.

This year CHRIS RAMSEY will star in the second series of critically-acclaimed sitcom Hebburn returning to BBC Two later this year, which peaked at over 2 million viewers. CHRIS RAMSEY is currently piloting his own show for the BBC with Avalon Television about the world of social media and now has over 200,000 followers on Twitter. CHRIS is supported by CARL HUTCHINSON.

Tickets for Chris Ramsey: The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television are available through CHRIS’ website, and are on presale today Wednesday 17th April at 9am via, on Thursday 18th via and general sale from Friday 19th April at 9am. A full list of 2013/2014 dates are on the following page.

What the press has said about Chris Ramsey:

Ramsey has the potential to be a mainstream hit, a cult favourite or almost anything in between
Stephen Armstrong, The Sunday Times

Frighteningly talented. . . tearing up every stage he lands on
James Mullinger, GQ

A brilliantly engaging natural storyteller
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

Spinning blokely pub banter and unpretentious patter into stand-up gold
James Kettle, The Guardian Guide

Engaging and incisive
The Independent on Sunday

For more information please contact: Charlotte Davidson or Dan Lloyd at Tel: 020 7598 7222.
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Saturday 9 November The Courtyard, Hereford 01432 340555
Thursday 14 November Aldershot, Princes Hall 01252 329 155
Friday 15 November Frome Memorial Hall 01373 462795
Saturday 16 November Warwick Arts Centre 024 7652 4524
Sunday 17 November Chorley Little Theatre 01257 264 362
Wednesday 20 November Runcorn, The Brindley 0151 907 8360
Thursday 21 November Wolverhampton Civic Theatre 01902 552 122
Friday 22 November Porthcawl Grand Pavilion 0870 320 7000
Saturday 23 November Nottingham Playhouse 0115 941 9419
Sunday 24 November York Barbican 0844 854 2757
Wednesday 27 November Chester Laugh Inn 0800 612 9714
Sunday 1 December Exeter Northcott Theatre 01392 493 493
Wednesday 11 December Norwich Playhouse 01603 598 598
Saturday 14 December Southend Palace Theatre 01702 351 135

Friday 17 January Southampton, Hanger Farm Arts Centre 023 80 667 683
Wednesday 22 January Bristol Colston Hall, Hall 2 0117 922 3686
Thursday 23 January Stafford Gatehouse Theatre 01785 254 653
Friday 24 January Chelmsford Civic Theatre 01245 606 505
Thursday 6 February Sheffield City Hall, Memorial Hall 0114 2 789 789
Friday 7 February Shrewsbury Theatre Severn 01743 281 281
Sunday 9 February Durham Gala Theatre 0191 332 4041
Wednesday 12 February Wrexham Glyndwr University 01978 293 293
Thursday 13 February Cheltenham Everyman Theatre 01242 572 573
Friday 14 February Salford Lowry 0843 208 6000
Saturday 15 February Salford Lowry 0843 208 6000
Sunday 16 February Harrogate Theatre 01423 502 116
Monday 17 February Leeds City Varieties 0845 644 1881
Thursday 20 February Milton Keynes Stables Theatre 01908 280 800
Friday 21 February Leicester Comedy Festival, Y Theatre 0116 242 3595
Saturday 22 February Birmingham Alexandra 0844 871 3011
Sunday 23 February Swindon Wyvern Theatre 01793 524 481
Friday 28 February Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion 01424 229 111
Sunday 2 March Ilfracombe, Landmark Theatre 01271 324 242
Wednesday 5 March Scarborough Spa 01723 357 869
Thursday 6 March Middlesbrough Town Hall 01642 729 729
Saturday 8 March Aberdeen Lemon Tree 01224 641 122
Sunday 9 March The Forum, Barrow in Furness 01229 820000
Friday 14 March Nantwich Civic Hall 01270 628633
Wednesday 19 March Edinburgh, The Stand 7pm and 9.30pm 0131 558 7272
Thursday 20 March Glasgow Comedy Festival, The Garage 0844 395 4005
Friday 21 March Newcastle City Hall 0191 277 8030


Avalon is one of the leading promoters of live comedy in the UK. Recent highlights include: RUSSELL HOWARD performing to over 240,000 fans with sell-out tour Right Here, Right Now; AL MURRAY’s twice extended show Al Murray The Pub Landlord The Only Way Is Epic, including two dates at the Queen’s Theatre, London; Edinburgh Comedy Award and the Barry Award winning RUSSELL KANE’s new tour Posturing Delivery; RICHARD HERRING returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for his 25th year; DAVE GORMAN’s Barry Award nominated sell-out tour Powerpoint Presentation; GREG DAVIES’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated, triple-extended, 109 date sell-out show Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog and new tour The Back of My Mum’s Head, including two dates at the Hammersmith Apollo; LEE NELSON’s sell-out date at the IndigO2 with Lee Nelson Live; ROB DELANEY selling out his UK debut London run at Soho Theatre in one hour from a single tweet; U.S.’s number one podcasting comedian PAUL F. TOMPKINS playing the UK for the first time at London’s Soho Theatre.