The comedian has added more dates to his UK tour, including a show at London's Hammersmith Apollo.
No Such Thing As A Fish, a podcast developed by the researchers behind the long-running BBC comedy quiz QI, will be taking their show on the road in the spring of 2018.
Dan Schreiber, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski and James Harkin have become household names in themselves since branching out from behind the scenes on the TV show, originally hosted by Stephen Fry who handed over to current host Sandi Toksvig in 2016.
No Such Thing As A Fish sees the foursome serve up their pick of the most bizarre, extraordinary, and hilarious facts known to man.
The award winning podcast celebrates 1.2 million downloads a week, having recently been transformed into the spin-off BBC Two TV series, No Such Thing As The News.
The title of the show comes from an episode in season eight of QI, known as “Series H”, where the panelists (including permanent fixture Alan Davies) were told of biologist Stephen Jay Gould who concluded after much research that there was indeed no such thing as a fish.
Each episode of the podcast sees a presenter take it in turn to offer their favourite fact they have discovered that week.
The live show will kick off in Brighton on the 1 March 2018, and run through until the 29 March 2018 at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.
Here are those No Such Thing As A Fish tour dates:
1 March 2018 – Brighton Dome, Brighton
9 March 2018 – Colston Hall, Bristol
11 March 2018 – Town Hall, Leeds
17 March 2018 – Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
18 March 2018 – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
23 March 2018 – Concert Hall, Reading
27 March 2018 – Ulster Hall, Belfast
28 March 2018 – Vicar Street, Dublin
29 March 2018 – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
Tickets for No Such Thing As A Fish will be available from 10:00 on Friday 29 September through Ticketmaster.co.uk.