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Lost Voice Guy announces huge UK tour for spring 2019

The Britain's Got Talent winning comedian will perform around the country in 2019.

Geordie comedian Lee Ridley – or Lost Voice Guy as he’s better known in the comedy circuit – is heading out on a huge tour in spring 2019.

The Britain’s Got Talent winner will take his unique and hiliarous brand of comedy to UK venues in February, March and April 2019.

As the first stand-up comedian to use a communication aid, Lee made his debut live appearance back in February 2012. He has since performed in some of the UK’s most popular comedy venues as well as at festivals including the Edinburgh Fringe, the Brighton Fringe, Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Liverpool Comedy Festival and many more, gaining plenty of fans along the way.

In addition to being this year’s Britain’s Got Talent winner – the first ever comedian to do so – Lee also won the BBC New Comedy Award in 2014.

With his career growing by the day, the star behind Lost Voice Guy also counts BBC’s The One Show, BBC at the Edinburgh Festival and BBC3’s Voice of the People in his TV credits, as well as writing and starring in the BBC Radio 4 series Ability – which was just renewed for a second season, and co-written by Lee with Katherine Jakeways.

A full list of Lost Voice Guy tour dates are shown below:

2 February 2019 – Civic, Barnsley
6 February 2019 – Norwich Playhouse, Norwich
7 February 2019 – Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester
8 February 2019 – Palace Theatre, Southend on Sea
9 February 2019 – The Deco, Northampton
14 February 2019 – Memorial Court, Northwich
15 February 2019 – The Lowry (Quays), Salford
16 February 2019 – Middleton Hall, Uni of Hull, Hull
17 February 2019 – Tyne Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne
20 February 2019 – Glee, Cardiff
21 February 2019 – Ffwrnes Llanelli, Wales
22 February 2019 – Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
23 February 2019 – Sue Townsend Theatre, Leicester
2 March 2019 – Leadmill, Sheffield
3 March 2019 – Little Theatre, Chorley
4 March 2019 – Glee, Birmingham
6 March 2019 – Theatre Royal, Wakefield
8 March 2019 – William Astor Hall, Wrexham
9 March 2019 – The Theatre, Chipping Norton
10 March 2019 – Tobacco Factory, Bristol
11 March 2019 – Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
13 March 2019 – Corn Exchange, Exeter
15 March 2019 – Playhouse, Nottingham
16 March 2019 – Broadway, Peterborough
18 March 2019 – Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham
20 March 2019 – Theatre Royal, Lincoln
22 March 2019 – Camberley Theatre,Camberley
23 March 2019 – The Stables, Milton Keynes
24 March 2019 – Harlow Playhouse, Harlow
25 March 2019 – Quarry House Theatre, Bedford
27 March – Grove Theatre, Dunstable
1 April 2019 – Rotunda, Glasgow
2 April 2019 – Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
5 April 2019 – Arc, Stockton on Tees
6 April 2019 – Carnegie Theatre, Cumbria
16 April 2019 – Komedia, Brighton
17 April 2019 – Komedia, Brighton

Tickets will be available via our presale from 10:00 on Monday 2 July 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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