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Phil Wang announces 2023 UK tour dates: how to get tickets

Phil Wang announces 2023 UK tour dates: how to get tickets

The comic is set for several venues throughout the UK as part of his 'Wang In There, Baby!' tour

British comedian Phil Wang has announced 2023 dates for his huge UK tour. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 29 July.

The Daphne comedy group member is set for multiple gigs throughout this year and 2023, headlining venues in London later this summer as well as Edinburgh's Fringe Festival next month, where he'll perform his stand up show in Assembly George Square.

From Thursday 23 March next year, the 32-year-old will hit Exeter Corn Exchange, Oxford's New Theatre, Brighton's Theatre Royal, The Grand Opera House in York and London's Eventim Apollo as part of his 2023 Phil Wang: Wang In There, Baby! stand-up tour.

The Chortle Student Comedian Of The Year Award winner released his Netflix comedy special Phil Wang: Philly Philly Wang Wang in 2021 before the release of his debut book Sidesplitter: How To Be From Two Worlds At Once later that year.

Tickets for Phil Wang are available from Ticketmaster, ATG and See Tickets.

Phil Wang 2022 and 2023 UK tour dates:
Friday 5 August – Bush Hall, London
Monday 15 August - Sunday 21 August – Assembly George Square, Edinburgh
Saturday 3 September – Union Chapel, London
Saturday 24 September – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
Thursday 23 March 2023 – Exeter Corn Exchange
Friday 24 March – The New Theatre, Oxford
Sunday 26 March – The Theatre Royal, Brighton
Thursday 30 March – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Friday 31 March – Playhouse, Nottingham
Friday 21 April – Grand Opera House, York
Sunday 23 April – Engine Shed, Lincoln
Saturday 29 April – De Montford Hall, Leicester
Sunday 30 April – City Hall, Sheffield
Saturday 6 May – Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Sunday 7 May – Tyne Theatre, Newcastle
Thursday 25 May – Dorking Halls
Wednesday 7 June – Palace Theatre, Southend
Thursday 15 June – Wyvern Thetare, Swindon
Sunday 18 June – Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

Tickets for Phil Wang go on sale at 10am on Friday 29 July.

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending.

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