Jack Dee

Jack Dee

at Kings Theatre, Portsmouth

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Off The Telly

This show was rescheduled from 5th February 2021 (originally 15th May 2020).

When everyone’s favourite grumbler, Jack Dee, announced he was returning to the stand-up stage this autumn with his first solo tour in six years - Off The Telly - tickets flew off the shelves selling out the initial dates at incredible speed. Now, to meet exceptional public demand, a further 40 dates have been added to his tour extending it into spring 2020.

“In these difficult and uncertain times people need hope – a ray of sunshine to brighten their day. And that’s very much where I come in” says Jack.

Jack’s most recent solo UK tour, Jack Dee Live, travelled the country for 18 months to sold out audiences delighted to be entertained by him. This was followed by the release of his sixth stand-up DVD for Universal Pictures (UK) - Jack Dee So What? Live.

His last foray on to the live stage saw him bring a brand new type of live show to audiences in 2015 with Jack Dee’s Helpdesk. Jack and his panel of special guests helped to shed light on an array of the audience’s personal problems, dilemmas and issues with nothing pre-planned. Met with critical success, Jack Dee’s Helpdesk was commissioned by BBC Two and included series on the General Election, the US Presidential Election and the Brexit Referendum.

Most recently Jack starred in two series of ITV sitcom Bad Move, created and co-written alongside fellow Lead Balloon writer Pete Sinclair. Bad Move was a ratings success for ITV with the series averaging 4 million viewers.

Jack Dee

Jack Dee appearing at this event

Although he's a man of few smiles, Jack Dee's deadpan, dry humour has made him one of Britain's favourite veteran comedians. Starting his career as a stand-up comic, he first came to the small screen in the 1990s as the face of the John Smith's Bitter advertising campaign and soon became known as 'The Midget with the Widget'. By 1995, he had appeared in countless TV shows and gained an impressive array of awards. In 2001, he was the highlight of Celebrity Big Brother digging secret escape tunnels while the others were in the bath. Much to his surprise, the nation showed their adoration voting him the winner of the series. With often sell-out gigs, a chance to see this talented misery onstage definitely shouldn't be missed.

See 38 tour dates featuring Jack Dee

Kings Theatre

24 Albert Road

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