Maureen Lipman Tour Dates

One of the UK's most accomplished and best loved comic actresses. Her many theatre credits include When We Were Married, A Little Night Music, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Old Money, Peggy For You, Re-Joyce and extensive work for the National Theatre. For television, her work includes Ladies of Letters, Skins, He Kills Coppers, Sensitive Skin, About Face, All at No. 20, Agony, Cold Enough for Snow and Eskimo Day; and for film, Bridge of Lies, Flight of Fancy, The Pianist, Carry on Columbus, Educating Rita and Gumshoe.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Maureen Lipman. Were you there?

  • Under Cover - A Poet’s Life In Publishing Jeremy Robson, Maureen Lipman
    Oxford, Worcester College
  • Maureen Lipman Is 'Up For It' Maureen Lipman
    London, Purcell Room
  • The Best Man Martin Shaw, Jeff Fahey, Maureen Lipman, Jack Shepherd, Honeysuckle Weeks…
    London, Playhouse Theatre
  • Lettice And Lovage Felicity Kendal, Maureen Lipman
    London, Menier Chocolate Factory
  • The Height of the Reeds Opera North Children’s Chorus, Opera North Orchestra, Maureen Lipman, Barrie Rutter, Katie Smith
    East Riding Of Yorkshire, Humber Bridge
  • Comedy Question Time - Live Relay Hugh Dennis, Maureen Lipman, Simon Schama, Sindhu Vee, Dan Patterson
    London, Kings Place
  • Sleeping Beauty 2016 Maureen Lipman, Chris Jarvis
    Richmond, Richmond Theatre
  • Maureen Lipman
    Woodstock, Blenheim Palace
  • Maureen Lipman
    Milton Keynes, The Old Rectory Garden
  • Blues In The Park + Shakespeare & All That Jazz Maureen Lipman, Jeremy Robson
    Milton Keynes, The Old Rectory Garden
  • Maureen Lipman image © Manuel Harlan