Critically acclaimed trio, Rob Brydon, Lee Mack & David Mitchell will tour the UK for the first time since 2019...
Brydon, Mack & Mitchell: Town To Town will see an evening of chat, comedy, and general messing about with dates announced at the Victoria Theatre Halifax on Monday 16 May 2022, Tuesday 17 May 2022 and Wednesday 18 May 2022. The venue was the only venue on the tour announced in Yorkshire and the North of England!
Rob Brydon said: “I have so much to learn from these two older gentlemen, I can’t wait!”
Lee Mack said: “I can think of nothing better than being on the road with David and Rob. Well I can, but it feels inappropriate to bang on about it in a press release.”
David Mitchell added: “If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s to appreciate the simple, harmless pleasure of thinking up a quote for a press release.”
Tickets go on sale at 10am, Friday 5th November.
What the press said about Brydon, Mack & Mitchell: Town to Town in 2019…
“a self-propelling banter machine… It’s pub chat handled by professionals… And it’s utterly delightful” ★★★★
Dominic Maxwell, The Times
“Will historians look back on the autumn of 2019, consider the levels of acrimony surrounding Brexit, and wonder at the decisive role played by Brydon, Mack and Mitchell in helping to stave off the threat of civil war… provides welcome proof that the offhand-sounding quips that make the best TV comedy shows zing really can be concocted off the cuff… flying the flag for British humour’s enduring, unifying power. Sterling stuff” ★★★★ Dominic Cavendish, The Daily Telegraph
“Such is the natural chemistry and effortless wit and charm of the three protagonists that they could discuss different ways to peel a potato and still make it funny” ★★★★ Mark Wareham, The Mail on Sunday
What the press have said about Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell…
“We never tire of the banter…mercilessly mock each other with lightning-quick wit” Sara Wallis, The Mirror
“They make a perfect combination, a lovely threesome.” Sam Wollaston, The Guardian
“unmatched chemistry” Gabriel Tate, The Times