Specialising in spoken word tours that feature hosted conversation, acoustic music and chat, we’ll be on coming to a town near you soon.

Our current client roster includes Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited  founder John Lydon, writer, broadcaster, podcaster and funnyman Dom JolyStatus Quo lead singer Francis Rossi, Professor Benjamin Zephaniah and Only Fools and Horses star Boycie, aka actor John Challis, evergreen British rockers Thunder and fomer Home Secretary Alan Johnson and Shadow Home Secretary.

Our touring work is allied to our publishing division – giving artists the unique opportunity to release autobiographies while securing spoken word tours.

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Dom Joly

The creator of Trigger Happy TV and writer of such hit books as The Dark Tourist, Scary Monsters And Super Creeps and brilliant The Hezbollah Hiking Club is taking to the road for his first UK tour since 2011. He'll play 51 dates from February 2020 to April 2020, coming to a town or city near you. In Dom Joly's Holiday Snaps - Travel and Comedy In The Danger Zone, the funnyman will recall some of the scariest, strangest and most downright dangerous places he's visited. Expect fun, adventure and travel tales unlike any you've previously heard. Tickets go on general sale on September 20 2019 at 10am.


Feb 13 - Coventry, Albany Theatre

Feb 14 - Faversham, Aexander Centre

Feb 15 - Bromley, Churchill Theatre

Feb 16 - Ilfracombe, Landmark Theatre

Feb 18 - Telford, Oakengates Theatre

Feb 19 - Stamford, Corn Exchange

Feb 20 - Solihull, The Core

Feb 21 - Diss, Corn Hall

Feb 22 - Didcot, Cornerstone Arts Centre

Feb 23 - Leicester, The Y

Feb 25 - Durham, Gala Theatre

Feb 26 - Scarborough, Spa Theatre

Feb 27 - Ilkley, King's Hall

Feb 28 - Oswaldtwistle, Civic Centre

Feb 29 - Yarm, The Princess Alexandra Auditorium

Mar 2 - Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

Mar 3 - Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

Mar 4 - Dorchester, Arts Centre

Mar 5 - Watford, Colosseum

Mar 6 - Wellingborough, Castle Theatre

Mar 7 - Taunton, The Brewhouse

Mar 8 - Bristol, 1532

Mar 10 - Altrincham, The Garrick

Mar 11 - Sefton, The Atkinson

Mar 12 - Lancaster, Grand Theatre

Mar 13 - Workington, Carnegie Theatre

Mar 14 - Huddersfield, Lawrence Batley Theatre

Mar 15 - Tamworth, Assembly Rooms

Mar 17 - Penzance, The Acorn

Mar 18 - Torrington, Plough Arts

Mar 19 - Paignton, Palace Theatre

Mar 20 - Launceston, Town Hall

Mar 21 - Bridgwater, McMillan Theatre

Mar 22 - Exeter, Corn Exchange

Mar 24 - Chorley, Little Theatre

Mar 25 - Liverpool, Epstein Theatre

Mar 26 - Wiltshire, Music Centre

Mar 27 - Fleet, Harlington

Mar 28 - Bedford, Quarry Theatre

Mar 29 - Maidenhead, Norden Farm

Mar 31 - Monmouth, The Savoy Theatre

April 1 - Camarthen, Lyric Theatre

April 2 - Halifax, Square Chapel

April 3 - Glasgow, Eastwood Park

April 4 - Northallerton, Forum

April 5 - Crewe, Lyceum

April 7 - Colchester, Arts Centre

April 8 - Stourbridge, Town Hall

April 9 - Birmingham, Old Rep Theatre

April 10 - Dunstable, Grove Theatre

April 11 - Clacton, West Cliff Theatre

April 12 - Hastings, White Rock Theatre

May 27 - Cheltenham, Town Hall



Bernie Marsden, Whitesnake guitar legend

The rock and blues guitarist co-wrote some of Whitesnake’s biggest hits, including Fool For Your Loving and the million-selling charttopper Here I Go Again. He played on the band’s first five albums. Bernie is one of rock’s great raconteurs and tells an astonishing story in his autobiography: Where’s My Guitar. And he will tell tall tales about turning down Paul McCartney and encounters with Ringo Starr, Elton John, Cozy Powell, BB King and Jon Lord. He’ll be playing songs, answering fans’ questions and talking about the way he shaped the golden age of rock’n’roll. There’ll be a meet’n’greet with book signing at every show.

Tickets: £21



11 – Porthcawl, Grand Theatre -

12 – Bury St Edmunds, The Apex -

16 – Worcester, Huntingdon Hall -

17 – Lancaster, Grand Theatre -

18 – Coventry, Albany Theatre -

19 – Taunton, Brewhouse Theatre -

23 – Middlesborough, Theatre -

24 – Leeds, City Varieties -

25 – Stamford, Corn Exchange -

27 – Bilston, Robin 2 -

30 – Lichfield, Garrick Theatre -



1 – Kettering, Lighthouse -

2 – Fleet, Harlington -

3 – Wimborne, Tivoli -

4 – Chesterfield, Winding Wheel -

5 – Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn -

7 – Exeter, Corn Exchange -

8 – Ilfracombe, Landmark -

10 – Colwyn Bay, Theatr Colwyn -

11 – Stafford, Gatehouse - 


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John Challis

Enjoy an intimate evening with John Challis, one of the nation's greatest comedy actors, best known as Boycie in BBC1's Only Fools and Horses. In this one-off show the national treasure will reveal secrets from the set with stories and anecdotes from his dazzling career. Having worked with some of the biggest names in show business, he'll be spilling the beans about Only Fools and Horses co-stars like Sir David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst and friends and fellow performers like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Oliver Reed and George Best. He’ll also recall tales from his time in Dr Who, Coronation Street and other TV classics.

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Francis Rossi

Francis will share the extraordinary secrets of his 50-plus years in rock'n'roll when he takes to the stage for an intimate evening at theatres across the UK. The 'I Talk Too Much' tour, will feature Francis - joined by Mick Wall - sharing some of the best Rock 'n' Roll stories ever, accrued during an extraordinary life on the road. Expect laughter, revelations, tales involving some of the giants of music, exclusive video clips, snatches of classic tunes and a great night out. Rossi said: "This show is something new for me. It will be live and unscripted, so god knows what could happen! One thing's for sure though, it'll be a white-knuckle ride for me, but fans will get a real unvarnished insight into what’s happened over the years.  I'll be taking a guitar along to demonstrate how some of those Quo classics came into being, and hopefully we'll take a few questions from the audience too. It's been quite a journey, there's a lot to share."

Tickets are available from £30. V.I.P. tickets are available for some venues. VIP ticket holders will get seats in the front rows, a 10x8 photograph and an exclusive VIP lanyard. Super V.I.P. ticket holders will also get a meeting with Francis, where they can get a personal photograph and a piece of their own memorabilia signed.

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John Lydon

He’s a legend and an icon, a revolutionary and an immortal. John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten changed the face of music and sparked a cultural revolution... The frontman and lyricist of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Ltd (PiL) caused a political earthquake and transformed music for good. To coincide with the publication of his new book, the brilliant, funny and insightful 'I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right', he is touring the UK. Lydon will talk about how he sees life, along with his unique and extraordinary career, and take audience questions during a pyrotechnic, one-off tour. Lydon will be sharing his thoughts with audiences. He Could Be Wrong. He Could Be Right.

VIP meet & greet packages are available. Signed copies of the book will be available.

7.30pm - £30 standard.

VIP £45 - Includes exclusive VIP tour lanyard, plus limited edition art print by John Lydon.

Super VIP £75 - Includes VIP meet&greet from 6pm, photo/autograph opportunity, plus VIP tour lanyard and limited edition art print by John Lydon.

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Trevor Eve, star of Waking The Dead

Trevor Eve is one of Britain’s greatest actors. The two-time Olivier Award Winner became a household name as BBC TV detective Shoestring and has enjoyed an enormously successful stage, TV and film career. More recently, his role as Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd in BBC’s Waking The Dead led critics to call him the ‘most bankable TV actor in Britain’. Trevor’s debut novel, Lomita And Me, was published last year and in a rare stage appearance he will reflect on the critically-acclaimed noir thriller. Joined by his wife, the actress Sharon Maughan, he will also reflect on a glittering career that has included working with Sir Lawrence Olivier and performing for The Queen. Trevor will sign copies of Lomita For Ever and there will be readings, conversation and audience questions.

May 29 - Hertford, Theatre -

June 7 - Banbury, Mill Arts Centre -
June 8 - Malvern, Theatre -
June 28 - Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn -

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