Using his three sons as source material, Bishop looks at his generation and that of his kids’. Comparing dating in his youth to today, he puzzles over Tinder and mourns the loss of mixtapes. His observational comedy appeals to both older and younger audiences and marks 10 years as a full-time comedian after years of working in pharmaceutical sales. Very much an everyman who never forgets he grew up on a council estate up North, Bishop has plenty to share about his awkward encounters with other celebrities.
Originally beginning in 2017, the tour runs through to March 2018. With most performances taking place for only one or two nights in any location, though there are three chances to see him at the London Palladium. The tour is scheduled to end on 30 March 2018 in his home town of Liverpool.
With some nights already sold out and limited availability in most other venues, don’t miss out on the chance to see this high-profile comedian who rarely tours! If you’re a fan of his television appearances and intergenerational stand-up, John Bishop’s Winging It should not be missed!
Recommended forAudiences who love stand-up comedy shouldn’t miss this opportunity to see the rarely-touring comedian.
Age Recommendations: Recommended 16+