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25 - 27 Jan
The Everyman, Cheltenham
SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
O2 Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle
York Barbican, York
St George's Concert Hall, Bradford
Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre
St David's Hall, Cardiff
The Forum, Bath
Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Royal & Derngate, Northampton
Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent
Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Waterfront Hall, Belfast
Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield
Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth
De Montfort Hall, Leicester
G Live, Guildford
The Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Venue Cymru, Llandudno
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool
Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby
Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
Congress Theatre, Eastbourne
Concert Hall, Stevenage
King’s Lynn Corn Exchange, King’s Lynn
Shut the gate!
Kaleb Cooper, Chipping Norton’s finest celebrity farmer and Sunday Times bestselling author, who shot to fame starring in Prime Video series, Clarkson’s Farm, has decided to conquer his fear of the unknown and embark on his first ever theatre tour.
Kaleb has captured the hearts of viewers around the world with his often-frustrating quest to teach Jeremy Clarkson a thing or two about farming, as well as his extremely amusing comments on life, the universe and everything.
First and foremost a farmer, Kaleb is now learning something new himself and stepping outside of his beloved Chippy to treat audiences to a rip-roaring riot of a show.
Fans can expect Kaleb’s strong views on many things – including sheep (‘stupid’), Jeremy Clarkson (f***ing idiot’), goats (‘they’re a proper good clear-up animal – they eat everything – no wonder they taste horrible’), New York (‘if it’s like London where there are no tractors, that’s no good’), famous people, why farming is the best job in the world and, crucially, sartorial matters such as hairstyles – especially his own!
Despite his surprise status as a household name, Kaleb is still the same down to earth, hard-working farmer, with his feet firmly on the ground. He will give audiences the chance to participate in some rather interesting rural pastimes during the show, as well as highlighting some of the many challenges that British farmers face today and perhaps share how we can all help to make a difference and support them.
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO KALEB – KALEB GOES ON TOUR
With often-unwitting humour, deadpan delivery and unique observations, Kaleb is venturing to a town near you, to tell it like he sees it!
Directed by Tim Wallers