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KEVIN BRIDGES’ 2022/23 TOUR THE OVERDUE CATCH-UP ON SALE NOW

Due to phenomenal demand, further dates have been added to the Kevin Bridges The Overdue Catch-Up tour, and are available on general sale now. This includes a further three nights at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow and two extra nights at the Eventim Apollo for March 2023. This brings a grand total of thirteen nights now on sale for the OVO Hydro in Glasgow.

Tickets are available on our website here or from Ticketmaster here.

Kevin returns with his hotly-anticipated new show. The Overdue Catch-Up welcomes audiences into the mind of one of the sharpest comedy talents the UK has to offer. With a career spanning 18 years Kevin Bridges already has the life experience of a man twice his age, helping him to hit the nail on the head with his shrewd outlook on the modern world.

Bridges has previously broken box office records with his last two tours, Brand New
(2018) and A Whole Different Story (2015), going on to win awards from Ticketmaster and Ents24 for Fastest Selling Ticket of the Year. He was also crowned by Ticketmaster fans as UK’s Ticket of the Year in 2018.

Kevin’s last two tours have accumulated just under a million tickets sold across the
world including a record 35 sold-out shows at Glasgow’s iconic Hydro, establishing him as the artist that has sold more shows than anybody else at that venue.

Don’t miss the chance to catch one of the most astute observational comedians at the top of his game.

2022 DATES

14 Jul 2022 – Liverpool – Empire
15 Jul 2022 – Liverpool – Empire
16 Jul 2022 – Liverpool – Empire
21 Jul 2022 – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
22 Jul 2022 – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
23 Jul 2022 – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
24 Jul 2022 – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
5 Aug 2022 – Plymouth – Pavilions
6 Aug 2022 – Plymouth – Pavilions
13 Aug 2022 – Hull – Bonus Arena
19 Aug 2022 – Sheffield – City Hall
20 Aug 2022 – Sheffield – City Hall
26 Aug 2022 – Blackburn – King George’s Hall
27 Aug 2022 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
28 Aug 2022 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
2 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
3 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
8 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
9 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
10 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
11 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
15 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
16 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
17 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
22 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
23 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
24 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
25 Sep 2022 – Glasgow – Ovo Hydro
30 Sep 2022 – Aberdeen – P&J Live
1 Oct 2022 – Aberdeen – P&J Live
6 Oct 2022 – Brighton – Dome
7 Oct 2022 – Brighton – Dome
8 Oct 2022 – Brighton – Dome
14 Oct 2022 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
15 Oct 2022 – Swansea – Arena
20 Oct 2022 – Belfast – SSE Arena
21 Oct 2022 – Belfast – SSE Arena
22 Oct 2022 – Belfast – SSE Arena
23 Oct 2022 – Belfast – SSE Arena
26 Oct 2022 – Birmingham – Utilita Arena
27 Oct 2022 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
28 Oct 2022 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
29 Oct 2022 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
4 Nov 2022 – Dublin – 3Arena
5 Nov 2022 – Dublin – 3Arena
29 Nov 2022 – London – Eventim Apollo
30 Nov 2022 – London – Eventim Apollo
1 Dec 2022 – London – Eventim Apollo
2 Dec 2022 – London – Eventim Apollo

2023 DATES

3 Mar 2023 – London – Eventim Apollo
4 Mar 2023 – London – Eventim Apollo