After a massive 150 date sell-out run over the last 18 months, due to huge popular demand Rob Beckett is extending his ‘Mouth Of The South’ tour through to April 2017 with dates across the UK and Ireland, including one night at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin on February 5th 2017. Tickets priced from€28.00 incl. booking fee  & restoration levy are on sale this Friday at 9am from

Beckett’s back with a show of funnies and he’s taking on the big issues like Kit Kats and talcum powder!

Rob’s cheeky chappy persona saw him winning fans and starring on numerous TV shows. Rob was recently announced alongside Aisling Bea as the new team captain for Channel 4’s popular topical comedy panel show ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, hosted by Jimmy Carr.  Each week Jimmy, Aisling and Rob will be joined by famous faces from the world of entertainment and showbiz, alongside plenty of exciting talent from the world of comedy, in a quest to uncover the nation’s most popular talking points. The brand new series launches on Tuesday 8th November, 10pm on More4.

Rob is the host of Dave’s podcast, The Magic Sponge, alongside Jimmy Bullard and Ian Smith, as well as host of Absolute Radio’s hit show, Rock n Roll Football.

Recent TV appearances include BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Would I Lie To You?, Room 101, Channel 4’s 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, BBC2’s Mock The Week, and ITV1’s Play To The Whistle. / @robbeckettcomic /  


Wednesday, 25th January                  Hayes, Beck Theatre

020 8561 8371,,uk


Thursday, 2nd February                      Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

01905 611 427,


Sunday, 5th February                         Dublin, Olympia

0818 719 330,


Tuesday, 7th February                        Westcliff-On-Sea, Palace Theatre

01702 351 135,


Wednesday, 8th February                   Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre

01892 539 613,


Tuesday, 14th February                     Bristol, Redgrave Theatre

0117 315 7800,


Wednesday, 15th February                Guilford, G Live

01483 369 350,


Wednesday, 22nd February                Lytham, St Annes, Lowther Pavilion

01253 794 221,


Monday, 27th February                      Brecon, Theatr Brycheinoig

01874 611 622,


Tuesday, 28th February                     Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

01743 281 281,


Saturday, 4th March                           St Albans, Alban Arena

01727 844 488,


Sunday, 5th March                             Clacton, West Cliff Theatre

01255 433 344,


Sunday, 12th March                           Peterborough, Key Theatre

01733 207 239,


Tuesday, 14th March                          Swindon, Wyvern Theatre

01793 524 481,


Wednesday, 15th March                     Bath, Komedia

0845 293 8480,


Tuesday, 21st March                          Bromley, Churchill Theatre

020 3285 6000,


Saturday, 25th March                          Hastings, White Rock Theatre

01424 462 288 ,


Tuesday, 28th March                          Ilkley, Kings Hall

01943 602 319,


Thursday, 30th March                        Newcastle, Tyne Theatre and Opera House

0844 2491 000,


Friday, 31st March                             Chesterfield, Pomegranate Theatre

01246 345 222,



Saturday, 1st April                              London, Eventim Apollo

0844 249 4300,


Saturday, 8th April                             Birmingham, Town Hall

Web – 0121 345 0600

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