Scottish Tour 2019
Frankie Boyle will be appearing at Caird Hall, Dundee on Wednesday 2 October, 2019 as part of his 2019 Scottish Tour.
Touring Scotland for the first time in over a decade, Frankie Boyle is back to offload his sense of mounting horror. This will be in the form of stand-up comedy, including some of the best bits from his recent Prometheus albums.
The shows will accompany Frankie’s upcoming BBC show Frankie Boyle’s Tour of Scotland, so there is a national theme that cannot be ignored. If you enjoy seeing Frankie Boyle do a stand-up show, and think you will enjoy him doing this in Scotland, then this is the show for you.
“I’m looking forward to touring Scotland properly for the first time in over a decade,” says Frankie. “In a lot of farther-flung places in Scotland people are guarded at first, but as soon as they get to know you they really hate you.”
Frankie Boyle is one of the UK’s premier comedians and writers. Known for his shows New World Order (BBC2), Tramadol Nights (Ch4), his best-selling DVDs, and the Netflix Special Hurt Like You’ve Never Been Loved, he has also penned three best-selling books. In 2018 Frankie wrote and presented the highly acclaimed documentary Frankie Goes to Russia for the BBC, before the Russian World Cup. He also regularly contributes articles for the broadsheet press, and has topped the podcast charts with the first three volumes of his eight-volume sequence The Promethiad.
Alongside the upcoming Scottish shows, Frankie will be filming Frankie Boyle’s Tour of Scotland for the BBC.
Tickets will be on sale Friday 09/08/2019 at 10am from www.dundeebox.co.uk