Katherine Ryan announces extra dates on her huge UK and Ireland tour

Katherine Ryan has announced extra dates on her UK and Ireland tour – and this is how to get tickets.

Following a huge demand the comedian has confirmed 17 new dates as part of the Battleaxe Tour for 2025.

Fans can get their hands on tickets for Katherine Ryan’s newly announced tour dates from 10am on 14 June via Ticketmaster.

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The newly added leg of the tour will begin in Reading on 29 May and head to the likes of Guildford, Milton Keynes, Bristol, Cornwall and Middlesbrough.

Other dates include Sunderland, Exeter, Lincoln and Cambridge with a final date on 28 June in Cork.

It follows up the previously announced shows, which begin on 5 September and include three nights at the London Palladium.

She will also play a number of theatre venues on the tour, including Swansea Arena and Birmingham’s Utilita Arena, marking some of her biggest shows to date.

Alongside her standup, Ryan is also the star of the series Parental Guidance as well as Comedy Central’s Out of Order with Rosie Jones and Judi Love.

Ahead of Katherine Ryan tickets going on sale for her Battleaxe Tour, you can check out the full schedule below.

How to get tickets

Tickets for the newly announced shows go on general sale from 10am on 14 June via Ticketmaster.

An O2 priority sale takes place from 10am on 12 June. This is available to those with the O2 priority app, just log in or sign up and choose your preferred date to secure presale tickets.

For tickets to other shows on the tour, you can also check Ticketmaster, where there’s currently limited availability across the run.

Katherine Ryan tour dates

5 September – Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre

12 September – Leeds Grand Theatre

19 September – Wrexham, William Aston Hall

22 September – New Theatre Oxford

26 September – Warrington, Pyramid & Parr Hall

27 September – Bradford, St George’s Hall

28 September – Stoke-on-Trent, Victoria Hall

5 October – Bournemouth Pavilion

10 October – Ipswich, Regent Theatre

11 October – York Barbican

12 October – Cork Opera House

1 November – Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

2 November – Swansea Arena

7 November – Dorking Halls

8 November – Woking, New Victoria Theatre

9 November – Reading, Hexagon

15 November – Bexhill-on-Sea, De La Warr Pavilion

16 November – Bristol Beacon

17 November – The Great Hall, Exeter

21 November – St. Albans, The Alban Arena

22 November – Southend-on-Sea, Cliffs Pavilion

23 November – O2 Guildhall Southampton

24 November – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre

27 November – Cambridge Corn Exchange

28 November – Portsmouth Guildhall

29 November – Torquay, Princess Theatre

30 November – Bristol Beacon

31 January – Coventry, Warwick Arts Centre

1 February – Stockport Plaza

2 February – Liverpool Empire Theatre

6 February – Leicester, De Montfort Hall

7 February – Worthing, Assembly Hall

8 February – Wolverhampton, The Civic at The Halls

9 February – Cardiff, New Theatre

20 February – Doncaster, The Dome

21 February – Nottingham, Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall

22 February – Sheffield City Hall and Memorial Hall

27 February – Colchester, Charter Hall

28 February – Brighton Centre

1 March – Plymouth Pavilions

6-8 March – London Palladium

14 March – Northampton, Royal & Derngate Theatre

15 March – O2 Apollo Manchester

19 March – Aberdeen Music Hall

20 March – Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre

21 March – Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC)

22 March – Newcastle upon Tyne, O2 City Hall Newcastle

23 March – Blackpool, Grand Theatre

27 March – Limerick City, University Concert Hall

28 March – Galway, LEISURELAND

29 March – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre

30 March – Belfast, Waterfront Hall

3 April – Stockton-on-Tees, Stockton Globe

4 April – Llandudno, Venue Cymru

8 May – Guildford, G Live

9 May – Glasgow, SEC

10 May – Utilita Arena Birmingham

29 May – Reading Hexagon Theatre

30 May – Guildford G Live Guildford

31 May – Milton Keynes Theatre

1 June – Basingstoke The Anvil

5 June – Exeter The Great Hall

6 June – Truro Hall for Cornwall

7 June – Bristol Beacon

8 June – Southend-On-Sea Southend Cliffs Pavilion

12 June – Grimsby Auditorium

13 June – Middlesbrough Town Hall

14 June – Sunderland Empire

15 June – Lincoln Engine Shed

19 June – Hastings White Rock Theatre

20 June – Eastbourne Congress Theatre

21 June – Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre

27 June – Cambridge Corn Exchange

28 June – Cork, Cork Opera House

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