Jack Whitehall: How to get tickets to comedian's Settle Down tour
The comic has called it his 'most personal' tour
Jack Whitehall is heading back on the road later this year.
Hitting most of the UK's major cities, Whitehall is embarking on the Settle Down tour which he says features his "most personal" material to date.
In a statement, announcing the tour, Whitehall said: "It's about my struggle to settle down gracefully. I've got a long-term partner, a ridiculous dog and am now hurtling towards middle aged without a clue. It's about a foppish man-child's cack-handed attempt at adulting!"
While Settle Down will be Whitehall's sixth stand-up tour, in recent years he has been more focussed on film and TV projects.
He starred in Jungle Cruise alongside Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, presented a number of shows such as Live Italian, Jack Whitehall's Sporting Nation and Got, Got, Need as well appearing in a Bad Education reunion.
Settle Down will be his first full comedy tour since 2019's Stood Up and will feature many dates visiting cities such as Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield.
Whitehall will also be performing in locations such as Basingstoke, Plymouth and Northampton.
The tour kicks off on 3 May in Milton Keynes and runs until mid-July where Whitehall will finish with three show at London's O2 Arena.
Where is Jack Whitehall touring?
Below is every date Whitehall has announced so far for his Settle Down tour.
3 May 2023 – Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
23 May 2023 – Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth
24 May 2023 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
27 May 2023, 3pm– Swansea Arena, Swansea
27 May 2023, 7:30pm – Swansea Arena, Swansea
31 May 2023 – Derngate , Northampton
2 June 2023 – Theatre Royal, Norwich
3 June 2023 – Bonus Arena, Hull
5 June 2023 – Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
6 June 2023 – Anvil, Basingtoke
7 June 2023 – Bath Forum, Bath
8 June 2023 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
13 June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
14 June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
15 June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
16 June 2023 – International Centre, Bournemouth
17 June 2023 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
18 June 2023 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
19 June 2023 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
20 June 2023 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
21 June 2023 – AO Arena, Manchester
22 June 2023 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
23 June 2023 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle upon Tyne
24 June 2023 – AO Arena, Manchester
25 June 2023 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
4 July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
5 July 2023 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
7 July 2023 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
8 July 2023 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
9 July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
10 July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
14 July 2023 – The O2, London
15 July 2023 – The O2, London
16 July 2023 – The O2, London
How much do Jack Whitehall tickets cost?
Tickets for Whitehall's tour range between £30 and £50 depending on seats and venue. There are still plenty of tickets left at most venues, but they can go up to £166 for more expensive places such as the O2 Arena in London.
How can I get Jack Whitehall tickets?
Tickets can be bought through Ticketmaster or ATG, as well as via the venues or by visiting Jack Whitehall's website directly.