Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry to tour the UK in 2023 with West End stop

Grayson Perry will embark on a new UK tour in 2023 which includes a performance at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London’s West End.

Grayson Perry, white, male, heterosexual, able bodied, English, southerner, baby boomer and member of the establishment takes a mischievous look at the nature of identity in his new show that will make you laugh, shudder, and reassess who you really are. It’s one not to be missed!

Perry is an English contemporary artist, writer and broadcaster. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene and for dissecting British “prejudices, fashions and foibles”.

Grayson Perry: A show All About you questions what makes you, you? Is there a part deep inside of you that no one understands? Have you found your tribe or are you a unique human being? Or is it more complicated than that? In the last few decades a combination of individualism, the internet and the culture war has, for many of us, brought our feelings about our own and other people’s identity to the fore.

Grayson Perry said: “I can’t wait to head back out on the road next autumn with my brand-new show – which is all about you! I will be visiting almost every corner of the country in my biggest tour yet. Don’t be a stranger. See you there.”

Grayson Perry – A Show All About You will open at Basingstoke, Anvil on 15 September 2023 and tour the UK until November 2023, culminating in a performance at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London on 28 November 2023. Full tour dates are listed below.

The production is produced by FANE.

Grayson Perry – A Show All About You Tour Dates

15 September 2023
Basingstoke, Anvil

17 September 2023
Brighton, Dome

19 September 2023
Southend, Cliffs Pavilion

21 September 2023
Leicester, de Montfort Hall

22 September 2023
Birmingham, Symphony Hall

23 September 2023
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

25 September 2023
Milton Keynes Theatre

28 September 2023
Sheffield, City Halls

29 September 2023
Hull, Bonus Arena

30 September 2023
Halifax, Victoria Theatre

01 October 2023
Harrogate, HCC

06 October 2023
Liverpool, Royal Philharmonic

08 October 2023
Salford, the Lowry

11 October 2023
Bath, Forum

12 October 2023
Cardiff, St David’s Hall

24 October 2023
Aylesbury, Waterside

25 October 2023
New Theatre Oxford

28 October 2023
Guildford, G Live

02 November 2023
Lighthouse Poole

04 November 2023
Hall For Cornwall

07 November 2023
London, Palladium

09 November 2023
Newcastle, Tyne Theatre

10 November 2023
Perth, Concert Hall

11 November 2023
Edinburgh Usher Hall

12 November 2023
Aberdeen Music Hall

26 November 2023
Norwich, Theatre Royal

👤 📅16 November 2022
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