The multi-award-winning No Such Thing As A Fish team are back on the road, with their first tour since 2019! Nerd Immunity is calling into Exeter as it takes in venues from Brighton to Belfast, Cardiff to Canterbury, and Inverness to Ipswich, with an international stopover in Dublin and a one-night-only performance at the London Palladium.
Every show will feature a live recording of a podcast episode plus a first half stuffed to the gills with facts, comedy, and two years’ worth of pent-up nerdery that wouldn’t have worked over Zoom.
Since NSTAAF began in 2014, it has racked up over 300 million downloads, toured the world, and spawned three bestselling books, two BBC TV series and one exclusive-to-vinyl recording.
A million times a week
The show by Dan, James, Andy and Anna – four of the researchers behind BBC2’s QI – is routinely in the top 10 podcast charts on iTunes and is downloaded a million times each week. This March the team raised over £175,000 for Comic Relief with a 20-hour marathon podcast featuring 35 guests, from British stars like Michael Palin and Carey Mulligan to international legends including Tim Minchin and Hannah Gadsby.
Out of the house
The NSTAAF team said: “We’re so glad to be not only getting out of the house but going all over the country, spreading the word of unbelievable facts wherever we go. Subject to government guidelines, there’s no stopping us.”
For tickets visit https://www.mickperrin.com/tours/nstaaf-nerd-immunity/
17 October 2021 Exeter Corn Exchange
18 October 2021 Barnstaple Queens Theatre
22 October 2021 Ipswich Regent Theatre
24 October 2021 Canterbury The Marlowe Theatre
26 October 2021 London Palladium
28 October 2021 Oxford New Theatre
29 October 2021 Poole Lighthouse Arts Hall
05 November 2021 Chesterfield Winding Wheel Theatre
06 November 2021 Manchester Opera House
07 November 2021 Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House
08 November 2021 York Grand Opera House
12 November 2021 Brighton Brighton Dome
14 November 2021 St Albans The Alban Arena
29 November 2021 Birmingham New Alexandra Theatre
13 January 2022 Inverness Eden Court
14 January 2022 Edinburgh Usher Hall
15 January 2022 Aberdeen Music Hall
21 January 2022 Bath The Forum
22 January 2022 Cardiff St Davids Hall
23 January 2022 Dublin Olympia Theatre
24 January 2022 Belfast Ulster Hall
top image: top image the NSTAAF Elves by Matt Crockett
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