ROB BECKETT: WALLOP Tour 2019-22 Comes To Hastings

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Rob Beckett is BACK! 

Before Covid, 130,000 people had bought tickets for his WALLOP! stand-up show. Now he’s back on the road to continue his nationwide tour, taking in a string of rescheduled dates up and down the country. It’s been a busy few years for the Mouth of the South – and he’s coming to see you to fill you in and make you laugh. WALLOP! He comes to Hastings on Wednesday, 8 June at the White Rock Theatre

Rob has also kept himself busy with the hugely popular, smash-hit podcast Parenting Hell, co-presented with Josh Widdicombe, which has had over 55 million downloads and will go on a live Arena tour in April 2023.  The Parenting Hell book will be released in October 2022.  The podcast sees the pair interviewing fellow parents on their successes (or most likely failures) at parenting. Guests have included Katherine Ryan, Jonathan Ross, Kerry Godliman, Peter Crouch, Judi Love and many more. 

Rob is currently starring in the fourth series of Sky’s BAFTA-nominated Rob And Romesh Vs, alongside best mate Romesh Ranganathan, as well as ITV’s Paul Sinha’s TV Showdown

And as if his performance talent isn’t enough, Rob has released his first book – A Class Act – which is his autobiographical account of being working class in the middle-class world of television and comedy.  At work he’s the Cockney geezer, but to his mates down the pub in south-east London, he’s the theatrical one – a media luvvy. But even his wife and kids are posher than him! The book, which is a funny, candid and often moving

account of what it feels like to be an outsider, is published by Harper Non-Fiction and the paperback is out soon.


Rob Beckett burst onto the comedy circuit 10 years ago and hasn’t looked back since. Besides being known as the unmistakable voice of Celebs Go Dating, he’s also been a team captain on Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 CatsIn 2019 Rob co-hosted The Royal Variety Performance with Romesh Ranganathan, the first time two fellow comedians had hosted the event together in over 30 years.


His cheeky persona has also seen him host Children in Need and Comic Relief. Other TV shows include multiple appearances on BBC One’s Live At The Apollo, Would I Lie To You?, The Graham Norton Show, All Round Mrs Brown’s, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Sky One’s A League of Their Own, Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats and Cats Does Countdown, BBC Two’s Mock The Week, ITV’s Play to The WhistleThe Jonathan Ross Show, ITV Two’s Celebrity Juice, and Dave’s Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier, Taskmaster, and Hypothetical

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“Lights up the stage with his magnetic personality (not to mention the dazzle from his teeth)”




Monday, 16 August Bromley Churchill Theatre
Tuesday, 17 August Bromley Churchill Theatre
Friday, 3 September Woking New Victoria Theatre
Saturday, 4 September Woking New Victoria Theatre
Sunday, 5 September Bromley Churchill Theatre
Monday, 6 September Bromley Churchill Theatre
Saturday, 25 September Portsmouth Kings Theatre
Friday, 1 October Sheffield  City Hall (Oval Hall)
Saturday, 2 October Halifax Victoria Theatre
Thursday, 7 October Leicester De Montfort Hall
Saturday, 9 October Exeter Northcott Theatre at The Great Hall
Sunday, 10 October (4pm) Bristol Hippodrome
Sunday, 10 October (8pm) Bristol Hippodrome
Sunday, 17 October Bromley (BOOK TALK SHOW) Churchill Theatre
Friday, 22 October Northampton Royal & Derngate
Saturday, 6 November High Wycombe Wycombe Swan
Sunday, 7 November Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
Friday, 19 November Oxford New Theatre
Sunday, 21 November Stockport Plaza
Friday, 14 January 2022 Norwich Theatre Royal
Wednesday, 26 January Kingston Rose Theatre
Thursday, 27 January York Barbican
Friday, 28 January York Barbican
Saturday, 29 January Scunthorpe The Baths Hall
Thursday, 3 February Dartford Orchard Theatre
Friday, 4 February Dartford Orchard Theatre
Saturday, 5 February Dartford Orchard Theatre (roll date)
Friday, 11 February Cheltenham Town Hall
Saturday, 12 February Lowestoft Marina Theatre
Saturday, 19 February Douglas Villa Marina
Friday, 4 March Middlesbrough Town Hall
Saturday, 5 March Grimsby Auditorium
Saturday, 12 March Margate Winter Gardens
Saturday, 19 March Milton Keynes Theatre
Thursday, 24 March Chester Storyhouse
Friday, 25 March Chester Storyhouse
Saturday, 23 April Eastbourne Congress Theatre
Saturday, 7 May Inverness Eden Court
Thursday, 12 May Swansea Swansea Arena
Wednesday, 18 May Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Thursday, 19 May Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Friday, 20 May  Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Saturday, 21 May  Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Friday, 27 May Blackpool Grand Theatre
Saturday, 28 May Blackpool Grand Theatre
Wednesday, 8 June Hastings White Rock Theatre
Thursday, 9 June Chatham Central Theatre
Sunday, 12 June Leeds Grand Theatre
Monday, 13 June Leeds Grand Theatre
Tuesday, 14 June Birmingham Hippodrome
Monday, 20 June Canterbury  Marlowe Theatre
Tuesday, 21 June Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Wednesday, 12 October Bromley Churchill Theatre
Wednesday, 2 November Aberdeen Music Hall
Tuesday, 8 November Carlisle The Sands Centre
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