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  • May
    28
    Tue 19:30
    St Georges Hall, Bradford - BradfordDanny Baker: Good Time Charlie's Back
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  • May
    31
    Fri 19:30
    Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre - StevenageDanny Baker: Good Time Charlie's Back
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  • Jun
    04
    Tue 19:30
    Victoria Hall - Stoke-On-TrentDanny Baker: Good Time Charlie's Back
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  • Jun
    03
    Mon 19:30
    The Auditorium, Liverpool - LiverpoolDanny Baker: Good Time Charlie's Back
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About Danny Baker

Following the extraordinary success of his Cradle to Grave tour, Danny Baker was being seduced by the applause of the public to repeat the thrills harvested during that "uproarious whirligig of joy" and undertake another such venture.

After much reflection he decided that he could not allow rampant narcissism to cloud his judgment. He said "one farewell tour" and meant "one farewell tour" – so there will be no more.

But he's pleased to announce that, to mark his momentous decision, he will be embarking on a nationwide, high-principled, peppy series of one-night stands calling at dozens of theatres around the country starting in May 2018.

These exhibitions will be startling, high kicking, fresh, eruptive and often under three hours long. On this, once again, you have his word. To help him mark the festivities he will joined on some nights by both Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan – two of the nicest dogs he's ever owned.

This will be almost certainly your last chance to see him. So now raise the curtain, pour the drinks, play the music – because here we go again...

"A delightful nostalgia fest. An 'evening with' like no other" ★★★★★ – Mail on Sunday

"A raft of cracking anecdotes" ★★★★★  – Mail on Sunday

"Boy can he sell a story... a compelling, evocative account of his south London roots" ★★★★– Evening Standard

Last updated: November, 2017