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Geoff Norcott


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The right-wing funnyman with a sharp take on politics

After getting an English degree from the University of London, Geoff Norcott became a teacher. He first stepped on stage as a stand-up in 2001 to earn extra money and was quickly hooked. A self-proclaimed conservative comic, he often incorporates elements from his time as an educator into his material.

Over the years, Norcott brought many successful shows to the Edinburgh Fringe, including 2013’s Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells Out, 2015’s The Look Of Moron and 2016’s Conswervative, which he later took on his first national tour. He turned his 2017 show, Right Leaning But Well Meaning, into a Radio 4 special and scored a BBC Radio & Music Award for Best Comedy Production. Two more sell-out national tours followed – Traditionalism in 2018 and Taking Liberties in 2020.

The Times have said Norcott “sets himself apart from the liberal commentariat with a sharp self-knowing wit”.

Along with stand-up, Norcott also has an impressive list of TV credits to his name. While he’s best known for his role as a correspondent on The Mash Report, he’s also appeared on Mock The WeekLive At The Apollo, The Last Leg, Would I Lie To You? and 8 Out Of 10 Cats. Plus, Norcott can regularly be seen as a pundit on Question Time, Politics Live and All Out Politics and he’s written numerous pieces for The Daily Telegraph and The New Statesman.

In February 2019, Norcott launched a podcast entitled What Most People Think, and the funnyman is set to release his first book, the memoir Where Did I Go Right? How The Left Lost Me, in May 2021.

Norcott announced his fourth national tour for 2021. Titled I Blame The Parents, he confirmed the show will dial down politics a notch (but not completely) while he shares his unique take on personal responsibility and parenting. In February 2021, Norcott announced that the tour was being rescheduled to July – November 2021. A new set of dates was added to the tour for March, April and May 2022.


Geoff Norcott has announced a UK tour called I Blame The Parents running from October 2021 to May 2022.

Geoff Norcott is taking his brand new show I Blame The Parents to UK venues in the following cities in 2021:

  • Guildford
  • London
  • Reading South
  • Leicester
  • Verwood
  • Lyme Regis
  • Birmingham
  • Maidenhead
  • Milton Keynes
  • Leeds

Geoff Norcott will play the following UK dates in 2022:

2 Feb 2022 – The Hawth Theatre, Crawley
3 Feb 2022 – The Quay, Sudbury
4 Feb 2022 – Second Space, Aylesbury
5 Feb 2022 – The Old Market, Brighton
6 Feb 2022 – Glee Club, Cardiff
10 Feb 2022 – The Leadmill, Sheffield
11 Feb 2022 – The Grange Theatre, Northwich
25 Feb 2022 – Margate Theatre Royal, Margate
26 Feb 2022 – The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich
27 Feb 2022 – Theatre Royal, Winchester
4 Mar 2022 – Old Fire Station, Carlisle
5 Mar 2022 – The Stand Comedy Club, Newcastle
9 Mar 2022 – Castle Theatre, Wellingborough
10 Mar 2022 – Komedia, Bath
11 Mar 2022 – Taunton Brewhouse, Taunton
12 Mar 2022 – Quad Theatre, Plymouth
19 Mar 2022 – The Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
26 Mar 2022 – Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Lincoln
27 Mar 2022 – Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
31 Mar 2022 – Bilston Town Hall, Wolverhampton
1 Apr 2022 – Connaught Theatre, Worthing
2 Apr 2022 – New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
7 Apr 2022 – Corn Exchange, Melrose
8 Apr 2022 – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
9 Apr 2022 – Oran Mor, Glasgow
29 Apr 2022 – Palace Theatre, Southend, Southend on Cliffs
1 May 2022 – Hazlitt Arts Centre (Hazlitt Theatre), Maidstone
6 May 2022 – Arts Centre, Swindon
7 May 2022 – Ipswich Corn Exchange, Ipswich

In his new show I Blame The Parents, Geoff Norcott takes a look at personal responsibility and the age of victimhood. While wondering where things went wrong, he theorises that it has to be the parents! While sifting through his own childhood memories growing up on a south London council estate, he’ll examine his own parents – his trade union dad obsessed with stocks and his closet chauvinist mum who was always a bit too frank on the subject of sex. With a son of his own now, Norcott wants to get it right and produce a balanced human being.

Tickets for Geoff Norcott's 2022 dates go on sale at 10:00 on 8 October 2021. Tickets for Geoff Norcott’s tour dates in 2021 are on sale now.