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- Sep 01Sep01Find ticketsWed 20:00Wycombe Swan Theatre - High WycombeJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 02Sep02Find ticketsThu 20:00Grimsby Auditorium - GrimsbyJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 03Sep03Find ticketsFri 20:00Middlesbrough Town Hall - MiddlesbroughJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 05Sep05Find ticketsSun 20:00Pyramid and Parr Hall - WarringtonJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 06Sep06Find ticketsMon 20:00Regent Theatre - Stoke-On-TrentJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 08Sep08Find ticketsWed 20:00Cheltenham Town Hall - CheltenhamJohn Bishop - Warm Up
- Sep 09Sep09Find ticketsThu 20:00Swansea Grand Theatre - SwanseaJohn Bishop - Warm Up
- Sep 11Sep11Find ticketsSat 20:00Venue Cymru Theatre - LlandudnoJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 14Sep14Find ticketsTue 20:00Baths Hall - ScunthorpeJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 15Sep15Find ticketsWed 20:00Baths Hall - ScunthorpeJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 16Sep16Find ticketsThu 20:00St Georges Hall, Bradford - BradfordJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 17Sep17Find ticketsFri 20:00Bridlington Spa Centre - BridlingtonJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 18Sep18Find ticketsSat 20:00Victoria Theatre - HalifaxJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 21Sep21Find ticketsTue 20:00New Theatre Peterborough - PeterboroughJohn Bishop: Right Here, Right Now
- Sep 22Sep22Find ticketsWed 20:00New Theatre Peterborough - PeterboroughJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 23Sep23Find ticketsThu 20:00De Montfort Hall - LeicesterJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 24Sep24Find ticketsFri 20:00Bedford Corn Exchange - BedfordJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 25Sep25Find ticketsSat 20:00De La Warr Pavilion - Bexhill on SeaJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 26Sep26Find ticketsSun 20:00Milton Keynes Theatre - Milton KeynesJohn Bishop: Warm Up
- Sep 27Sep27Find ticketsMon 20:00New Theatre Oxford - OxfordJohn Bishop: Warm Up
Warm up shows coming in 2021
Comedian, TV presenter and actor John Bishop took a less travelled route into show business. Born and raised in Liverpool, the younger Bishop was a semi-professional footballer for Southport and Hyde United, following in the footsteps of older brother Eddie, who played professionally for Tranmere Rovers, Chester City and Crewe Alexandria.
Off the pitch, John Bishop worked as a sales rep for a pharmaceutical company for 16 years, finally giving up the job in 2006 when his comedy career properly took off. Following his debut as a stand-up in 2000, Bishop quickly started to get noticed. In 2001, he was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards, The Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards and So You Think You’re Funny, winning the North West Comedian of The Year Award. The following year he won best newcomer from BBC Radio Merseyside.
Bishop continued on a steep uphill trajectory, but 2009 was to be his year. Not only was he nominated for an Edinburgh Comedy Award for his show Elvis Has Left The Building, he also appeared on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Live At The Apollo, Celebrity Mastermind, Channel 4’s Comedy Showcase and BBC Three series Lunch Monkeys. Bishop also appeared in a supporting role in E4’s Skins.
This momentum carried through into an equally successful 2010, notably appearing in Ken Loach’s film Route Irish and on the panel shows Would I Lie To You, QI, A League Of Their Own and as both host and guest on Have I Got News For You?.
His 2011 tour Sunshine was followed by a DVD recorded live at the Liverpool Echo Arena. That same year, he hosted a BBC series John Bishop’s Britain and found himself in the coveted spot at the top of the leaderboard on Top Gear’s “Star in a Reasonably Priced Car”. He was on the road again in 2012 with his Rollercoaster tour.
An autobiography arrived in 2013, followed by a slot hosting the Royal Variety Performance. After another spell on the road in 2014, Bishop was given his own BBC variety show, The John Bishop Show, which featured guests such as Leona Lewis, Paul Weller and Jessie Ware.
In between tours, Bishop has continued to be a regular on the small screen, hosting four seasons of his intimate chat show John Bishop: In Conversation With… as well as Amazon Prime’s football programme Back Of The Net, alongside ex-footballer Peter Crouch and presenter Gabby Logan. He also went on a road trip around Ireland in 2019 for his ITV series John Bishop’s Ireland.
In 2020, Bishop announced a series of warm-up shows previewing new material. These shows were rescheduled to September 2021. He also announced his eighth stand up show, Right Here Right Now, touring across the UK in 2021 and 2022.
John Bishop has announced a warm-up tour for September 2021, and his eight stand up show Right Here Right Now in 2021 and 2022.
John Bishop will be playing in the following locations on his warm-up tour?
• High Wycombe
• Bexhill on Sea
• Milton Keynes
John Bishop was born in Liverpool and grew up in Cheshire.