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- 22/09/2021Wednesday 20:00Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall - Tunbridge WellsSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleFind ticketsTunbridge Wells Assembly Hall - Tunbridge Wells Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Sep 22 20:00Find ticketsTunbridge Wells Assembly Hall - Tunbridge Wells Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Sep 22 20:00
- 23/09/2021Find ticketsMercury Theatre - Colchester Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Sep 23 20:00Thursday 20:00Mercury Theatre - ColchesterSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 24/09/2021Find ticketsRoyal and Derngate - Northampton Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Sep 24 20:00Friday 20:00Royal and Derngate - NorthamptonSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 25/09/2021Find ticketsGrand Opera House, York - York Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Sep 25 20:00Saturday 20:00Grand Opera House, York - YorkSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleLimited Availability
- 01/10/2021Find ticketsLeeds Town Hall - Leeds Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 01 20:00Friday 20:00Leeds Town Hall - LeedsSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleLow Availability
- 02/10/2021Find ticketsTyne Theatre - Newcastle Upon Tyne Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 02 20:00Saturday 20:00Tyne Theatre - Newcastle Upon TyneSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 05/10/2021Find ticketsThe Queens Theatre - Barnstaple Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 05 20:00Tuesday 20:00The Queens Theatre - BarnstapleSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 06/10/2021Find ticketsExeter Corn Exchange - EXETER Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 06 20:00Wednesday 20:00Exeter Corn Exchange - EXETERSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 07/10/2021Find ticketsBath Komedia - Bath Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 07 20:00Thursday 20:00Bath Komedia - BathSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleLow Availability
- 08/10/2021Find ticketsRoyal Spa Centre - Leamington Spa Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 08 19:30Friday 19:30Royal Spa Centre - Leamington SpaSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 15/10/2021Find ticketsBrighton Dome - Brighton Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 15 20:00Friday 20:00Brighton Dome - BrightonSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 17/10/2021Find ticketsEveryman Theatre - Cheltenham Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 17 20:00Sunday 20:00Everyman Theatre - CheltenhamSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 18/10/2021Find ticketsNottingham Playhouse - Nottingham Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 18 20:00Monday 20:00Nottingham Playhouse - NottinghamSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 20/10/2021Find ticketsCorn Exchange Ipswich - Ipswich Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 20 20:00Wednesday 20:00Corn Exchange Ipswich - IpswichSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 21/10/2021Find ticketsPalace Theatre, Southend - Southend-On-Sea Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 21 20:00Thursday 20:00Palace Theatre, Southend - Southend-On-SeaSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 22/10/2021Find ticketsAlexandra Palace Theatre - London Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 22 20:00Friday 20:00Alexandra Palace Theatre - LondonSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleLimited Availability
- 23/10/2021Find ticketsAlexandra Palace Theatre - London Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 23 20:00Saturday 20:00Alexandra Palace Theatre - LondonSimon Amstell - Spirit HoleLimited Availability
- 27/10/2021Find ticketsLoughborough Town Hall - Loughborough Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 27 20:00Wednesday 20:00Loughborough Town Hall - LoughboroughSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
- 29/10/2021Find ticketsTown Hall Birmingham - Birmingham Simon Amstell - Spirit Hole Oct 29 20:00Friday 20:00Town Hall Birmingham - BirminghamSimon Amstell - Spirit Hole
Stand-up comedian, writer, director and erstwhile Popworld presenter
Born in Essex in 1979, Simon Amstell claims he had been planning for a career in television since he was 13. A series of appearances as a contestant on various shows paved the way for his proper debut on Nickelodeon aged 18. Amstell moved onto Popworld, which he hosted alongside Miquita Oliver.
His stint on the show considerably raised his profile, especially his talent for alienating interviewees, whether offering Gwen Stefani a block of cheese, shouting questions at Lemar (from afar) via a megaphone, interviewing the “too beautiful” Natalie Imbruglia with a paper bag over his head, or demanding to know the longest word on Craig David’s new album.
When original host Mark Lamarr stepped down from music panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks, it seemed sheer serendipity that Amstell would take over. It offered him ample opportunities to continue to upset musicians, most notably Preston from The Ordinary Boys, who stormed off mid-episode after Amstell repeatedly read from his wife's autobiography.
Following his time on Buzzcocks, Amstell delved deeper into his own life experiences, particularly growing up gay in a Jewish family, to fuel his personal projects. The sitcom Grandma’s House, which ran for two seasons, was based on his own family, while his stand-up shows often took the form of incredibly funny and startlingly honest explorations of his mental health.
Following a run of several incredibly successful tours of the UK and the US, Amstell returned to TV with Carnage, a mockumentary set in a future where mankind has become vegan and reflects with horror on its meat-eating past.
In 2018, Amstell wrote and directed the film Benjamin, starring Colin Morgan as a film director riddled with anxiety about his career and love life. The film opened at the London Film Festival and went on to receive enthusiastic reviews from The Guardian, The Times and Variety. Amstell followed Benjamin with his hour-long Netflix stand-up special Set Free, released on the streaming platform in August 2019.
In April 2021, Amstell announced a new UK tour, Spirit Hole, described as “a blissful, spiritual, sensational exploration of love, sex, shame, mushrooms and more.” The tour was set for a September 2021 bow in Margate, running all the way up to a grand finale in the London Palladium in November 2021.
Simon Amstell has announced a UK tour for September, October and November 2021.
Simon has announced tour dates in the following UK locations:
- Bexhill on Sea
- Tunbridge Wells
- Salford Quays
Presale for Simon Amstell's Spirit Hole 2021 tour opens at 10:00 on 14 April 2021. General sale starts at 10:00 on 15 April 2021.