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Comedy royalty Harry Hill is bringing a brand-new live tour Harry Hill: New Bits & Greatest Hits to the Midlands in 2025.

The Badger Parade is back on! Join Harry on his Diamond Jubilee lap of honour as he celebrates 60 glorious years of fun, laughter and low-level disruption!

Marvel! as he offers new insights into the hot topics of the day such as the demise of the SCART lead, The Culture Wars, the differences between crabsticks and rhubarb and the origins of Tiramisu!

Guffaw with delight as Harry delves into his back catalogue using his patented ‘Old Bit Randomiser’ for old favourites like ‘Interspecies Tennis’, ‘The time I went up in the Space Shuttle' and ‘When Nan got her hair caught in the knitting’!

Cough Awkwardly! as Gary (Harry’s son from his first marriage) attempts to take over the business again. Tap your Feet! As Stouffer The Cat spits a little Steflon Don! Watch in Wonder! at the return of The Badger Parade with guest appearances from The Knitted Character and Abu Hamster. Plus one lucky audience member will get to join Harry  in a double act! It’s time to get on board the laughter train and join Harry as he whizzes up and down the country delighting audiences along the way.

Multiple award-winning comedian, presenter and author Harry Hill has been one of the UK’s most respected and inventive entertainers for nearly 30 years.

Starting with his own ingenious comedy series on BBC Two and Channel 4, he went on to create the hit, multi-BAFTA-winning ITV series Harry Hill’s TV Burp, which ran for 10 years. More recently he has created and starred in three series of ITV’s Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule, BBC Two’s Harry Hill’s World of TV, has been the longstanding voice of ITV’s You’ve Been Framed, and is the presenter of Channel 4’s Junior Bake Off.

Harry Hill brings New Bits & Greatest Hits to Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury on Saturday 22 March; Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry on Saturday 26 April; The Alexandra, Birmingham on Sunday 27 April; Festival Theatre, Malvern on Wednesday 7 May; and Wolverhampton Grand Theatre on Friday 16 May. Tickets go on sale this Friday 10 May at harryhill.co.uk

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