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A second leg of dates have now been released for Chris McCausland’s brand-new stand-up tour Yonks! – which kicks off in January 2024.
This second leg of the tour will now wrap up with a humungous show at London’s Eventim Apollo on December 13th. This will be Chris’ biggest show to date and a great way to end a year of touring.
More dates will be added for 2025.
His last tour Speaky Blinder, was a mammoth 140+ date national sell-out, and Yonks! promises to be even bigger.
Chris McCausland’s Radio 4 comedy panel show You Heard It Hear First has been recommissioned for a second series.
Series one hit the airwaves in March and is now available for streaming on BBC Sounds.
Created and hosted by Chris McCausland, the show asks comedy guests to decipher audio clips to see if they can figure out what the hell is going on, where the hell it’s going on, and why the hell it’s being allowed to go on in the first place.
Series one consisted of four episodes, but due to it’s success, a further six have been commissioned for series two.
Recording will take place early in 2024 for broadcast around spring time. Free tickets will be available via the BBC’s free ticketing scheme.
Chris has already made appearances on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, but now he will be making his debut appearance on the original much more serious version for people who are actually good at the game.
Chris will be sat alongside Susie Dent in dictionary corner for a whole week of episodes that will be broadcast on Channel 4, from Monday September 18th.
Chris McCausland has just filmed the third series of David Mitchell’s hilarious outdoors survival show Outsiders, which will be hitting your screens via Dave and UKTV Play later this year.
Six days spent living out in the wilderness pretending that the world is ending, whilst carrying out every one of David’s utterly bizarre commands.
Fellow outsiders for the series were Judy Love, Alan Davies, Roisin Conaty, Guz Kahn, and Laura Smyth.
Chris McCausland has starred alongside Lee Mack and the rest of the gang for a special episode of Lee’s hilarious and long running sitcom Not Going Out – And it is now up for streaming on iPlayer.
Filmed in April 2023, the episode is set in the carriage of an old fashioned steam train and takes place in real time.
Chris also receives a writing credit for his contributions towards the concept and scripting of this episode.
Chris McCausland has just filmed a five episode run of Richard Osman’s House of Games, that was specially put together to contain no visual rounds whatsoever.
Tweaks were made to the format in order to accommodate Chris, and a special audio version of Answer Smash was also created to end each of the episodes.
Thanks and credit goes to Richard and the team at Remarkable for their efforts and desire in making this happen.
Coming soon to BBC Two!