Billy Connolly

Scottish stand-up comedian Billy Connolly will continue his acclaimed High Horse tour across more UK venues this November.

Groups going to watch the entertainer on his latest tour can expect a combination of funny anecdotes from his past, the retelling of other people’s stories, and Connolly’s typical jokes about Scotland.

Selected High Horse tour dates:

  • Birmingham Barclaycard Arena: 2nd November
  • Cardiff Motorpoint Arena: 5th and 6th November
  • Manchester Arena: 11th November
  • Sheffield Arena: 13th November
  • Newcastle City Hall: 15th and 16th November
  • Liverpool Echo Arena: 19th November
  • Brighton Centre: 22nd November
  • Peterborough Arena: 25th November
  • Bournemouth BIC: 28th and 29th November

GTOs should contact their chosen venue for information about group rates.

About Billy Connolly

Billy Connolly has been hailed as one of the UK’s most influential comedians, and was voted best comedian of all time by Channel 4. As well as stand-up comedy, Connolly has experience as an actor, musician, TV presenter and artist. 

After an apprenticeship as a welder in his hometown of Glasgow, he became a professional performer in 1962, forming The Humblebums band with Gerry Rafferty, before pursuing a solo career as a comedian.

Aside from starring in numerous films and TV series, Billy has toured worldwide continuously for the last 50 years, performing to an audience of over 10,000,000. 

His film credits include Gulliver’s Travels, The X-Files: I Want To Believe, Fido, Garfield 2, Lemony Snicket: A Sereis of Unfortunate Events, The Last Samurai and Timeline.

Most recently, he has appeared in Quartet; in the three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit; and will be seen in the upcoming What We Did On Our Holiday alongside David Tennant and Rosamund Pike.

He was awarded a CBE in 2003, was given the Freedom of the City of Glasgow in 2010, and was named Britain’s most influential stand-up comic in 2012.

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