Last updated on August 22nd, 2019 at 02:22 pm

Jim Jefferies UK Tour is Back - 'The Night Talker' Tour 2019

Often delivering a thought-provoking and controversial set and with over 20 years of stand up comedy under his belt, Jim Jefferies is back with a brand new UK tour this winter. In late 2019 Jim will be found at some of the biggest arenas across the UK performing his fresh offering titled ‘The Night Talker’.

This tour will be his largest yet, and for fans of the admired comedian, it will be the perfect opportunity to soak up some of his brutally honest and somewhat gutsy chat on current affairs and outlandish topics. The tour has 16 dates across the globe, with 5 in the UK covering London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle. You’ll have to grab tickets sharpish – Jim’s previous appearances have been a complete sell out and tickets go early!!

Just last year, Jim embarked on his 2018 tour entitled ‘The Unusual Punishment’ which sold out worldwide and earned him a almost cult-like following of fans. It wasn’t just the public that were impressed, critics raved about his unique style of comedy and he was voted as one of the top 5 touring comedians on the planet.


Not shy to give his opinion, Jim also has a popular weekly show on Comedy Central simply titled ‘The Jim Jefferies Show’ which is currently in its third season. The program sees the comedian travelling through various countries worldwide giving his thoughts on controversial news stories of the moment. In addition, for those of you who enjoy listening rather than watching, the adjoining podcast is an unfiltered and unapologetic chat show which features special guests for interviews. With comedy specials on Netflix, a starring role in the we’ll-respected TV show ‘Legit’ and an ever increasing fan base, Jim Jefferies is hot property in the comedy circle.

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