Jimmy Carr Bristol performance rescheduled to January 2022

Jimmy Carr Bristol performance rescheduled to January 2022

Posted on: 26 May 2021

The renowned standup and TV host was initially due to arrive at the Bristol Hippodrome in August.


British comedian Jimmy Carr has announced a rescheduling of one of his 2021 Bristol live shows, now set to take the stage at the Bristol Hippodrome on 23 January 2022.


The performance will be Carr's second in the Westcountry in a matter of months, following a sold-out date at the same venue on 17 October 2021.


Tickets for the rescheduled show in January are still available in super-limited numbers - find out more and get yours here.



Known for his dark humour, quick-witted interactions with hecklers and, of course, that distinctive laugh, Jimmy Carr is undoubtedly one of the most successful British comedians of the 21st century.


Through a consistent run of well-received live shows as well as his work hosting and appearing on some of the nation's favourite TV shows, Carr has cemented himself among the greats of UK comedy in recent years.


From hosting hit shows 8 Out Of 10 Cats and The Big Fat Quiz of the Year to regular guest slots on A League of Their Own and Have I Got News for You, the London-born standup is never far from the spotlight.


Rescheduled from original 2020 dates due to the coronavirus pandemic, Jimmy Carr's Terribly Funny live tour contains "jokes about all kinds of terrible things", throwing caution to the wind and undoubtedly set to offend virtually everyone in attendance.


Carr certainly isn't known for holding back, and he'll be making his long-awaited return to Bristol first on Sunday 17 October 2021, then again on Sunday 23 January 2022.


All tickets purchased previously remain valid for rescheduled dates, with a limited number of tickets available for the January date. For more information, or to book your tickets, head to the Bristol Hippodrome website.

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Matt Robson


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Matt is a Journalism graduate and writer, passionate about supporting Bristol music, art and independent business. Get in touch via email at matt@365bristol.com.