US comedian Henry Phillips makes UK debut supporting Doug Stanhope on his biggest-ever 37-date UK tour

Henry Phillips

"His arsenal of catchy tunes and deadpan delivery annihilates relationships, political correctness and pop culture."  Los Angeles Times

"Phillips has a sharp eye for absurdities and petty degradations" The New Yorker

American comedian Henry Phillips will make his UK debut supporting Doug Stanhope on his 37-date, longest ever UK tour.
Opening on Tuesday March 6 in Bolton, the tour will end with Doug’s return to HMV Hammersmith Apollo, where he played his biggest eversold-out gig in 2011.

Henry Phillips has been seen performing his twisted songs and stories on Comedy Central, ABC’s ’Jimmy Kimmel Live’ and NBC’s ’Late Friday’. 
He can also be heard regularly on morning and satellite radio, performing such songs as ’The Guitar Pill’ and ’She’s Talking Again’. 

His nationally released CDs, fusing mellow folk-rock ballads with psychopathic lyrics have earned him 
mention in Billboard magazine’s ’Critic’s Choice’, as well as acclaim from Moby, who refers to Phillips as "Disconcertingly Funny". 
His biographical comedy film, "Punching the Clown", received the Audience award at the 2009 Slamdance Film Festival.

Doug Stanhope has named his dog Henry Phillips.


Tickets available from Ticketmaster UK

Tuesday 6 March - BOLTON Albert Halls
Wednesday March 7 - AYLESBURY Waterside Theatre
Thursday March 8 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Journal Tyne Theatre
Friday March 9 - PETERBOROUGH Cressett Theatre
Saturday March 10 - TUNBRIDGE WELLS Assembly Hall Theatre
Sunday March 11 - YORK Grand Opera House
Tuesday March 13 - WOLVERHAMPTON Wulfrun
Wednesday March 14 - SUNDERLAND Empire
Thursday March 15 - SOUTHPORT Southport Theatre and Convention Centre
Friday March 16 - BRADFORD St George’s Hall
Saturday March 17 - CHESTERFIELD Winding Wheel
Sunday March 18 - SALFORD The Lowry
Tuesday March 20 - NOTTINGHAM Just The Tonic
Wednesday March 21 - STOKE ON TRENT Victoria Hall
Thursday March 22 - BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion Theatre
Friday March 23 - ST ALBANS St Albans Arena
Saturday March 24 - CANTERBURY Marlowe Theatre
Sunday March 25 - MILTON KEYNES Milton Keynes Theatre
Tuesday March 27 - EDINBURGH The Playhouse Theatre
Thursday March 29 - ABERDEEN The Music Hall
Friday March 30 - GLASGOW King’s Theatre
Saturday March 31 - INVERNESS Eden Court

Tuesday April 3 - LEEDS City Varities
Wednesday April 4 - LEICESTER Just The Tonic
Saturday April 7 - PORTSMOUTH Guildhall
Sunday April 8 - BRISTOL Hippodrome
Tuesday April 10 - CARDIFF St David’s Hall
Wednesday April 11 - DARTFORD Orchard Theatre
Thursday April 12 - SOUTHEND Cliff’s Pavilion
Friday April 13 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Saturday April 14 - CAMBRIDGE Cambridge Corn Exchange
Monday April 16  - LIVERPOOL Liverpool Philharmonic
Tuesday April 17 - LINCOLN Engine Shed
Wednesday April - 18 READING Concert Hall
Thursday April 19 - DORKING Dorking Halls
Saturday April 21 - LONDON HMV Hammersmith Apollo