Key’s biggest UK tour to date begins at Edinburgh Usher Hall on 7 September and ends on 24 September at the London SSE Arena Wembley.
It’s going to hurt; he sees that Adam Key shared entries from his unusually popular diaries as a junior doctor on stand-up and music evening. The live comedy show will also feature brand new stories from his upcoming book. Undecided: The story of a doctor who went out of his way..
As an award-winning live performer, Adam has sold numerous Edinburgh franchises, West End seasons and UK and international tours. His live tour of This is Going to Hurt was one of the most attended UK shows in recent years, with over 250,000 viewers, and the Guardian reported on Sunday by mail Described as “wonderful.” This adaptation of Going to Heart Key is now a BBC One television series.
On the new tour, Adam said: ‘It feels like my real 2022 natural breakthrough, from playing me on Ben Whisha’s television to performing at Wembley. 2023 is really about to start its game – maybe I’ll be made king or Jupiter will go. I can’t wait to see if it hurts. Get on the road more and make Britain subject to more hate stories. ”
Adam is an award-winning author and comedian. Her first book, Going to Hurt, is a literary thriller: the Sunday Times is a bestseller for over a year, selling over 2.5 million copies, making it the best-selling book of the 21st century. Vali is a non-fiction book of UK narrative. It is the best-selling non-fiction e-book ever and has been translated into 37 languages (and counting). Adam made This Going to Hurt a great comedy-drama series for the BBC and AMC.
ADAM KAY This is detrimental; more 2022 UK tour
Wednesday, September 7: Edinburgh Usher Hall
Thursday, September 8: Newcastle Utility Arena
Friday, September 9: Leeds’ first live field
Saturday, September 10: Birmingham Utility Arena
Sunday, September 11: Hill Bonus Arena
Thursday 15 September: Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
Friday, September 16: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Saturday, September 17: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Sunday, September 18: Glasgow OVO Hydro
Wednesday, September 21: Bournemouth Intel Center
Thursday, September 22: Brighton Center
Friday, September 23: Manchester AO Arena
Saturday, September 24: London SSE Arena Wembley