Jack Whitehall coming to Cambridge with his new tour Settle Down
Comedian, actor and writer Jack Whitehall has announced extra dates for his UK tour of new live show, Jack Whitehall: Settle Down – and one of them is Cambridge. Tickets go on sale this Friday (April 28).
Following three sell-out arena tours, Jack is eager to get back on the road doing what he does best. His biggest stand-up tour to date, Jack Whitehall: Stood Up, sold out arenas across the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia and was the UK's largest comedy tour of 2019.
He also sold out venues across the UK on two earlier tours: Jack Whitehall Gets Around (2014) and Jack Whitehall: At Large (2017), which was also filmed for Netflix.
Jack said of Settle Down: “This is my most personal show yet, with plenty of material about the big changes that have happened in my life.
“It’s about my struggle to settle down gracefully. I’ve got a long-term partner, a ridiculous dog and am now hurtling towards middle aged without a clue. It’s about a foppish man-child’s cack-handed attempt at adulting!”
Jack Whitehall most recently starred alongside Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Disney’s Jungle Cruise, and in Clifford the Big Red Dog for Paramount. Both films are currently in development for sequels.
He will next star alongside Shailene Woodley in Robots, an independent romantic comedy directed by Academy Award nominee Ant Hines.
He has also just finished filming the second series of the Apple TV+ hit comedy series The Afterparty opposite Tiffany Haddish, Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson, which will be released in 2023.
On television, Jack is widely known for his hit Netflix show Travels With My Father. He has also starred in Good Omens opposite Jon Hamm and Michael Sheen for Amazon and Bounty Hunters opposite Rosie Perez for Sky Television. Other TV credits include Decline & Fall (BBC), Fresh Meat (C4) and Bad Education (BBC).
As a presenter, Jack hosted the BRIT Awards for four years (2018-21) and several other award ceremonies including the GQ Men of the Year Awards (2020), the BAFTA Britannia Awards (2015, 2017-18) and the British Fashion Awards (2014-17). He became the youngest ever host of the Royal Variety Performance in 2015.
Jack began his career at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2007, where he won both the Charlie Hartill Special Reserve Competition and the Amused Moose Laugh Off. A string of further awards followed, including the British Comedy Awards’ King Of Comedy, as voted for by the public, three years in a row.