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Jack Dee, original host of Live At The Apollo, announces slew of Suffolk dates on new Small World tour





One of Britain’s top comedians will be visiting Suffolk at the end of this year as he embarks on a new tour.

Jack Dee, the original host of Live At The Apollo, has announced a slew of dates in the county for his Small World show.

Regarded for his dry humour and deadpan delivery, Dee will perform at The Apex, in Bury St Edmunds, on Thursday, November 28.

Jack Dee, the original host of Live At The Apollo, will visit Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft and Ipswich on his new Small World tour. Picture: Aemen Sukkar at Jiksaw
Jack Dee, the original host of Live At The Apollo, will visit Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft and Ipswich on his new Small World tour. Picture: Aemen Sukkar at Jiksaw

He will also visit Lowestoft and Ipswich in the new year, at the Marina Theatre on Wednesday, February 26 and the Regent Theatre on Thursday, February 27.

A regular on BBC Radio 4, Dee is the chairman of the ‘antidote to panel games’ I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue, often touring the country with a stage version of the show.

More recently, he has hosted a podcast alongside fellow comic Seann Walsh called Oh My Dog! where they interview famous faces, including Beverly Knight and Romesh Ranganathan, about their canine antics.

Dee has fronted two of his own sitcoms – Lead Balloon on BBC Two and Bad Move on ITV – both of which he co-wrote.

The Small World tour starts in November, at the Town Hall in Loughborough, and will finish a year later in Oxford.