TICKETS to see Ed Byrne in Worcester next year will go on sale this week - with people warned they may sell out quickly.

Ed Byrne's Tragedy Plus Time tour will come to Huntingdon Hall, in Crowngate Shopping Centre, on October 11, 2024.

Byrne returns to the city with his hit show having sold out in October this year.

During the show, Byrne puts to the test Twain’s formula Tragedy Plus Time by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.

British Comedy Guide called the tour the Best Reviewed Stand Up Show at Edinburgh 2023.

During his 20 years in comedy, Byrne has enjoyed huge critical and popular success in the UK and Ireland. 


He has performed hit tours, sold out many runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, had a successful two-week run in the West End and appeared on radio, television, the stage and the big screen.

Byrne is a familiar face on television having appeared as a regular panellist on shows like Mock the Week and Have I Got News For You as well as memorable appearances on the Graham Norton Show.

The comedian famously pops in pubs for a pint pre-show - in October choosing to visit The Firefly in Lowesmoor for a pint from Cheltenham's Deya Brewing Company.

As is now tradition, the comedian posted a selfie on social media detailing the pub and beer he had opted for.

Byrne also said the pub was playing music by the band Dinosaur Jr, which is relevant to those who have seen the current show Tragedy Plus Time.

Pre-sale tickets will first go to members only on Thursday, December 14.

The general sale then opens up on Friday, December 15.

People can become a member and gain early access to shows by signing up at or calling 01905 611427.

Byrne's appearance at Huntingdon Hall is one of several stops in Worcester made by top comedians including Chris McCausland bringing his show Yonks to the venue for two nights in  January.

There will also be a Bring Your Own Baby Comedy show on February 6, 2024 and a Comedy Club Christmas Special on Thursday, December 21.