Comedian Rob Beckett is bringing his stand-up tour to Gloucestershire

Panel show powerhouse, chart-topping podcaster and all-round entertainer Rob Beckett is bringing his new stand-up tour to Cheltenham in 2025 — with tickets going on sale this week.

By Jake Chown  |  Published
Rob Beckett's Giraffe tour comes to Cheltenham Town Hall on Sunday 13 April 2025.

One of the UK's most popular comedians, Rob Beckett, promises to bring the laughs when his new stand-up show Giraffe comes to Cheltenham next year.

Rob — or 'Bobby Beckles' when he refers to himself — heads out on a 'big old' tour of the UK later this year which will bring him to Cheltenham Town Hall on Sunday 13 April 2025.

Presale tickets for the show are available from Wednesday 21 February 2024 through Rob's website, the town hall or Ticketmaster, with general tickets going on sale from Friday 23 February 2024.

Rob has been a mainstay on UK television and radio since bursting onto the comedy circuit 15 years ago, appearing regularly on panel shows like 8 Out of Ten Cats and A League of Their Own, starring in Sky's Rob and Romesh Vs and serving as narrator for Channel 4's Celebs Go Dating.

Known for his relatable and honest approach, he has also hosted Children in Need, Comic Relief and his very own BBC Radio 2 show, as well as co-hosting both The Royal Variety Performance in 2019 and BAFTA TV Awards in 2023 with his fellow comedian and best mate Romesh Ranganathan.

He is now also the star of his own chart-topping podcast, Parenting Hell, in which he and another comedy pal Josh Widdicombe interview famous guests about the challenges and chaos of their parenting journeys.

Speaking about his Giraffe tour, which will take him to all corners of the UK over 15 months, Rob said: ‘This is gonna be a big old tour. It’ll be tough being away from the family for a while.

'Don’t get me wrong I love my children/podcast content providers but I do also enjoy a lie in and a hotel buffet breakfast. So I’m sure I’ll cope. I expect to put on about three stone from takeaways and drinking after the shows.’

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