Comedian, actor, author, and TV personality Joe Pasquale, who has been showing off onstage for more than forty years,  returns to the live arena thisyear with his longest comedy trek ever with The New Normal – 40 Years of Cack – Continued!  Having impaled himself on the antlers of a prop Moose during his tour last year, one might have thought that Joe would be looking for a quieter life – but no, the much-loved comediancontinues to ‘live on the edge’ and will be entertaining audiences across the UK from 19 April – 23 November 2024.

If, like many,  you have ever asked questions such as –  can a vegetarian get a job as a Beefeater?  If beauty is relative, why are all my relatives ugly?  If an Eskimo has a house-warming party, will his igloo melt?  Why is it that dead people get to ride in such posh cars?  If a nudist spilt beetroot soup in his lap, would he have a stain on his character?  And why don’t chicken breasts have nipples?  Then this is the show for you!

Joe Pasquale delighted audiences in 2023 with The New Normal and he will be dragging out his favourite things for another airing and no doubt a few more,  to prove that nothing has ever been really normal.    Audiences are in for an extra treat this year as they will have the chance to ask the great man some questions of their own! 

Before heading out on the road with The New Normal – Joe will be sharing the stage at The Palladium on 30March  with  a very special show Bradley Walsh and Friends which will see Joe  perform alongside Bradley, Brian Conley and Shane Ritchie celebrating their decades- long friendship.                       

In recent years Joe has been wowing audiences and  critics alike with his many TV appearances, the most recent of which saw Joe crowned as the winner of The Masked Singer: I’m A Celebrity Special for his performance as ‘The Dunny’!   In 2018 Joe also revived the much-loved TV character, the hapless  Frank Spencer with the hit theatre show Some Mother’s Do ‘Ave ‘Em, based on the 1970s TV sitcom.

Since being crowned King of the Jungle in 2004 in ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of  Here!,  Joe has voiced characters for films like Garfield 2 and Horton Hears a Hoo and has  made appearances on TV shows such as Tipping Point,  Pointless Celebrities, Celebrity Chase, Tonight At the London Palladium, Total Wipeout and many more.  Joe has appeared as King Arthur in the West End production of  Spamalot and played Leo Bloom in the touring production of Mel Brooks’ The Producers

Joe Pasqual’s very individual comedy style has seen him remain at the top of his game for more than four decades. Admired by his peers and audiences alike, recent years have seen                                    Joe perform sets at London’s Comedy Store and at the annual Balham Comedy Festival. 

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And in contrast to his ‘comedy bones’ Joe is a huge fan of the horror genre  In 2018 he published his first book Deadknobs and Doomsticks a collection of horror stories.  This was followed up by a second volume of spine chillers and in 2023 Joe’s most recent horror tome Of Mice And Wolfmenwas published by HellBound Books.  Joe is currently writing his first novel.

A bona fide ‘gym bunny’ with a six-pack to prove it, Joe has run a London Marathon, qualified as a pilot, made frequent trips across The Channel and if he ever has time – he will complete his degree with the Open University!   Oh, and he’s currently fascinated by ghosts!

Joe Pasquale 2024 Tour Dates
  • Fri 19 Apr – The Spotlight, Hoddesdon
  • Thu 25 Apr – Lowestoft Marina
  • Sat 27 Apr – Colchester Mercury Theatre
  • Sat 04 May – Consett Comedy Club (30 minute headliner set)
  • Sun 05 May – Nottingham Theatre Royal
  • Thu 16 May – Swan Theatre, Worcester
  • Sat 18 May – Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne
  • Sun 19 May – Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke
  • Fri 24 May – Huntingdon Comedy Club (30 mins headliner set)
  • Fri 19 Jul – Theatre Royal, Dumfries
  • Sat 20 Jul – The Gaiety Theatre, Ayr
  • Sun 21 Jul – Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline
  • Wed 24 Jul – The Apex, Bury St. Edmunds
  • Thu 25 Jul – Camberley Theatre
  • Fri 26 Jul – Harrow Arts Centre
  • Sat 27 Jul – New Theatre Royal Lincoln
  • Sat 03 Aug – Taunton Brewhouse
  • Wed 07 Aug – Paignton Palace Theatre
  • Thu 08 Aug – Weymouth Pavilion
  • Sun 11 Aug – Shanklin Theatre, IOW
  • Fri 23 Aug – City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds
  • Sat 24 Aug – Hull Truck Theatre
  • Sun 25 Aug – Darlington Hippodrome
  • Mon 26 Aug – Blackpool Grand
  • Tue 27 Aug – Wolverhampton Grand
  • Thu 29 Aug – Palace Theatre, Southend
  • Fri 30 Aug – Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon
  • Wed 04 Sep – Mansfield Palace Theatre
  • Thu 05 Sep – Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
  • Fri 06 Sep – Castle Theatre, Wellingborough
  • Wed 11 Sep – Dunstable Grove Theatre
  • Thu 12 Sep – Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone
  • Fri 13 Sep – Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
  • Sat 14 Sep – Comedy Hall, Tiverton
  • Fri 11 Oct – Majestic Theatre, Retford
  • Thu 17 Oct – Newbury Corn Exchange
  • Fri 18 Oct – Savoy Theatre, Monmouth
  • Sat 19 Oct – Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe
  • Mon 28 Oct – Chelmsford Theatre
  • Fri 01 Nov – Hereford Courtyard
  • Sat 02 Nov – Lighthouse Poole
  • Tue 19 Nov – Chelenham Everyman Theatre (ON SALE SOON)
  • Wed 20 Nov – Regal Tenbury Wells
  • Thu 21 Nov – Kings Lynn Corn Exchange
  • Fri 22 Nov – Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa
  • Sat 23 Nov – Stamford Corn Exchange
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