Ricky Gervais is coming to Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena wit his new tour
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Ricky Gervais will bring his new show Armageddon to Liverpool this July.
Ricky Gervais has already visited some of the biggest venues in the UK across the Armageddon tour, and today announced that he will be returning to Liverpool on July 20.
Gervais’s 2021 tour SuperNature was a huge success and subsequently became one of the most watched comedy specials of the year on Netflix, when it aired in May 2022. Netflix have already bought the rights to Armageddon, which will stream as Ricky’s next Netflix special in early 2024.
Ricky Gervais is Britain’s biggest international comedian, in the run up to launch his popular Netflix series After Life, the streaming service donated 25 benches to local councils around the UK, including Liverpool, as part of a mental health initiative celebrating the launch of the series last year.
The benches were placed in Woolton and Stanley Park and were inscribed with ‘Hope is everything’ – which is a crucial line from the show.
The benches were commissioned with suicide prevention charity the Campaign Against Living Miserably (Calm) and feature QR codes leading to online resources and a message of support and both Stanley Park and Woolton Walled Garden in Liverpool will benefit.
Now Ricky is back in Liverpool – tickets will go on general sale this Friday, 31 March, as Gervais continues to take his brand-new stand-up show to audiences around the globe, throughout this year and into 2024.
Tickets are between £45.13 and £50.78 – as Gervais has done with his previous tours, profits made on the more expensive Platinum tickets for his shows will be donated to charity.
For more information and to book your tickets to see Ricky Gervais at the M&S Bank Arena this July click here.