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Following a major UK tour earlier this year, The Hairy Bikers have announced their 2020 live return – with a 38-date tour that includes a visit to the Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh.
The Hairy Bikers, aka Si King and Dave Myers, have been entertaining Britain with their TV shows for over a decade and have sold in excess of 5.7 million copies of their books.
They understand the importance of great food and home cooking to every household. Their unique blend of foodie expertise, humour and motorbike enthusiasm has earned them a huge and loyal following. They are regular faces on the BBC, with many Prime-Time TV successes tucked under their leathers. Their recent series ROUTE 66 is available on iPlayer now with their new book One Pot Wonders being released on October 31st.
With their unique blend of tasty recipes, cheeky humour and irresistible enthusiasm, The Hairy Bikers have become Britain’s favourite food heroes.
No strangers to the live arena, The Hairy Bikers performed their sell-out Big Night Out show in theatres across the UK in 2010 and completed another ambitious nationwide theatre tour in April 2013. Earlier this year The Hairy Bikers embarked on a three-month UK theatre tour, involving an evening of cooking and conversation.
In a joint statement, Si and Dave said: “We can’t wait to tour again in 2020. The audience is a huge part of our show, so no night is the same! There will be music, chat, food, questions, answers, fun and frolics. A perfect bikers night out! See you there.
Tickets for An Evening With The Hairy Bikers go onsale Friday 1st November at 10am via www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk. VIP packages available from WWW.SJM-VIP.COM.
Sat 14 Nov 20 – Edinburgh Queen’s Hall