COMEDIAN Jonathan Pie will be bringing his brand new tour to Basingstoke next year.

Jonathan Pie: Hero or Villain? It’s a question often asked and one that Pie hopes to answer in his brand-new live show.

The tour-de-force, motormouth news reporter will be gasping for breath once more, as he takes to stages up and down the land with his weapons-grade takedowns of the people in charge and the state of the nation.

Join Pie as he celebrates the UK’s greatest heroes and takes a verbal blowtorch to its villains.

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On the tour announcement, Jonathan said: "Join me and marvel in wonder as I kick The Establishment’s back doors in and rifle through its kitchen cupboards."

Pie’s four previous live tours since 2016 have sold out venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo and the London Palladium and have been performed across the US and Australia. His second live show ‘Jonathan Pie: Back To The Studio’ aired on BBC One. His most recent tour ‘Fake News’ was nominated for a Chortle award.

As well as Pie’s regular YouTube videos, he has also created a series of short films. ‘The World’s End’ saw him heading to COP26 to get annoyed about Climate Change. ‘Jonathan Pie’s Hard Brexit’ saw Pie report on a UKIP protest march and find himself at the centre of a twitter-storm, whilst ‘Pie Net Zero’ saw him present a new documentary about climate change, where he thought he might be in for a jolly couple of days by the seaside. He also found time to interview ‘HRH The Duke of Chesterton’ in a hilarious pastiche of the infamous interview with Prince Andrew.

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Recently, Pie’s work with the New York Times has gone viral internationally. Pie will be debuting his new podcast ‘Call Jonathan Pie’ on BBC Sounds in the summer of 2023, and Walker is working on scripted TV formats for the character.

He will be at The Anvil on January 26 next year. For more information visit