Rick Stein UK tour dates and tickets for live theatre show

Rick Stein

Get ready for the hottest ticket of 2024 and a feast for the mind, as multi-award-winning chef, restauranteur, writer and presenter Rick Stein heads out on a UK tour.

An Evening with Rick Stein will see the esteemed chef shares a feast of stories from his rich tapestry of nearly five decades in the culinary world. In this brand-new live stage show, Rick Stein will take the audience on a journey through his enduring passion for cooking, paying homage to the splendour of top-notch British ingredients.

With a mix of kitchen revelations, harmonious musical numbers, poetic passages, and tales of his worldly escapades, the evening promises to be a delightful blend of entertainment and gastronomy. Secure your seats now for an unparalleled encounter with a true culinary maestro!

An Evening with Rick Stein UK tour dates and tickets

Book tickets Buxton Royal Opera House
15 March 2024
Book tickets Liverpool The Auditorium
16 March 2024
Book tickets Edinburgh The Queens Hall
17 March 2024
Book tickets Salford The Lowry
18 March 2024
Book tickets Dorking Dorking Halls
19 March 2024
Book tickets Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
20 March 2024
Book tickets Bradford St George's Hall
22 March 2024
Book tickets Richmond (London) Richmond Theatre
24 March 2024
Book tickets Cambridge Corn Exchange
25 March 2024
Book tickets London Adelphi Theatre
26 March 2024
Book tickets Basingstoke The Anvil
27 March 2024
Book tickets Southampton O2 Guildhall
28 March 2024
Book tickets Weymouth Pavilion
29 March 2024
Book tickets Torquay Princess Theatre
30 March 2024

Rick Stein said: “Touring the country with a show sounds really grown up, like being in a band on tour – ‘Oh it’s Liverpool, it must be Saturday’, sort of thing. I’ve discovered of late that I love talking about my life to a live audience.

“I’ve got lots of stories which people seem to really enjoy: like why my nightclub got closed down in the 70’s, what was Keith Floyd really like, what the Dalai Lama knew about cooking and why a pint at 5.29pm is so important.”

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