The Time Machine – A Comedy UK tour dates and tickets

Time Machine Tour

The Time Machine – A Comedy has announced new UK tour dates for 2024.


Original Theatre presents a Winter/Spring 2024 tour of Steven Canny and John Nicholson’s The Time Machine – A Comedy, following its London première at Park Theatre from 30 November – 30 December.

The tour will star Michael Dylan (Wilf) and Amy Revelle (Offside). They will be joined by George Kemp (Jack Absolute Flies Again), who takes over his role from Dave Hearn after the Park Theatre run.

Join George, Amy and Michael for the premiere of their brand-new version of The Time Machine. H G Wells’ comic deadly serious masterpiece will never be the same again as this hapless highly skilled group of actors embark on a journey of a lifetime!

Will George persuade the others to stick to the script he’s worked so hard on? Will Michael be able to explain time travel without the help of excessive props? Will Amy get to sing her Cher tribute? And ultimately… will they be able to defeat the space time paradox – or at least get through the second half?

The Time Machine – A Comedy tour dates and tickets

Book tickets Salford The Lowry
23 January 2024 - 27 January 2024
Book tickets Exeter Exeter Northcott Theatre
5 February 2024 - 8 February 2024
Book tickets Cambridge Cambridge Arts Theatre
13 February 2024 - 17 February 2024
Book tickets Perth Perth Theatre And Concert Hall
20 February 2024 - 24 February 2024
Book tickets Cheltenham Everyman Theatre
27 February 2024 - 2 March 2024
Book tickets Guildford Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
5 March 2024 - 9 March 2024
Book tickets Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal
12 March 2024 - 16 March 2024
Book tickets Lichfield Lichfield Garrick Theatre
19 March 2024 - 23 March 2024
Book tickets Northampton Royal & Derngate
26 March 2024 - 30 March 2024
Book tickets Leeds Leeds Playhouse
2 April 2024 - 6 April 2024


From the team behind the smash-hit comedy The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Time Machine – A Comedy is directed by Orla O’Loughlin and designed by Fred Meller, with lighting design by Colin Grenfell and Sound Design by Greg Clarke.

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