Jack Whitehall to bring new show to Peterborough
Actor and comedian Jack Whitehall - and his parents - are bringing their How to Survive Family Holidays show to Peterborough next month.
Following sold out shows in London, Oxford, Bournemouth and at The Cheltenham Literature Festival, Jack and his parents Hilary and Michael have added Peterborough Arena on December 16 to the tour (with a mild Christmas feel) to tie in with their best-selling book How to Survive Family Holidays, which currently sits at number 4 in The Sunday Times Bestseller List.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, November5, available from jackwhitehall.com and ticketmaster.co.uk.
Jack says in How to Survive Family Holidays: “The truth about any holiday – if it’s with one’s own family – is that no amount of sunshine, wine or festive spirit will stop your worst character traits coming to the surface. You have just volunteered to spend a week in close proximity with the people who know you best and who will never ever let you forget it. No one survives unscathed. Things are always going to end in tears: you can only hope they’re of laughter. Interest in my family only seems to grow, despite my best endeavours to silence them.”
Jack’s parents say: “Ok, Jack has thrown us under the bus but at least he has given us the chance to tell our side of the story.”