Only Fools and Horses

Only Fools And Horses musical to tour

Sitcom spin-off to play 30 cities in 2024-2025

Only Fools and Horses The Musical is to embark on a UK tour next year, after more than 1,000  performances in the West End.

The exploits of Del Boy, Rodney, Grandad and the rest of the characters will play more than 30 cities, starting off in Bromley in September.

The script was written by Jim Sullivan – son of the sitcom’s creator John – and Paul Whitehouse, who played Grandad for much of the four-year London run, which came to an end in April.

He said today: ‘Following four amazing years in the West End, I’m thrilled we are announcing today that Only Fools and Horses The Musical is going on tour.

‘I’ve long been asked by many fans when this might happen, so I’m delighted to confirm that the show will be coming to a theatre near you from September next year.

‘All of the characters we know and love from the Only Fools television series will be live on stage, as we take Peckham on the road. Bonnet de douche’.

Casting will be announced early next year, and tickets went on sale for many of the dates today – although the offivial tour website is not yet up and running.

» Chortle’s review of Only Fools And Horses The Musical in the West End



23rd-28th September: Bromley Churchill Theatre
30th September-5th October: Southend Cliffs Pavilion
7th-12th October: Bradford Alhambra Theatre
14th-19th October: York Grand Opera House
21st-26th October: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
28th October-2nd November: Glasgow Theatre Royal
4th-9th November: Edinburgh Playhouse
11th-23rd November: Manchester Opera House
25th-30th November: Sunderland Empire Theatre
2nd-7th December: Stoke Regent Theatre
11th-14th December: Brighton Dome
17th December-5th January 2025: Hammersmith Eventim Apollo


7th-11th January: Ipswich Regent Theatre
13th-18th January: Norwich Theatre Royal
20th-25th January: Llandudno Venue Cymru
27th January-8th February: Bristol Hippodrome
10th-22nd February: Newcastle Theatre Royal
24th February-1st March: Northampton Derngate Theatre
3rd-8th March: Southampton Mayflower Theatre
10th-15th March: Oxford New Theatre
17th-29th March: Milton Keynes Theatre
31st March-12th April: Birmingham Hippodrome
14th-19th April: Canterbury Marlowe Theatre
21st-26th April: Nottingham Concert Hall
28th April-3rd May: Blackpool Grand Opera House
5th-10th May: Truro Hall for Cornwall
12th-17th May: Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre
19th-24th May: Plymouth Theatre Royal
26th-31st May: Sheffield City Hall
2nd-7th June: Leeds Grand Theatre
9th- 21st June: Liverpool Empire
23rd-28th June: Belfast Opera House
30th June-5th July: Dublin Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Published: 27 Oct 2023

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