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The Good Life tour tickets, dates and venues with Rufus Hound

All about the 2021 The Good Life tour in the UK

the good life tour rufus hound

The Good Life is hitting the road for a UK tour in 2021 starring Rufus Hound – here’s all you need to know.

From 2021 The Good Life tour tickets to all the upcoming dates and venues, this is your guide to the show on the road.

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Written and directed by Jeremy Sams, the comedy play is adapted from the iconic sitcom series of the same name by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey.

The show follows Tom and Barbara Good through uproarious adventures, some old, some new and often (even today) hilariously familiar. This new play celebrates a time when, whatever our differences, we still managed to get on with our neighbours.

The Good Life 2021 tour dates and venues

Dates for The Good Life UK tour start in Bath in October before continuing throughout the autumn and winter.


Book tickets Bath Royal Bath Theatre
07 October 2021 - 16 October 2021

Book tickets Cheltenham Everyman
19 October 2021 - 23 October 2021

Book tickets Salford Lowry
26 October 2021 - 30 October 2021

Book tickets Oxford Playhouse
02 November 2021 - 06 November 2021

Book tickets Cambridge Arts Theatre
09 November 2021 - 13 November 2021

Book tickets Malvern Malvern Theatres
16 November 2021 - 20 November 2021

Book tickets Richmond Richmond Theatre
23 November 2021 - 27 November 2021

Book tickets Chichester Festival Theatre
30 November 2021 - 04 December 2021

Rufus Hound will star in the cast, with an extensive list of stage credits that include the original West End production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, One Man Two Guvnors, The Wind in the Willows at London’s Palladium and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

Joining him are Preeya Kalidas as Margo Leadbetter, Dominic Rowan as Jerry Leadbetter and Sally Tatum as Barbara Good with Nigel Betts and Tessa Churchar

Meanwhile alongside director and writer Jeremy Sams, the creative teams includes set and costume design by Michael Taylor, lighting by Mark Henderson, sound by Fergus O’Hare and casting by Ginny Schiller.

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