Arts & Culture
Tim Vine as Plastic Elvis for one-off debut

This is it, people. The moment has arrived.

Following a one-off, sell-out show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019, Tim Vine is bringing Plastic Elvis to your town!

Backed by an amazing five-piece, The High Noon Band, Plastic Elvis will shake, smoulder, and try to control his hair. In the end, he’ll break your heart as he belts out some of the King’s greatest hits. With special guests John Archer as Big Buddy Holly, and songwriting legend David Martin (who wrote four songs for the real Elvis).

Tim says: “This isn’t a stand up show, but a concert dedicated to my favourite performer. When I was eleven years old, I would stand in front of my bedroom mirror and mime to the whole of 1972’s Elvis: As Recorded at Madison Square Garden album. This is a tribute act that is forty years in the making. Well, the waiting is over. It’s time to go public.”


Warning: this show may contain moves that even Plastic Elvis himself isn’t expecting.

“His charisma stunned me”Plastic Elvis fan

“From the opening fanfare to the emotional finale I was hooked” The other fan


Tim Vine is a comedian who has performed numerous sell-out shows in the UK and beyond. His six stand-up DVDs include the latest tour Sunset Milk Idiot, which came out at Christmas 2018. His vast wealth of material has been preserved in books such as The Biggest Ever Tim Vine Joke Book and The Tim Vine Bumper Book of Silliness. He has also won Best Joke at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, twice. Recently, he has been seen on BBC1 in Tim Vine Travels Through Time, on ITV hosting the quiz Football Genius, and on Dave in Taskmaster. He hosts the Tim Vine Chat Show on BBC Radio 4, interviewing members of the audience and continuing to prove that not everyone has a story. His YouTube channel, Tim Vine Televisual (TVTV), regularly serves up nonsense.




September 2021

Dartford, Orchard Theatre (Saturday 4)

Norwich, Theatre Royal (Wednesday 8)

Guildford, G-Live (Thursday 23)

Peterborough, The Cresset (Wednesday 29)

Hastings, White Rock Theatre (Thursday 30)


October 2021

Torquay, Babbacombe Theatre (Saturday 2)

Harrogate, Theatre (Tuesday 5)

Worthing, Pavilion (Tuesday 12)

Buxton, Opera House (Friday 15)

Birmingham, Alexandra Theatre (Monday 18)

Chatham, Central Theatre (Wednesday 20)

High Wycombe, Swan Theatre (Friday 29)


December 2021

London, Eventim Apollo (Friday 17)


February 2022

Blackpool, Grand Theatre (Saturday 5)

Southend, Cliffs Pavilion (Wednesday 9)

St Albans, Arena (Friday 18)

Swansea, Grand Theatre (Saturday 26)


March 2022

Crawley, The Hawth (Wednesday 2)

Doncaster, Dome (Saturday 5)


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Twitter: @RealTimVine