Dates and venues for Prue Leith's first tour

The legendary Prue Leith is to embark on her first ever live tour Nothing in ModerationThe legendary Prue Leith is to embark on her first ever live tour Nothing in Moderation
The legendary Prue Leith is to embark on her first ever live tour Nothing in Moderation
The legendary Prue Leith is to embark on her firstlive tour Nothing in Moderation next year.

Nothing is off the menu in this frank, revealing and very funny all-new show.

Prue will share a myriad fascinating anecdotes about her life: taking audiences through the ups and downs of being a successful restaurateur, novelist, businesswoman and Great British Bake Off judge; feeding the rich and famous, cooking for Royalty and even poisoning her clients - all told for the very first time.

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In the second half she will be joined on stage by Clive Tulloh, who will put questions to Prue from the audience, that they’ve always wanted to ask.

Prue Leith said: “I’ve never done a stage show before and at 82 I’m probably nuts to try it, but it’s huge fun, makes the audience laugh and lets me rant away about the restaurant trade, publishers, TV and writing, and sing the praises of food, love and life.”

Baking guru Dame Prue Leith is a judge on the world’s biggest baking TV show The Great British Bake Off, quickly becoming a firm favourite with audiences when she joined the show alongside Paul Hollywood in 2017. Before Bake Off, Prue enjoyed great success in her career as a restaurateur, chef, writer and journalist.

In the 1960s and 70s, Prue ran her own catering business and then set up Leith's Food and Wine – which trains professional cooks and amateur chefs. Prue has written multiple cookery books and many features about food for publications including The Guardian. She has appeared on many TV shows including Great British Menu and My Kitchen Rules.


1 February: Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

2 February: Salford, The Lowry

3 February: Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House

4 February: Edinburgh, EICC Pentland

5 February: Glasgow, Theatre Royal

8 February: Northampton, Royal and Derngate

10 February: Poole, Lighthouse Arts Hall

11 February: Guildford, G Live

15 February: Reading, The Hexagon

16 February: Swindon, Wyvern Theatre

17 February: Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal

18 February: Cardiff, St David's Hall

22 February: Bath, The Forum

23 February: Southend, Palace Theatre

25 February: Bexhill on Sea, De La Warr Pavilion

26 February: Brighton, Brighton Dome

28 February: Sheffield, Memorial Hall

1 March: Nottingham, Playhouse

2 March: York, Grand Opera House

5 March: Exeter, Corn Exchange

6 March: Truro Hall for Cornwall

7 March: Yeovil, Octagon Theatre

10 March: Belfast, Belfast Waterfront

11 March: Dublin, Olympia Theatre

12 March: Birmingham, The Alexandra

15 March: Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre

16 March: Chester, Storyhouse

17 March: Leicester, De Montfort Hall

19 March: Norwich, Theatre Royal

21 March: Oxford, New Theatre

23 March: Basingstoke, The Anvil

24 March: Cambridge, Corn Exchange

25 March: Ipswich, Regent Theatre

6 April: London, London Palladium