Alan Cumming’s Australian tour pushed back to 2023

Alan Cumming made it to Australia in 2021, but after spending two weeks in quarantine he only got to do an appearance in Adelaide before Covid lockdowns and border closures saw the rest of his Australian tour cancelled.

New dates were proposed for 2022, bit now promoters have pushed the tour back until 2023.

Work commitments have meant that Cumming now can’t make his trip down under until January 2023, but he has promised fans he really will make it, third time lucky.

“I am so sorry to have to postpone my Australian tour again! But I will be slip slap slopping my way to you in January and I promise nothing will delay me this time: hell or high water, or even both!” the entertainer said.

The new tour dates are Thursday 5th January in Brisbane, Saturday 7th January in Perth, Thursday 12th and Friday 13th of January in Sydney and finally a show in Melbourne on Saturday 14th January.

Since Cumming was in Australia a lot has happened, he’s starred in the new series Schmigdoon, and released Baggage a new autobiography. Plus it’s been announced he’ll be making an appearance in the next series of The Good Fight.


He’s also recently made an appearance on the iconic BBC radio program Desert Island DiscsThe program has been on air since 1942 and each week sees a guest speak about their life, while imagining they’ll be sent to a desert island. Guest can share eight tracks they’d take, alongside one book and a luxury item.

During his appearance on the show Alan Cumming chose songs from Deacon Blue, Kate Bush, Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé, Dollar, The Proclaimers, Maxwell, Alfredo Catalani and Peter Morrison.  

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