Touring Autumn 2020
PLUS SPRING/SUMMER 2021 (further dates TBC)

Sandi Toksvig is taking her hilarious smash-hit one-woman National Trevor show back on the road.

Sandi realises some people harbour an ambition to be a National Treasure but following a misunderstanding with a friend has decided instead to become a National Trevor – half misprint, half Danish comedian, novelist, actor and broadcaster.

Expect tall stories, fascinatingly funny facts, really silly jokes, a quick fire Q&A and a quiz. Don’t expect tap-dancing, leotards or a forward roll.


‘Laden with laughs’



SAT 12, 7.30PM, BATH, The Forum, 0844 888 9991* RESCHEDULED – 28 April 2021

SUN 13, 7.30PM, READING, The Hexagon, 0118 960 6060 ON SALE NOW

SAT 19, 7.30PM, EDINBURGH, King’s Theatre, 0131 529 6000 ON SALE NOW

SUN 20, 7.30PM, GLASGOW, Theatre Royal, 0844 871 7647* ON SALE NOW

TUE 22, 7.30PM, YORK, Barbican, 0203 356 5441 RESCHEDULED – 18 May 2021

WED 23, 7.30PM, LEEDS, Town Hall, 0113 376 0318 POSTPONED – New Date TBC

SUN 27, 7.30PM, LIVERPOOL, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 0151 709 3789 ON SALE NOW


SAT 3, 7.30PM, BRENTWOOD, Brentwood Live, 0207 492 1540 RESCHEDULED – 14 MAY 2021

TUE 6, 7.30PM, IPSWICH, Regent Theatre, 01473 433100 ON SALE NOW

SUN 11, 7.30PM, BRISTOL, Hippodrome, 0844 871 3012* ON SALE NOW

WED 14, 7.30PM, BIRMINGHAM, Symphony Hall, 0121 780 3333 ON SALE NOW

TUE 20, 7.30PM, BRIGHTON, Brighton Dome, 01273 709709 POSTPONED – New Date TBC

SUN 25, 7.30PM, EXETER, Northcott Theatre, 01392 726363 ON SALE SOON

MON 26, 7.30PM, PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, 01752 267222 POSTPONED – New Date TBC


MON 9, 7.30PM, SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower Theatre, 02380 711811 POSTPONED – New Date TBC

APRIL 2021

WED 28, 7.30PM, BATH, The Forum, 0844 888 9991* ON SALE NOW

MAY 2021

FRI 14, 7.30PM, BRENTWOOD, Brentwood Live, 0207 492 1540 ON SALE NOW

TUE 18, 7.30PM, YORK, Barbican, 0203 356 5441 ON SALE NOW



Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Sandi was brought up around the world in Europe, Africa and the United States. She began her comedy career at Girton College, Cambridge where she found time to write and perform in the first all-woman show at the Footlights as well as achieve a first-class degree. Sandi is well known to UK audiences as a broadcaster having begun her career in children’s television playing Ethel in the long-running Saturday-morning show Number 73. Since then her television career has included celebrated series such as Call My Bluff (as regular team captain) and Whose Line Is It Anyway? She was also host of Antiques Master for BBC2 and 1001 Things You Should Know for Channel 4. In 2016, Sandi took over from Stephen Fry as host of ‘QI’, BBC2’s fiendishly difficult and hugely popular quiz. She also replaced William G. Stewart as the host of the popular teatime quiz Fifteen to One which made its comeback after 11 years in April 2014. In 2017 she and Noel Fielding became the new co-hosts of ‘The Great British Bake Off’. For a decade Sandi was a familiar voice for BBC Radio 4 listeners as the chair of The News Quiz which led to her induction into the Radio Hall of Fame. Sandi is passionate about live performance. She performed at the very first night of The Comedy Store in London and for many years was a member of The Comedy Store Players, an improvisational comedy team. Sandi conceived Playhouse Live for Sky Arts, producing specially commissioned live drama for television and for three years was both a writer for the series and the executive producer.

Much of Sandi’s time is devoted to writing and in 2019 she became president of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. She has more than 20 fiction and non-fiction books for children and adults to her credit. Her latest novel ‘The End of the Sky’ was published in 2017. For the theatre Sandi co-authored the musical Big Night Out at the Little Sands Picture Palace Theatre (with Dillie Keane), the Shakespeare deconstruction The Pocket Dream (with Elly Brewer), Charity Begins for Playhouse Live, Bully Boy and Silver Linings. Her adaptation of Treasure Island reopened the Leicester Haymarket Theatre in December 2018 and early in 2019 her adaptation of Mamma Mia the Party opened at London’s 02. Sandi has written the Globe Theatre’s new family show Christmas at the (Snow) Globe with Jenifer Toksvig which will open Christmas 2019. Sandi is an activist for gender equality. In 2014 she co-founded the Women’s Equality Party. Sandi has received an OBE but is yet to be made a National Trevor.


Between the Stops is a sort of a memoir, my sort. It’s about a bus trip really, because it’s my view from the Number 12 bus (mostly top deck, the seat at the front on the right), a double-decker that plies its way from Dulwich, in South East London, where I was living, to where I sometimes work – at the BBC, in the heart of the capital. It’s not a sensible way to write a memoir at all, probably, but it’s the way things pop into your head as you travel, so it’s my way.’

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