Taskmaster contestant Sophie Duker is heading out on tour this autumn.
Also recognised for her hilarious stints on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Mock the Week, Frankie Boyle's New World Order and Live at the Apollo, the stand-up comic will premiere her Hag material at the iconic Edinburgh Fringe Festival before taking the show to English venues.
Beginning at London's Soho Theatre on Monday, November 7, Duker visits Portsmouth, Exeter and Leeds on her way back around to London's Leicester Square Theatre on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
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The Hag tour breakdown reads on her website: "[These shows herald] her metamorphosis into the confident, cantankerous, magical bitch her twenty-something self would never have dared believe she could be.
"An older, wiser and even more deliciously odd stand-up shares a chaotic true story from the recent past: what happened when Sophie chose to get on a cruise ship with seven hundred older lesbians, leaving her long-suffering boyfriend on shore.
"Traditionally hurled at strong women as a slur, here 'hag' is sexy, self-assured, redefined. Back in 2019 Sophie was a Babybel – round, sweet, pure. Now she's vintage cheddar – extra mature and hiding in your fridge. Deal with it."
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Duker isn't the only Taskmaster family member set to hit the road soon either, as Chris Ramsey and his wife Rosie recently announced they're extending their Shagged. Married. Annoyed podcast tour into 2023.
Ramsey recently revealed that Taskmaster didn't air a potentially standout moment from this series, involving him teaming up with co-star Ardal O'Hanlon to record a multi-track song about their team.
Taskmaster airs on Thursdays at 9pm on Channel 4 and All 4. Taskmaster: Champion of Champions II will air on June 23.