Dave Gorman is going back on the road. And when we say 'on the road' we really mean it. Not content with cycling the boring old route from Land's End to John O'Groats, Dave decides to cycle Britain. From the southernmost point of the British mainland to the easternmost to the westernmost to the northernmost. Then, just to make it a bit more interesting, he decides to go back to his stand up roots and make the journey into a tour, performing each and every night of the journey along his route. As this is a tour that promises to reach parts of the country that other tours just don't reach, it goes without saying that the venues will sometimes be a little unconventional too. He'll play in 2000 seat theatres but also 30 seat village halls. He'll be performing in a barn, the odd hotel function room and - odder still - a railway dining car. He's 38 and not especially fit. 1500 miles. 32 days in the saddle. 32 nights on the stage. On this epic adventure, Dave manages to get Numb Penis Syndrome, falls off quite a lot and attempts to find human sat navs so he doesn't get lost.
Dave Gorman is a Perrier Award-nominated comedian and writer. His TV work has earned him two BAFTAs for The Mrs Merton Show as well as his own two BBC2 series.