One of the world’s most renowned, and certainly the nation’s most loved orthopedic-neuro veterinary surgeon, Noel Fitzpatrick The Supervet from the hit Channel 4 show – will be bringing his unique ethos, incredible stories and remarkable bionic innovations to a stage near you this autumn.

An Evening with Noel Fitzpatrick will kick off on 3 November at Southend’s Cliff Pavilion and will see Noel travel to venues across the UK on the 23-date tour before culminating at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on 1 December. Surprising, intriguing and inspiring, the show will leave audiences transfixed as he shares an insight into his extraordinary world with tales of the unique and wonderful animals and personal experiences which have shaped his life and world view.

Noel will share a rollercoaster ride of successes and failures, demonstrating why love really is all that matters – and how our animal friends can teach us very important life lessons, which can make us better people.

Announcing the tour, Noel said:

I am so excited to be back on stage to share stories and lessons I’ve learned from thousands of animals who have made me who I am. I hope that people from all kinds of backgrounds can learn from the experiences and events which have shaped me, including all the joy and pain, trauma and redemption that has come with a life lived at 365 miles per hour, 365 days a year. Our world can be a very challenging and stressful place – and I feel at a very deep level that I need to share the light I have experienced through my love of animals and their families with as many people as possible. It feels very important and urgent to me – right now in 2022. I know that the journey will be enlightening and entertaining for everyone who comes along. It’ll be an incredibly special night.

There will be some unexpected surprises in this intimate show, alongside thoughts about the nature of stress and survival against the odds – and the future of humans and animals on our planet – that will truly give you cause to stop and think about your own future too.

Not to be missed, this story of pain and joy, darkness and hope, will give audiences a moment to reflect on their own life journey too. Noel continues to strive toward a more loving and understanding society for humans and animals alike – in a world that needs healing right now more than ever.

Tickets are available here:

Thursday 3rd NovemberSouthend, Cliffs Pavilion
Friday 4th NovemberIpswich, Regent Theatre
Saturday 5th NovemberBasingstoke, The Anvil
Sunday 6th NovemberNorthampton, Royal & Derngate
Monday 7th NovemberLondon, The Palladium
Wednesday 9th NovemberCheltenham, Town Hall
Thursday 10th NovemberCardiff, St David’s Hall
Saturday 12th NovemberHull, City Hall
Sunday 13th NovemberSalford, Lowry
Tuesday 15th NovemberNewcastle, O2 City Hall
Wednesday 16th NovemberGlasgow, Armadillo
Thursday 17th NovemberStockton, Globe
Friday 18th NovemberDunfermline, Alhambra Theatre
Saturday 19th NovemberAberdeen, Music Hall
Monday 21st NovemberBath, Forum
Wednesday 23rd NovemberGuildford, G Live
Thursday 24th NovemberReading, Hexagon
Friday 25th NovemberPlymouth, Pavilions
Saturday 26th NovemberSouthampton, O2 Guildhall
Sunday 27th NovemberPortsmouth, Guildhall
Tuesday 29th NovemberBirmingham, Town Hall
Wednesday 30th NovemberLeicester, De Montfort Hall
Thursday 1st DecemberNottingham, Royal Concert Hall