Los Angeles, California – Tim Robinson, the co-creator of the popular Netflix sketch comedy series “I Think You Should Leave,” is set to take the show on the road with a live tour, with the first show scheduled for May 11 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. Co-creator Zach Kanin will be joining Robinson, with other special guests yet to be announced.
The tour will also include a show at the Beacon Theatre in NYC on April 2, among several other announced dates in cities like Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, Houston, and more. Tickets for all newly-announced dates will go on sale on February 9th at 10 AM local time, with presales starting on February 7th at 3 PM.
“I Think You Should Leave” is known for its cringe comedy sketches, where characters find themselves in embarrassing situations and try to deflect blame by convincing others they are actually in the right. The show has gained a dedicated fanbase for its offbeat and absurd humor.
The live tour promises to bring the same brand of comedy to audiences across different cities, giving fans the chance to see their favorite sketches come to life on stage. With Tim Robinson and Zach Kanin leading the way, the tour is expected to draw large crowds of comedy enthusiasts looking for a night of laughter and entertainment.
The tour schedule includes dates throughout April and May in various cities across the United States, providing plenty of opportunities for fans to catch a live performance of “I Think You Should Leave” in a city near them. With the show’s popularity and the anticipation for the live tour, tickets are expected to sell quickly. So, fans are encouraged to be ready to secure their seats as soon as they go on sale.