9 September 2022 | King's Place, London
The four Dorkmen of the apocalypse (please note: actually three Dorkmen and one Dorkwoman) return! Dan Schreiber, James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray and Anna Ptaszynski are back at the London Podcast Festival with a LIVE show where they’ll be discussing the four most interesting facts they’ve heard in the last seven days. 
No Such Thing As A Fish started in 2014 and hasn’t missed a week yet. In their 400+ episodes to date the gang have covered topics as varied as Ancient Greek yo-yos, Neolithic dentistry, the Mongolian Death Worm, illegal doorknobs, parachuting dogs, the world’s oldest ham, the world’s slowest shark, the world’s largest chicken nugget, and President Garfield’s anus. The show has been downloaded a third of a billion times, won multiple awards, enjoyed three spinoff books and two BBC2 TV series, and toured the world. And now it’s coming to Kings Place. Book now! 


The UK’s top podcast, No Such Thing As A Fish, is back on the road, with its first tour since 2019! From October, Nerd Immunity will take in venues across the UK, with an international stopover in Dublin and a special one-night-only performance at the London Palladium.

Every show will feature a live recording of a podcast episode plus a first half stuffed to the gills with facts, comedy, and two years’ worth of pent-up nerdery that wouldn’t have worked over Zoom.

The NSTAAF team said: “We’re so glad to be not only getting out of the house but going all over the country, spreading the word of unbelievable facts wherever we go. Subject to government guidelines, there’s no stopping us.”



5 Oct | Tunbridge Wells - Assembly Hall Theatre

09 Oct | Nottingham - Playhouse

10 Oct | Richmond - Theatre

12 Oct | Reading - The Hexagon

15 Oct | Peterborough - New Theatre

17 Oct | Exeter - Corn Exchange

18 Oct | Barnstaple - Queen's Theatre

22 Oct | Ipswich - Regent Theatre

24 Oct | Canterbury - The Marlowe Theatre

26 Oct | London - Palladium

28 Oct | Oxford - New Theatre

29 Oct | Poole - Lighthouse

05 Nov | Chesterfield - Winding Wheel

06 Nov | Manchester - Opera House

07 Nov | Newcastle - Tyne Theatre & Opera House

08 Nov | York - Grand Opera House

12 Nov | Brighton - Dome

14 Nov | St Albans - Alban Arena

29 Nov | Birmingham - New Alexandra


21 Jan | Bath - The Forum

23 Jan | Dublin - Olympia Theatre

24 Jan | Belfast - Ulster Hall

25 Jan | Dublin - Olympia Theatre

31 Aug | Inverness - Eden Court (postponed from 13 Jan)

2 Sept | Edinburgh - Usher Hall (postponed from 14 Jan)

1 Sept | Aberdeen - Music Hall (postponed from 15 Jan)

4 Sept | Glasgow - Theatre Royal (postponed from 16 Jan)

13 Sept | Cardiff - St David's Hall (postponed from 22 Jan)