Comedian Rosie Jones has announced her popular Triple Threat UK tour has been extended to 2024 - now including a show in Taunton.

Regarded with "charm, smut, irony and laughs in equal measure" by The Guardian, the tour will play at The Brewhouse on April 6.

Rosie Jones, 33, hails from Bridlington, Yorkshire and has quickly become one of the country's favourite comedians due to her candid expressions and humour.

She has previously appeared on TV programmes like The Last Leg, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and Mock The Week.

Her show was also previously nominated for 'Most Outstanding Show' at the illustrious Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Ms Jones explained: "The show is about me, my life, my career and whether or not I'm on my way to being a national treasure or whether I am hurtling down the road to becoming a national liability.

"I'm an optimistic person so I'm still fighting to be a national treasure, but it hasn't happened yet, maybe because I keep accidentally talking about my b***s".

When asked about her excitement for return to live performances, she said: "In the last few years I haven't been able to go out and meet people and do what I hope I do best, simply stand in front of an audience and make them laugh."

Somerset County Gazette: Rosie Jones is coming to Taunton's Brewhouse in 2024

Rosie Jones will start on Friday, March 3 in Birmingham at the Glee Club.

Other dates in the New Year include Abergavenny's Borough Theatre on February 3, 2024, before a filmed gig in Brighton, as well as visits to Leicester, Salisbury, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool and more.

The tour will come to a conclusion after playing at Swansea's Taliesin on April 25.

To get tickets to Rosie Jones at Taunton's Brewhouse, visit the venue's website or contact them directly.

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The tour falls in line with her newest Comedy Central show Out Of Order, which will air in 2024.