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Noel Fitzpatrick announces 2023 UK Tour

One of the world’s most renowned and much-loved orthopedic-neuro veterinary surgeons, Noel Fitzpatrick will bring his show, Beyond Supervet, to the stage this autumn. His uplifting and motivating show is full of passion, humour and raw truth. Beyond Supervet will kick off on 29 September at Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone and will see Noel travel to venues across the UK on a 25-date tour before culminating at Guildford’s G Live on 2 December.

Noel FitzpatrickThis hugely entertaining evening will be full of fun and fascinating insights into the things Noel has learned from the thousands of animals he has helped throughout his career. Going beyond the wonderful world of The Supervet, Noel will explore how caring for animals really can help us all and how modern medicine can have an incredible impact on our lives.

Bringing the narrative of his many books to life, Noel will be enthralling and engaging audiences with stories, anecdotes, and a vision for the future, all told to a powerful soundtrack which reinforces the huge role music plays in his life.

Announcing the tour, Noel said: “Through my life and career I have many stories to tell from the animals who inspire me and have healed me through their demonstrations of bravery, openness and kindness. This show is an honest and open account about life, and I hope many will relate to it, laugh and celebrate the only thing that matters at the end of it all, love.”

From the wonderful adventures of Noel’s much-loved dog, Keira, to his own personal journey, this is a show not to be missed. Noel will also explore how animals offered him hope as he struggled through some of his darkest moments.

Noel’s energy, enthusiasm, and incredible heart will inspire audiences to dream big and drive our futures forward. Beyond Supervet offers an antidote to our hectic lives, showing that, at the end of the day, love really is all that matters.


29th September Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
1st October Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
13th October Hastings White Rock Theatre
14th October St Albans The Alban Arena
20th October Dorking Dorking Halls
21st October High Wycombe Wycombe Swan
22nd October Worthing Pavilion Theatre
27th October Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall
28th October Crawley The Hawth
29th October Richmond Theatre
2nd November Wrexham William Aston Hall
3rd November Warrington Parr Hall
4th November Scunthorpe The Baths Hall
5th November Peterborough New Theatre
6th November Cardiff New Theatre
9th November Weymouth Pavilion
10th November Crewe Lyceum Theatre
11th November Dudley Town Hall
12th November Blackpool The Grand Theatre
17th November Coventry Warwick Arts Centre
18th November Chatham Central Theatre
19th November Southend Cliffs Pavilion
25th November Catford Broadway Theatre
26th November Bedford Corn Exchange
2nd December Guildford G Live

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2 thoughts on “Noel Fitzpatrick announces 2023 UK Tour”

  1. Patricia Clanzy-Hodge

    sad to see that yet again Herefordshire and Shropshire have been left out.
    theatre Severn in Shrewsbury would have been an ideal venue to serve The Marches. we are a forgotten land over here.

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