SAS: Who Dares Wins star Billy Billingham MBE QCB has announced a new tour for 2023 entitled ‘Always A Little Further’. The 26-date tour starts on 2nd October at Swindon’s Wyvern Theatre and culminates on 30th November at Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket.
Billy is as tough as they come. Chief Instructor on Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins, Paratrooper, decorated SAS leader, and a bodyguard to Hollywood superstars, he has seen extreme combat and gruelling missions aplenty. Spend an extraordinary evening with Billy, as he shares his incredible and inspirational story.
“I’m looking forward to sharing my stories with the audience and offering an insight into my action filled life as a Special Forces operator as well as my exciting career on and off camera. I’m also looking forward to meeting fans and taking audience questions on the night!”
Billy has had many astonishing experiences; from leaving school at 11 and running with gangs in Birmingham before joining the Royal Marine cadets and Parachute Regiment, to rising to the rank of sergeant major in the SAS and undertaking hundreds of classified and extremely dangerous missions. He spent over 20 years serving in countless warzones, winning a commendation for bravery, and being awarded an MBE by Queen Elizabeth II, before embracing the life of a bodyguard to celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Sir Michael Caine, Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe.
Billy will also take us behind the scenes of SAS: Who Dares Wins, where he has gained a reputation for excellence, honesty and integrity, supporting his fellow DS, but also intimidating and inspiring the contestants who take on the demanding challenges each week.
Educating, entertaining, and enthralling in equal measure, and with the chance to pose your questions to the man himself, this event will inspire those wishing to seek a challenge and conquer it – the SAS way.
The tour dates are as follows:
Mon 2ND SWINDON – Wyvern Theatre
Wed 11th BELFAST – Ulster Hall
Sun 15TH KENDAL – Westmorland Hall
Mon 16TH YORK – Grand Opera House
Wed 18TH BEXHILL – De La Warr Parr Pavilion
Thu 19TH BRIGHTON – Theatre Royal
Sat 21st WARWICK – Arts Centre
Mon 23rd CREWE – Lyceum Theatre
Tue 24th BUXTON – Opera House
Wed 25TH LIVERPOOL – Philharmonic
Sun 29TH BASINGSTOKE – The Anvil
Wed 1ST IPSWICH – Corn Exchange
Sun 5TH SOUTHEND – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
Mon 6th BURY ST EDMUNDS – The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
Wed 8TH HARROGATE – Royal Hall
Sat 11TH GUILDFORD – G Live
Mon 13TH CARDIFF – New Theatre
Tue 14th BATH – Forum
Sun 19th LONDON – Richmond Theatre
Mon 20th CHELTENHAM – Town Hall
Tue 21st TRURO – Hall for Cornwall
Sun 26th CARLISLE – Sands Centre
Mon 27th ABERDEEN – Music Hall
Tue 28th EDINBURGH – Queens Hall
Wed 29th NEWCASTLE – Tyne Theatre and Opera House
Thu 30th GLASGOW – Old Fruitmarket