A much-loved TV couple are bringing their latest tour to Blackburn in October.

Dick and Angel Strawbridge's "Forever Home" kicks off on October 6 with the pair arriving at King George's Hall on October 11.

Dick and Angel are best known for their popular international TV shows Escape to the Chateau and Secret France.

The 33-date tour begins in Southend-on-Sea, Angel's hometown, and concludes in Brighton on November 17.

The touring duo said: "Touring with our family has been such a joy, and we can’t wait to return to the UK to share our adventures, challenges, and the successes of building and living our Chateau dream.

"Only so much of our story can be told on the telly, and as life at the Chateau continues to evolve, we will share what it takes to build a forever home.

"This year, there’s even more fun to have as we kick-start our newest project searching for the UK’s ultimate Jack of All Trades.

"We can’t wait!"

Audience members from each theatre across the tour will have an opportunity to become part of the show by participating in a competition.

From icing cakes to tackling plumbing and electrics tasks, contestants will be awarded the title of their town’s Escape to the Chateau – 'Jack of All Trades'.

Winners also get to play a role in the launch of Dick and Angel’s forthcoming project, aptly titled "Escape to the Chateau – Jack of All Trades".

Tickets are on sale now, for more information visit their website or contact Karma.symington@multitudemedia.co.uk.

All dates are below:

  • Sunday 6 October, Cliffs Pavilion Southend
  • Monday 7 October, London Palladium 
  • Wednesday 9 October, Oxford New Theatre
  • Thursday 10 October, City Hall, Sheffield
  • Friday 11 October, King Georges Hall, Blackburn
  • Saturday 12 October, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
  • Sunday 13 October, The Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent
  • Tuesday 15 October, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
  • Wednesday 16 October, De Montfort Hall, Leicester
  • Thursday 17 October, Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • Friday 18 October, The Anvil, Basingstoke
  • Saturday 19 October, Forum Theatre, Bath
  • Sunday 20 October, Wales Millennium Centre
  • Tuesday 22 October, Usher Hall 
  • Wednesday 23 October, Music Hall, Aberdeen
  • Thursday 24 October, Glasgow Pavilion
  • Friday 25 October, The Globe, Stockton
  • Saturday 26 October, O2 City Hall Newcastle
  • Tuesday 29 October, Waterfront Hall, Belfast 
  • Friday 1 November, Venue Cymru Llandudno
  • Saturday 2 November, Victoria Theatre, Halifax
  • Sunday 3 November, HCC, Harrogate
  • Monday 4 November, City Hall, Hull 
  • Wednesday 6 November , Ipswich Regent
  • Thursday 7 November , Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry (Butterworth Hall)
  • Friday 8 November, Symphony Hall, Birmingham
  • Saturday 9 November, Bridgewater Hall Manchester
  • Monday 11 November, Exeter Great Hall
  • Tuesday 12 November, Hall for Cornwall
  • Thursday 14 November, Bournemouth Pavilion
  • Friday 15 November, G Live, Guildford
  • Saturday 16 November, Portsmouth Guildhall
  • Sunday 17 November, Brighton Dome