1Q What is your favourite cake or pudding?
A. Pudding has to be banoffee pie though a bloody good apple pie can also be tempting. And cake is a chocolate banana cake I make myself. It’s lush and also massive.
2Q Where are you from?
A. I’m from South Shields which is on the coast in the North East. Catherine Cookson was also from there and I think Ridley Scott lived there for a fortnight when he was a bairn.
3Q When are you next coming to my town?
A. I’m back on tour really soon and will be doing a lot of places in the UK and Ireland. The dates will appear on the Live Dates page. Get on my mailing list (below) and you’ll get the info before everyone else. Well, not before me. You’ll get it after me and before everyone else.
4Q Is this tour the same jokes as when I saw you?
A. The trick to these is every different show has a different title. My first tour and DVD were called Chatterbox. My second, Thoroughly Modern Millican. My third, Home Bird. Fourth was Outsider. So check out the name and then you’ll know if you’ve seen it or not. Each show has totally different jokes.
5Q Why do tickets sometimes sell out so quickly?
A. Because the people on the mailing list have priority. Get on it, you big silly.
6Q Any plans to come to the US/ Canada/ Australia/ New Zealand?
A. We are hoping to add some dates in Australia and New Zealand. Not sure about other places just yet. But I’ll let you know.
7Q You’ll ring me?
A. Nope but if you pop your email address in the box below, I’ll be able to email you with news plus you’ll be able to buy tour tickets early.
8Q How old do I have to be to come to your tour show? / Can I bring a child to your tour show?
A. 16+ in most venues though some specify 18 so check with each venue/Sadly not as it’s an adult show for adults. I am very rude. Filth wise. I’m always polite.
9Q Are you making another series of your TV show?
A. No plans to. I'm currently writing a book and a tour show and enjoying that side of my work very much.
10Q I used to bully you at school, can we be friends now (that you’re on the telly)?
11Q How do I become a comedian?
A. You have to just do it. Write some jokes and find an open mic night to try them out. Jo Caulfield has a brilliant section on her website called “Things I’ve learned as a comedian”. http://www.jocaulfield.com/ Also, Stuart Goldsmith’s Comedian’s Comedian Podcasts are brilliant and free. On writing, my particular favourite guests are Dan Evans and Adam Bloom.
DO IT. And good luck.
12Q How can I get a signed photo of you?
A. To request a signed photo, please write to
Sarah Millican Fan Club
Sarah Millican Fan Club
PO Box 532
Please ensure you include a self addressed A4 envelope with the correct postage. Thank you.
13Q What have you done with your hair? I like it.
A. Aww, you guys. *twirls around in nightie, beaming*