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‘The Dogfather’ Graeme Hall announces first ever UK tour


‘The Dogfather’ Graeme Hall has announced his first UK tour set to take place in spring 2022.

Graeme Hall, who has been described as the ‘UK’s number one dog trainer’, shared the news with his 19,000 Twitter followers today.

Guests can expect a 90-minute show “full of tricks, memories, heart-warming surprises and an exclusive Q&A, all presented in an intimate and relaxed live setting.”

The star of Channel 5 series Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly will be offering dog and puppy owners up and down the country the chance to seek advice from ‘Britain’s best dog trainer’ for all their canine concerns.

Graeme Hall, who has more than 10 years’ experience with a list of celebrity clients, is a Master Dog Trainer with the Guild Of Dog Trainers .



This week our sister site TeamDogs is hosting its first ever Hero Dogs Week, supported by Everypaw Pet Insurance.

Aiming to shine a light on the UK’s incredible furry friends, this week-long celebration will spotlight the everyday heroes who’ve gone above and beyond to help their humans – but we need your help finding them.

So, whether your pup is an emotional support animal who supports your mental health on a daily basis, therapy dog who brings joy to hospital patients, or just a bundle of love and fluff who gets the whole family grinning on rainy days, send in your photos and stories so we can share the love.

To enter your hero dog, simply post your dog’s photo and story on the TeamDogs Pics of dogs page.

With regular appearances on BBC Breakfast and ITV’s This Morning , Graeme has built a glowing reputation on providing quick but long-lasting fixes to almost any dog behavioral problem.

The 55-year-old has one motto, ‘any dog, any age, any problem’ and now he’s offering his fans the chance to benefit from his expertise and get their pooch back on track.

Between the months of April and June 2022, the Yorkshireman will be making appearances at Leeds, Liverpool, Hull, Southampton and Nottingham, to name a few.

APRIL 2022

13 -LEEDS CITY VARIETIES

14 – LLANDUDNO VENUE CYMRU

16 – HALIFAX VICTORIA THEATRE

17 – BUXTON OPERA HOUSE

18 – LIVERPOOL THE AUDITORIUM AT M&S BANK ARENA

20 – CARLISLE SANDS CENTRE

21 – BLACKBURN KING GEORGE’S HALL

22 – CHESTERFIELD WINDING WHEEL

23 – DUDLEY TOWN HALL

24 – SHEFFIELD CITY HALL

27 – HULL CITY HALL

28 – IPSWICH CORN EXCHANGE

29 – FOLKESTONE LEAS CLIFF HALL

30 – DORKING HALLS

MAY 2022

1 – BASINGSTOKE ANVIL ARTS

4 – NEWCASTLE TYNE THEATRE

5 – GLASGOW PAVILION

7 – GUILDFORD G LIVE

8 – BEXHILL DE LA WARR PAVILION

13 – COLCHESTER CHARTER HALL

15 – BOURNEMOUTH PAVILION

16 – PETERBOROUGH NEW THEATRE

18 – CRAWLEY HAWTH

20 – SOUTHAMPTON O2 GUILDHALL

21 – CROYDON FAIRFIELD HALLS

22 – SOUTHEND PALACE

26 – EDINBURGH QUEEN’S HALL

27 – DUNFERMLINE ALHAMBRA

28 – SALFORD LOWRY

29 – NORTHAMPTON DERNGATE

31 – TELFORD OAKENGATES

JUNE 2022

1 – LEICESTER DE MONTFORT HALL

3 – STOKE ON TRENT VICTORIA HALL

5 – NOTTINGHAM ROYAL CONCERT HALL

7 – SWANSEA GRAND THEATRE

9 – HUDDERSFIELD TOWN HALL

10 – LINCOLN ENGINE SHED

11 – SCUNTHORPE THE BATHS HALL

12 – BRIDLINGTON ROYAL HALL

13 – YORK BARBICAN

15 – PLYMOUTH PAVILION

18 – PORTSMOUTH GUILDHALL

19 – LONDON O2 SHEPHERD’S BUSH EMPIRE

You can book tickets here. Prices vary depending on location.





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