Dom Joly: The Conspiracy Tour promotional artwork. Acid yellow background. A cartoon illustration of Dom Jolly's head emerging from the beam of a UFO. Icon associated with other conspiracy theories can also been seen in the beam - a headless pigeon with coloured wires protruding from its neck, a flat Earth, a cruise liner, the Illuminati eye. Text reads 'Dom Jolly The Conspiracy Tour.' The 'O' in 'Dom' is a colourful cell.
Dom Joly: The Conspiracy Tour promotional artwork. Acid yellow background. A cartoon illustration of Dom Jolly's head emerging from the beam of a UFO. Icon associated with other conspiracy theories can also been seen in the beam - a headless pigeon with coloured wires protruding from its neck, a flat Earth, a cruise liner, the Illuminati eye. Text reads 'Dom Jolly The Conspiracy Tour.' The 'O' in 'Dom' is a colourful cell.

Dom Joly: Conspiracy Tourist

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Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean you’re not being followed!

Dom Joly has been off travelling the globe again. This time, he’s been looking into some of the strangest and weirdest conspiracy theories in existence.

Now, he’s set to embark on a rather unique theatre tour, where Dom will be providing a hilarious, fascinating, and slightly anarchic guide to the wacky world of conspiracies.

1. Is the earth flat?
2. Does Finland exist?
3. Did JFK commit suicide?
4. Are Q Anon mentally ill?
5. Is Bill Gates using vaccines to take control of your mind?
6. Is Denver Airport a massive panic room for the Illuminati?
7. Are UFO’s piloted by lizards?

In the spirt of fairness, Dom will also be inviting a well-known and highly respected conspiracy theorist, Dr Julian Northcote, to take the stage and defend the alternate view.

Due to the extremely controversial views aired in the show, security will be at an optimum and audiences are warned that angry demonstrations are very likely – or is that just another conspiracy?!

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