— June 28th, 2010
Monday 12th July 2010 - the award winning Morris Dancing Stand up Show hits London's Southbank - tickets are here
I've made a short thing for BBCi - please click here to watch it - it's about the origins of tennis and is with Andrew Castle (GMTV, ex-tennis pro, strictly come dancing etc)
Flanders tour is in full swing, two dates to go...
— May 19th, 2010
Sorry not to have written for so long.
Following last year's chaos they've let me back - I'm doing a show on the southbank -details and tickets are here - it's my award winning show about morris dancing from London to Norwich - it's a really funny show and a great way to spend a monday night (that's MONDAY 12TH JULY)
Flanders is back on tour - dates will be here very soon. Come and see flanders if it's near you. It's a great show.
And finally, I'm playing myself in the new Clint Eastwood film. I know, really wierd. More details to follow when I have them. Apparently, he's read my book...it doesn't get wierder than that...the book is still for sale here if you'd like to read it too.
Thanks for reading and hopefully see you on the south bank on the 12th July.
— June 20th, 2009
Fullmooners was totally sold out last night, the atmosphere was incredible and the usual chaos ensued. The show finished outside on the grass under the london eye and the stars. A great night.
Today the Flanders tour continues - Southend on Sea - i've never played there before, joining me on the piano tonight is the very talented Mr Simon Townley - for more details on Flanders 2009 tour dates click here
The posters have gone up on the south bank for the first ever bath show in London - Tuesday 14th July - it has been recommended in TIMEOUT - tickets are selling fast so please do click here and come along with loofas, ducks and laughs for what promises to be a brilliant night out
'Tim FitzHigham is unhinged - he is completely without hinges' Eddie Izzard
— May 6th, 2009
On Tuesday 14th JULY 2009 at 7PM the MULTI-AWARD WINNING BATH SHOW comes to London
Details are here
This show has played all over the world but never in London - come, bring your rubber ducks, loofas and laughter to the large inflatable purple cow. It's to celebrate the bath book becoming a handy paper back size...details to follow.
'There's a fine line between madness and genius and Tim has definitely crossed it...I'm not sure which way he was going at the time' RICHARD HAMMOND
— November 23rd, 2008
A new version of Tim's showreel is available here. A short video whizzing through some of the many things he's been up to recently!
— July 23rd, 2008
In 1599 Shakespeare's greatest clown Will Kemp had a blazing row with The Bard.
Kemp stormed off on a quest to discover the true nature of comedy by Morris Dancing to Norwich in 9 days.
In 1600 he wrote a poem about it - in 2008 Tim read it. Come and hear live what happened next...
The Bard's Fool - Tim's new show, will debut at Edinburgh. Details and how to book tickets are here.
Tim's past Edinburgh shows have sold out, been critics choice in the Times, Sunday Times, Telegraph, Evening Standard, Scotsman, Time Out, Observer, Independent, and Metro. He has burnt duck on Ready Steady Cook, played in the mud on Channel 4's Time Team and recently attempted to ruin a film with Sir Anthony Hopkins.
— June 27th, 2008
Tim's first book is out. It's the true story of his epic trip 200 miles in a third of a tonne roll top Victorian copper bath.
The book is available now in all good bookshops. Or, why not buy it online!
About Tim and the Book
"There’s a fine line between madness and genius – Tim has well and truly crossed it. I’m still not sure which direction he was going in at the time. Tim FitzHigham, I salute you. And thank you for making this epic, hilarious and mostly terrifying voyage." - Richard Hammond
"Tim is one of those special people you meet rarely in life..I respect him very much for being who he is, and not at all afraid of it!" - Dame Ellen MacAthur
"Tim FitzHigham is unhinged. He is completely without hinges" - Eddie Izzard
"The fragile spirit of British eccentricity lies in the horned hands of this idiot. God help us! " - Suggs
— March 12th, 2008
To commemorate Tim's successful crossing of the English Channel in a bath, Thomas Crapper and Co are pleased to announce the availability of The FitzHigham - a fine toilet worthy of the name.
For every toilet sold Thomas Crapper and Co will make a donation to Comic Relief - genuine comic relief and toilet humour nirvana in one stunning bit of porcelain.
For further information, please email [email protected].