And the tour will include a dates at Sheffield City Hall on October 23 and Nottingham’s Glee Club on October 27.
Having quickly established himself as one of the leading lights of British comedy, James has notched up a plethora of award nominations, including Best Comedy Show at the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and taking home the Best International Show Award at the 2014 New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
Last year, he won the Best Breakthrough and Best Show honours at the Chortle Awards.
In addition to his glowing stand-up career, James has also just filmed a brand new series for BBC Three, titled Sounds Random.
Part-chat show,part-music video, the 15-part series of shorts sees James invite an array of stellar music guests to hit shuffle on their music library and discuss randomly selected tracks from their collections.
James is also well known for his comedy-documentary Sweet Home Kettering in which he visits Lahnstein in Germany, the official twin town of his home town of Kettering, so he can see the whole picture of Kettering and, therefore, himself.
James has also made a host of television appearances including Live at the Apollo and Have I Got News For You (both BBC1), Mock The Week (BBC2), Live from the BBC and Russell Howard’s Good News (both BBC3) and 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4).
His radio appearances include a regular guest spot on fellow comic Josh Widdicombe’s XFM show and Findings for BBC Radio 4.
Tickets for his Nottingham show are available now on 0871 4720400 or www.glee.co.uk while tickets for his Sheffield show are available on 0114 2789789 or www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk
Please note: This show contains strong language and is suitable for over-15s only.