The Yorkshire-born stand-up had booked a number of work-in-progress dates at The Hob in Forest Hill, London.
Priced at just £3, all 14 gigs for February and March 2012 sold out swiftly after going on general sale.
All shows at the venue will start at 8pm and run for 90 minutes to two hours with no interval.
"Over the next couple of months - I am going to be writing and previewing a new stand-up comedy show before taking it to Australia and then on to the Edinburgh Festival," Kitson told fans in an email to his mailing group.
"It's called Where Once Was Wonder and I'm not yet entirely sure what it's about, I think it's likely to be about change and impossibility and defiance and inevitability all topped off with lashings of arrogance and self-doubt I should imagine."
He added: "I'm really looking forward to it. I've not written a stand-up show since the start of 2009 or indeed, any new show at all since July 2010."
Kitson was last year named the favourite 'Comedian's Comedian' in a poll by TV channel Dave, ahead of Billy Connolly, Eddie Izzard and Tommy Cooper.
Watch a clip of Daniel Kitson live at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala below: