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Alan Carr’s Got A Lot To Chat About At Upcoming London Show | Events

  He’s brought us his Tooth Fairy and Spexy Beast live shows; now rib-tickling funnyman Alan Carr ends his new Yap Yap Yap tour tomorrow (December 19) at London’s Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, and tickets are still available.   Carr burst on to the UK comedy scene in 2001, winning the BBC New Comedy Award, beating comedian Russell Howard, who also[…]

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Act Now To See Russell Howard On His 2016 Warm Up Gigs | Events

  For those of you that can’t wait until 2017’s ‘Round The World’ tour, popular stand-up comedian Russell Howard will be playing a handful of warm up gigs in 2016. The tickets are priced at a bargain £7 plus 70p booking fee, but you’ve got to be quick if you want to snap one up! Many dates are already sold out, but[…]

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Catch Citizen Khan On His May 2016 Arena Tour | Events

  Adil Ray‘s comic creation Citizen Khan is embarking on an arena tour, and tickets go on sale today (December 17). The ‘They All Know Me!’ tour opens on May 5, 2016, at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley, before heading up north to Ray’s hometown of Birmingham, for a show on May 6, 2016, at the city’s Genting Arena. The tour[…]

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Act Now To Get Priority Tickets For Michael McIntyre’s One-Off Charity Show | Events

  Laughter fans listen up! Comedy juggernaut Michael McIntyre is playing a one-off show on February 26, 2016 at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. McIntyre will be performing alongside what’s been promised as an all-star line up. Tickets go on sale to the general public tomorrow (December 18) at 10am, but I have a special link that takes you to the Eventim[…]

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Trevor Noah Live At Hammersmith Apollo – Tuesday, December 22 | Events

  Here’s an early Christmas present for you: comedian Trevor Noah, who replaced Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show this year, brings his sharp stand-up routines to London, for a 2-night residency at Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo, from December 21-22, 2015.   Noah’s spiky humour takes an unflinching look at race and politics. But not everyone was pleased with him[…]

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