Wednesday 18 October 2017


Russell Brand adds second Cheltenham date

After a huge demand for tickets for his May stand-up show at Cheltenham Town Hall, Russell brand is set to return to town for a second time in July 2017.

Hugely-popular thanks to his sharp style of comedy, tickets for Russell Brand’s Re: Birth tour at Cheltenham Town Hall were snapped up quickly – and now die-hard fans of the controversial comedian have a second chance to see him live when he returns to town this summer.

Adding another date to his eagerly-anticipated UK tour, Brand has announced he will return to Cheltenham Town Hall to showcase his refreshing wit and acerbic style of humour on Thursday 20 July 2017.

Set to entertain audiences with his troubled tales and hilariously astute observations having recently become a father, Gloucestershire comedy-lovers are in for a treat, and will be racing to get their hands on tickets when they go on sale on Wednesday 22 February 2017.

For more information, see Russell Brand at Cheltenham Town Hall, call 0844 576 2210, or visit cheltenhamtownhall.org.uk directly.

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Tuesday 21 February 2017

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