Russell Brand on Tour 2017  

After a series of successful shows in 2016, Russell Brand is back for more. The English comedian, actor, radio host, author and activist announced a new stand-up tour of UK and Ireland. The comedian hits the road again in April 2017 for an epic 71-date tour across the UK and Ireland until the end of 2018.

With Re:Birth A Stand Up 2017 tour, Brand claimed he is reinventing himself. He tries to address the questions: “What is real? Who are we? Where did this baby come from?” Meanwhile, he tries to solve the puzzle of modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death.
Ever since he rose to fame in 2003, Russell Brand has established himself as one of the top comedians in the industry. But he is not only funny. Brand is also multi-talented and multifaceted; he doesn't only stand out as a comedian but he has also made it as a broadcaster, actor, author, podcaster, columnist, political commentator, and as a mental health and drug rehabilitation activist.
Here is the kind of sense of humor you can expect:
“I couldn't possibly have sex with someone with such a slender grasp on grammar!”
“Have you been out in society recently? ‘Cause it's SHIT.”
“My dad's philosophy was (and I think still is) that life is a malevolent force, which seeks to destroy you, and you have to struggle with it. Only those who are hard enough will succeed. Most people get crushed, but if you fight, in the end life will go, ‘F.ing hell. This one's serious. Let him through”
Here are the 2017 tour dates:
4 April – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
5 April – Derngate Theatre, Northampton
6 April – Watford Colosseum, Watford
9 April – Orchard Theatre, Dartford
12 April – Harrogate Royal Hall, Harrogate
13 April – Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent
18 April – White Rock Theatre, Hastings
19 April – Lighthouse, Poole
25 April – Central Theatre, Chatham
26 April – Margate Winter Gardens, Margate
27 Apr – Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury
02 May – Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
03 May – New Victoria Theatre, Woking
09 May – Butterworth Hall, Warwick Arts Centre
10 May – New Theatre – Oxford, Oxford
23 May – Southport Theatre & Convention Cntr, Southport
25 May – Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham
29 May – Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
30 May – Richmond Theatre, Richmond
31 May – Colston Hall, Bristol
06 Jun – Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury
08 Jun – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
15 Jun – Embassy Theatre, Skegness, Skegness
19 Jun – Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich
21 Jun – Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
24 Jun – The Auditorium BT Convention Centr, Liverpool Echo Arena
27 Jun – Assembly Hall, Worthing
29 Jun – Stevenage Concert Hall, Stevenage
04 Jul – The Hawth, Crawley
10 Jul – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby
27 Jul – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
01 Aug – Quays Theatre – The Lowry, Salford
19 Sep – Guildhall, Portsmouth
20 Sep – Assembly Halls, Tunbridge Wells
27 Sep – Princess Theatre, Torquay
03 Oct – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
11 Oct – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
12 Oct – York Barbican Centre, York
17 Oct – Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
24 Oct – Reading Hexagon, Reading
31 Oct – Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, London
02 Nov – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
05 Nov – Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
16 Nov – The Anvil, Basingstoke
21 Nov – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
05 Dec – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
13 Dec – City Hall, Newcastle
18 Dec – O2 Academy Brixton, London
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