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Alan Carr at Oxford New Theatre

Alan Carr tour dates and tickets
Alan Carr is an English television presenter and comedian hailing from Weymouth, Dorset. Born in 1976, he moved to Manchester in his 20s in hopes of finding a better life, soon after made his debut as a comedian.

Alan Carr will be performing 1 event in Oxford on Sunday 22nd November 2020 at the New Theatre.

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Sun Nov 22 2020 Oxford, UK UK
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Address: Oxford New Theatre, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AG
Telephone: 08448 713020
Venue Capacity: 1800
The New Theatre is a live music venue and theatre based on George Street in Oxford. Formerly known as The Apollo, it has been used as a location for bands, singers, performers, musicals, comedians, and many other entertainers to take to the stage since opening way back in the late 1800s.