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Gyles Brandreth Announces Break A Leg Tour

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Theatrical funnyman Gyles Brandreth has announced his Break A Leg tour.

The actor, author, ex-MP, One Show reporter and QI, Have I Got News For You and Countdown star is back on tour with his new show celebrating all things theatrical. Tickets are on sale now.

Gyles Brandreth Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon July 09 2018 - DARWEN Library Theatre
Sun July 22 2018 - YORK Turn Pot
Sat March 30 2019 - COLCHESTER Arts Centre
Sun March 31 2019 - NORTHAMPTON Royal and Derngate
Sun April 07 2019 - GLOUCESTER Gloucester Guildhall
Mon April 15 2019 - BRIGHTON Komedia
Sat May 04 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Berry Theatre
Sun May 05 2019 - BATH Komedia
Sat May 18 2019 - ARLINGTON Arts CEnter
Sun May 19 2019 - EPSOM Playhouse
Sat June 08 2019 - BRISTOL Redgrave Theatre
Mon June 24 2019 - COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre
Sat July 20 2019 - FARNHAM Maltings
Sat July 27 2019 - NORWICH Playhouse Theatre
Sun July 28 2019 - HERTFORD Theatre

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