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Rob Beckett Adds Two London Dates To Wallop Tour

Monday, 05 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Rob Beckett has extended his Wallop tour into 2020.

The comedian play London's Eventim Apollo on March 6 and 7, following an initial run of shows throughout autumn 2019. Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 10am on November 13.

Rob Beckett Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed October 02 2019 - BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion
Sat October 05 2019 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Sun October 06 2019 - AYLESBURY Waterside
Sat October 12 2019 - BRIGHTON Dome
Sun October 13 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Mayflower
Fri October 18 2019 - COVENTRY Warwick Arts Centre
Sat October 19 2019 - HULL Bonus Arena
Sun October 20 2019 - OXFORD New Theatre
Thu October 24 2019 - YORK Barbican
Fri October 25 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE City Hall
Thu October 31 2019 - IPSWICH Regent Theatre
Sat November 02 2019 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Thu November 07 2019 - BLACKBURN King Georges Hall
Fri November 08 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Centre
Sat November 09 2019 - STOKE Victoria Hall
Thu November 14 2019 - CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
Sat November 16 2019 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Thu November 21 2019 - READING Hexagon Theatre
Fri November 22 2019 - READING Hexagon
Sat November 23 2019 - SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Sun November 24 2019 - SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Thu November 28 2019 - CHELTENHAM Centaur Centre
Sat November 30 2019 - DUBLIN Olympia Theatre
Fri December 06 2019 - PLYMOUTH Pavilions
Sat December 14 2019 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Fri March 06 2020 - LONDON Eventim Apollo
Sat March 07 2020 - LONDON Eventim Apollo

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