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Brennan Reece Announces Evermore Stand-Up Tour

Thursday, 06 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Brennan Reece has announced details of his is third UK tour, Evermore.

The star of Live At The Apollo and Roast Battle has lined up 13 shows as part of his solo run next spring, with tickets on sale now.

Brennan Reece Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun February 10 2019 - LEICESTER Exchange
Fri March 22 2019 - KNARESBOROUGH Frazer Theatre
Thu March 28 2019 - CARDIFF Exit 7
Fri April 05 2019 - DAVENHAM Davenham Theatre
Sat April 06 2019 - MANCHESTER Lowry
Sun April 07 2019 - GLAGOW Stand
Thu April 11 2019 - YORK Basement
Sun April 14 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Stand
Fri April 19 2019 - CAMBRIDGE Junction
Sun April 21 2019 - LIVERPOOL Hot Water
Thu April 25 2019 - HULL Kardomah 94
Sat April 27 2019 - SADDLEWORTH Millgate Arts
Sun April 28 2019 - AYTON Hemelvaart Bier Cafe

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