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Frankie Boyle at Stoke Victoria Hall

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Frankie Boyle is a comedian and television personality from Glasgow.

Frankie Boyle will be performing 1 event in Stoke on Tuesday 23rd May 2023 at the Victoria Hall.

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Frankie Boyle in Stoke - Ticket Options

Tue May 23 2023 Stoke, UK UK
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Frankie Boyle Lap of Shame
Stoke, Victoria Hall
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Frankie Boyle Lap Of Shame Tour
Stoke, Victoria Hall
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Address: Stoke Victoria Hall, Bagnall Street, Stoke, ST1 3AD
Telephone: 08448717649
Venue Capacity: 1500
Victoria Hall is a concert hall based on Bagnall Street in Stoke. One of the city's most popular and longest-standing venues, it has hosted countless events over the years and is busy every month. Recently, it hosted Slash's first home-coming gig - the first time in 25 years.