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John Bishop at Stoke Regent Theatre

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John Bishop is a British comedian and actor from Liverpool, who often makes appearances on television panel shows such as ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, ‘Would I Lie to You?’ and ‘A League of their Own’, where he features as a team captain.

John Bishop will be performing 1 event in Stoke on Monday 6th September 2021 at the Regent Theatre.

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Mon Sep 6 2021 Stoke, UK UK
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Stoke, Regent Theatre
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Address: Stoke Regent Theatre, Piccadilly, Stoke, ST1 1AP
Telephone: 0844 871 7627
Venue Capacity: 1600
The Regent Theatre is a performance arts venue based in Piccadilly, Stoke. Originally opened in the 1920s as a 'super cinema', it's now used for people to watch anything from musicals, opera, drama, plays, comedy, and anything stage based. It holds an annual pantomime every year, a hit with locals.