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Josh Widdicombe at Leeds Town Hall

Josh Widdicombe tour dates and tickets
Josh Widdicombe is a Devon born comedian who came into the spotlight through appearances on Mock The Week and The Last Leg.

Josh Widdicombe will be performing 1 event in Leeds on Wednesday 11th December 2019 at the Town Hall.

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Wed Dec 11 2019    (Change Date) Leeds, UK UK
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Venue Information - Leeds Town Hall

Town Hall The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AD
Telephone: 0113 247 6647
Venue Capacity: 1200
The Town Hall is a 1,200 capacity concert hall based on The Headrow in Leeds. First built way back in 1858, it was originally used as a community centre, and has survived through two world wars to this day to become one of the city's most popular locations for live music (though the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club almost put an end to that after literally shaking the floor of the room back in 2003), film screenings (the Leeds International Film Festival uses it as a venue), and even an annual BEER festival!