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Rhod Gilbert at Southampton Mayflower Theatre

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Rhod Gilbert is a Welsh comedian, TV personality, and radio presenter hailing from Carmarthenshire, West Wales. Born in 1968, he has become one of the country’s favourite comedians, thanks to his stand-up tours and his shows for BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio 4, and BBC Radio 2.

Rhod Gilbert will be performing 1 event in Southampton on Sunday 8th March 2020 at the Mayflower Theatre.

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Sun Mar 8 2020    (Change Date) Southampton, UK UK
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Rhod Gilbert the Book of John
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Venue Information - Southampton Mayflower Theatre

Mayflower Theatre 22-26 Commercial Rd, Southampton SO15 1GE
Telephone: 02380711811
Venue Capacity: 2300
The Mayflower Theatre is a 2,300 capacity performance theatre based on Commercial Road in Southampton. Originally opened way back in 1928, the venue has remained at the forefront of the city's stage show scene to this day, and is still used for plays, musicals, ballet, and everything in between.