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Russell Howard at Melbourne Palais Theatre

Russell Howard tour dates and tickets
Russell Howard is an English comedian, actor and TV presenter from Bristol.

Russell Howard will be performing 2 events in Melbourne between Friday 5th February 2021 and Saturday 6th February 2021 at the Palais Theatre.

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Russell Howard in Melbourne - Ticket Options

Fri Feb 5 2021 Melbourne, Australia Australia
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Sat Feb 6 2021 Melbourne, Australia Australia
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Address: Melbourne Palais Theatre, Lower Esplanade, St Kilda, Melbourne, VIC 3182
Telephone: +61 3 9525 3240
Venue Capacity: 2896
The Palais Theatre is a classic 1920's picture house that has been converted into a theatre/venue. With a capacity nearing 3,000, it hosts some of the biggest names in comedy, music and the arts throughout the year.