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Rob Brydon

March 15, 2024

Rob regales audiences with hilarious tales from his distant and recent past.

Why See Rob Brydon?

Comedy & Stand-up

back by popular demand!

Ever-charming Welsh gent Rob Brydon brings a fantastic new live show to audiences across the UK. Setting off with his brilliant band in tow, A Night of Songs and Laughter is set to be a delectable evening of song, stories, and impressions. Mining his recent and distant past, join Brydon as he looks back over his extraordinary life and career, detailing his journey from South Wales to Hollywood, and back again.

Veering into National Treasure status, Rob Brydon is a consummate showman. As comfortable in a drama as he is in comedy, his multi-faceted talent has seen him star in many of the UK's finest shows of the last 20 years. Whilst he might be known as Steve Coogan's best mate elsewhere, we know that Brydon is one of our shining lights, in his own right!

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Performance date: 15 March 2024

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You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

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