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US comedian Bill Burr has announced another date for his UK tour taking place in early 2019.
He’ll now also be appearing at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 5 March 2019, with tickets on sale from Friday 30 November at 10:00.
The 50 Tour kicks off in Glasgow on 28 February 2019, stopping at Birmingham and Manchester before finishing with two dates at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall.
Known for his no-punches-pulled stand-up routines, Burr is one of the most popular comedians working today, regularly selling out theatres across the globe with his anger-filled anecdotes.
The Boston born comic is also the brains behind the hit Netflix show F Is for Family. The show, which Burr stars in as well, is due to drop its third season onto the streaming giant on 30 November 2018. Burr’s latest stand-up special, Walk Your Way Out is also available to watch now on Netflix.
Alongside F Is for Family, Burr has also appeared on TV shows such as New Girl, The Simpsons, Crashing and Breaking Bad. The comedian has starred on the big screen in films such as Stand Up Guys, Walk Of Shame, Daddy’s Home 1&2 and The Frontrunner.
In 2007, Burr launched the Monday Morning Podcast. The weekly podcast sees Burr discussing current affairs, sports and events in his life without a filter. The comic also features regularly on other podcasts and has appeared on shows such as WTF with Marc Maron, The Joe Rogan Experience and You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes.
Don’t miss your chance to see a comedian who is truly at the top of his game, when Bill Burr tours the UK early next year.
Here are the dates:
28 February 2019 – SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
1 March 2019 – Resorts World Arena, Glasgow
2 March 2019 – O2 Apollo Manchester
4 March 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London
5 March 2019 – Royal Albert Hall, London
Tickets for Bill Burr’s new London date will be available from 10:00 Friday 30 November 2018. Any remaining tickets for all other dates are available now. Grab them through Ticketmaster.co.uk