Russell Howard announces new UK tour dates in Birmingham: How to get tickets

Russell Howard has recently added an additional set of dates for his upcoming UK tour in 2023. If you’d like to see him, here’s what you’ll need to know.

Russell Howard will be touring the UK in 2023, with extra dates in Birmingham announced. The comedian is heading out on a massive tour across the UK in the spring, and most of the shows have been sold out for a while.

Tickets for his first set of dates in the city sold out and two more have been announced for anyone who missed out. The comedian will be coming to the Birmingham Hippodrome on June 29 and June 30 as well as his previously announced shows on May 11 and May 12.

He has already sold out 80 of his shows for the tour, including two dates at the O2 Apollo on May 4 and May 5, 2023. In addition to the additional Birmingham shows he has since announced extra tour dates in Manchester, Leicester, Brighton, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Southend and Oxford.

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    Russell Howard is perhaps best known for his time as a regular on Mock the Week, alongside the likes of Hugh Dennis, Andy Parsons and Frankie Boyle. Since his time on Mock the Week, he has enjoyed a lucrative solo stand up career including his own show on Sky ‘The Russell Howard Hour’.

    How to get tickets to see Russell Howard in Birmingham

    Tickets to see Russell Howard’s shows in Birmingham can be purchased on Ticketmaster. Currently, they are priced at £37.70 each.

    Full list of Russell Howard 2023 UK tour dates

    • Reading: The Hexagon, March 16
    • Southend: Cliffs Pavilion, March 17 + 18 and July 13 + 14
    • Leicester: De Montfort Hall, March 19 and June 22 + 23
    • Plymouth: Plymouth Pavilions, March 23 + 24
    • Cardiff: Cardiff International Arena, March 25 + 26
    • Torquay: Princess Theatre, March 30 + 31
    • Swansea: Swansea Arena, April 1 + 2
    • Woking: New Victoria Theatre, April 6
    • Oxford: New Theatre, April 7 and July 15 + 16
    • Cambridge: Corn Exchange, April 9
    • Aberystwyth: Arts Centre, April 11 + 12
    • Sheffield: City Hall, April 14 - 16
    • Bristol: Hippodrome, April 19 - 23
    • London: The Palladium, April 25 - 29
    • Manchester: O2 Apollo, May 4 + 5 and June 24 + 25
    • Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, May 6 + 7
    • Birmingham: Hippodrome, May 11 + 12 and June 29 + 30
    • Newcastle: O2 City Hall, May 13 + 14
    • Glasgow: O2 Academy, May 17 + 18 
    • York: Grand Opera House, May 20
    • Lincoln: The Engine Shed, May 21
    • Norwich: Theatre Royal: May 23 + 24
    • Liverpool: Empire Theatre, May 15 - 27
    • Isle of Man: Villa Gaiety May 28 + 29
    • Belfast: Waterfront Hall, June 1
    • Bournemouth: International Centre, June 2 - 4
    • Dublin: Vicar Street, June 8 - 11
    • Brighton: Brighton Dome, June 15 + 16 and July 1 + 2
    • Portsmouth: Guildhall, June 17 + 18
    • Glasgow: Theatre Royal: July 6 + 7
    • Aberdeen: Music Hall: July 8 + 9

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