Russell Howard — Round The World Tour (Mar 2017)

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Good news! Russell Howard is taking a break from his "Russell Howard's Good News" show on the telly to head back out on tour.

This will be his first big tour for three years, and he's not messing about this time. "Round The World" will be his biggest global tour to date, and includes the longest run of dates by a single comedian at the Royal Albert Hall.

 

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