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Russell Brand - Re:Birth (rescheduled)
This event has been rescheduled to Thu 31 May and will take place at Middlesbrough Town Hall.
Due to unavoidable commitments of both a professional and personal nature, Russell Brand has been forced to move a handful of dates planned for the summer of 2018.
This means that his show at Middlesbrough Town Hall, originally scheduled for Wednesday 25 July next year, has now been brought forward to Thursday 31 May.
Russell has offered his sincere apologies, and the good news is that he has pledged ‘to make the show 20% funnier at no extra cost!’
All tickets remain valid for the rescheduled show, and existing ticketholders who wish to attend the new date need take no further action.
All existing ticket holders are being contacted directly, and refunds will be available to those unable to attend the rescheduled show, with a cut-off date for refunds of Friday 29 September.
What is real? Who are we? Where did this baby come from?
In Re:Birth, Russell Brand wrestles with these questions while unravelling the matrix of modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death. Join one of comedy’s fiercest talents as he tries to make sense of life having just made a new one.
Describing the show, Russell said: “How do we make sense of the madness of our lives once we become parents? What am I going to tell my daughter about conformity and responsibility? What happens if she grows up to be like me or, worse, date someone like me?”
Since rising to fame in 2003, Russell Brand has established himself as one of the world’s most celebrated stand-up comedians.
Aside from stand-up, Russell is also a phenomenally successful broadcaster, actor, author, podcaster, columnist, political commentator as well as mental health and drug rehabilitation activist.
“Arena-level stand-up that asks us to think as well as laugh.” - The Guardian.
“One of the most impressive sights of the comedy year.” - The Telegraph.