Russell Hicks to head out on first UK tour

Thursday 8th February 2024, 11:36am

Russell Hicks

American-born comedian Russell Hicks is set to head out on his first tour this autumn with his new show Happy To Be Here.

The blurb says: "It's about his love of being in the UK and how he wants to remain here, much to the bemusement of the British people - why don't we believe him?

"Russell, hailing from the USA, has lived in the UK for 10 years, where he has been performing stand-up for and growing his fanbase off and online. The show will see him navigate his thoughts of living here compared to the USA as well as his experiences of being sober, polyamory and the different types of relationships he is open to as well as what he learned along the way. Although, his parents still think he makes his money through some kind of illegal activity, so this tour is helping him prove his legitimacy to his parents that he's not earning through some nefarious means."


11 October 2024: Bristol, Hen And Chickens Theatre
12 October 2024: Hemel Hempstead, Old Town Hall
13 October 2024: Southend, Palace Theatre
18 October 2024: Andover, The Lights
20 October 2024: Northampton, Royal And Derngate
24 October 2024: Bradford, Ahlbrama Studio
25 October 2024: Maidenhead, Norden Farm
26 October 2024: Bordon, Phoenix Arts Centre,
2 November 2024: Guildford, G Live
8 November 2024: Gloucester, Guildhall
9 November 2024: Havant, The Spring
15 November 2024: Brighton, Komedia
20 November 2024: Liverpool, Hot Water Comedy Club
21 November 2024: Leeds, The Wardrobe
23 November 2024: Salisbury, Arts Centre
29 November 2024: Dorking, Halls
30 November 2024: Luton, Hat Factory
18 January 2025: Swindon, Arts Centre
25 January 2025: Salford, The Lowry
26 January 2025: Newcastle, The Stand
31 January 2025: London, Leicester Square Theatre
1 February 2025: Newbury, Arlington Arts Centre
7 February 2025: Leicester, Firebug
8 February 2025: Colchester, Arts Centre
21 February 2025: Cambridge, Junction
22 February 2025: Bath, Rondo Theatre
28 February 2025: Cranbrook, Queens Theatre
7 March 2025: Amersham, Potters Arms
14 March 2025: Barnard Castle, The Witham
15 March 2025: Glasgow, The Stand
16 March 2025: Edinburgh, The Stand
21 March 2025: Chipping Norton, Theatre
28 March 2025: Crawley, The Hawth
29 March 2025: Chelmsford, Theatre
5 April 2025: Selby, Town Hall
25 April 2025: Birmingham, Mac

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