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    Russell Howard: Respite tickets

    Comedian Russell Howard returns to the stand-up circuit with new show Respite at the Eventim Apollo. Tackling politics, personal relationships and everything in between, Howard stops off in London as part of an international tour.

    Best known for his energetic performance and mannerisms on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, Respite is an impressive display of new material from Howard. Straddling a variety of topics that are sure to tickle your funny bone, the show is one man’s attempt to find some sense in a world that’s become increasingly absurd.

    Russell Howard is a Chortle Award-winning comedian who made his break at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. A regular on television comedy shows, his headline projects – including Russell Howard’s Good News on BBC Three and Netflix’s Recalibrate - tap into the frantic and farcical zeitgeist of modern life.

    The name says it all: Respite at the Eventim Apollo is guaranteed to offer a hilarious escape from reality – all whilst sending it up. Catch the show for a limited run from 18 September 2020.

    Performance dates: 25 Aug 2021 - 29 Aug 2021

    Running time: TBC

    Age recommendation: TBC

    Special notice: Fans of Russell Howard’s energetic appearances on television panel shows should snap up tickets for Respite.

    Sorry this show closed 29 August 2021, we recommend these similar productions.

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    Latest audience reviews

    loriritchie 11 Sep 2021
    loriritchie 11 Sep 2021
    loriritchie 11 Sep 2021
    loriritchie 11 Sep 2021

    As soon as we entered the theatre, I could tell this was going to be a brilliant show. The atmosphere... More

    samirac 26 Aug 2021

    As soon as we entered the theatre, I could tell this was going to be a brilliant show. The atmosphere was lively, aided by the sets features of purple lighting against a red curtain. The music in which you enter also helps create a brilliant atmosphere. Russell Howard’s stage precedence and comedic timing was absolutely brilliant. He is indeed as funny and good looking as he is on the television.

    samirac 26 Aug 2021

    russell howard is as funny as ever

    laureny Top 100 reviewer27 Aug 2021
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