Russell Howard is set to extend his 2014 Wonderbox tour across the world following over 17,000 suggestions from his fans after he asked them via Facebook where they'd most like to see him perform. The extra dates will see RUSSELL travel to New York, LA, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC, Denver, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Auckland, as well as add a further four arena dates to his UK tour to include Cardiff, Birmingham, Dublin and Bournemouth. Tickets are available on pre-sale from Wednesday 19th June via See Tickets and Ticketmaster, tickets go on general sale this Friday 21st June, 9.00am. For further information visit www.russell-howard.co.uk.
RUSSELL embarks on his brand new world tour Wonderbox in February 2014, with arena shows across the UK, Ireland, America, Australia and New Zealand, including four consecutive nights at London's Royal Albert Hall. Wonderbox will be RUSSELL's first live stand-up show for three years and follows on from his three-times-extended 2011 tour Right Here, Right Now, which included three sold out dates at London's O2 and saw RUSSELL perform to over 240,000 fans nationwide.
Russell Howard's Good News is on BBC Three, Thursdays at 10pm. The channel's most successful entertainment series, the show was also recently voted the 'Best Ever BBC Three Show' by Digital Spy users, taking the top spot ahead of Gavin and Stacey, Little Britain and Being Human. Russell Howard's Good News peaks at over 5 million viewers a week and is frequently one of the most watched shows on BBC iPlayer, regularly trending globally on Twitter during each episode. RUSSELL HOWARD has over 2.5 million fans on Facebook and alongside LEE EVANS, is the joint-third most searched for comedian on Google.
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