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  • Russell Howard

    Mar 30, 2019

  • Colbie Caillat

    Apr 9, 2019

  • We Came As Romans

    Apr 16, 2019

  • Plastic Cup Boyz

    Apr 28, 2019

  • Andrea Gibson

    May 4, 2019

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Russell Howard

March 30, 2019

Back after his critically acclaimed debut US tour in 2016, one of Britain's most successful young comedians will be once again making you squirm with his inimitably and sometimes rude yet always springy, cheerful comedy. With his impish personality and his boy-next-door smile, he creates joy from everyday observations, and is never afraid to poke fun at the news, and those who make it.

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Colbie Caillat

April 9, 2019

Caillat has been making headlines this year, for both her anti-photoshop video for single Try and the two stage release of her latest album Gypsy Heart. She's touring her new songs this summer, along with her past hits like Realize and the Grammy Award winning Jason Mraz duet Lucky.

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We Came As Romans

April 16, 2019

Metalcore band We Came As Romans prepare to grace venues across America with their catchy and high energy hits. Their last release was their fifth studio album Cold Like War, noting how it epitomises the struggles and trials of life, and how you overcome them.

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Plastic Cup Boyz

April 28, 2019

Join iconic comedian Kevin Hart and his band of merrymaking brothers Joey Wells, Will "Spank" Horton and Na'im Lynn as they hit the road with their comic creation Plastic Cup Boys. Each comedian will perform their own set, while Mr Hart plays host, and each will regale you with a their witty observations on a range of topics, including college, eye brows and cat clocks. Intrigued?

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Andrea Gibson

May 4, 2019

In an era of fake news and incendiary tweets, words can cleave nations in two and sow the seeds of social media meltdown. But a new generation of poets seek to reclaim the written and spoken word, upholding its emotional power and masterfully commenting topical issues with nuance and artfulness. Once such poet is Boulder, Colorado's Andrea Gibson, a wordsmith and activist whose works explore gender, love, social reform and the struggles that the LGBQT face.

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