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Comedian John Bishop coming to Ipswich Regent

PUBLISHED: 12:13 10 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:17 10 November 2017

Comedian John Bishop brings new tour Winging It to the Ipswich Regent next January. Photo: Contributed

Comedian John Bishop brings new tour Winging It to the Ipswich Regent next January. Photo: Contributed

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Comedian John Bishop has extended his Winging it tour, including three nights at the Ipswich Regent.

He will be at the theatre from January 23-35. He’ll also be at Southend’s Cliffs Pavilion on March 8. Tickets go on sale at 10am, November 13.

“I’m delighted by the reaction to Winging It. After a three year break since my last live tour, it’s a great feeling to be back out on the road and performing in front of a live audience again,” John said.

“I’ve had nightly standing ovations and the audience reaction has been incredible. I’m really looking forward to continuing the tour into 2018.”

The comedian, presenter and actor is known for shows including A League of Their Own, John Bishop’s Britain and most recently John Bishop: In Conversation With...

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