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Russell Howard Tickets

Howard began his comedy career in 2004 when he worked on the comedy radio show The Milk Run for BBC Radio 1.He wrote the show and sang and performed on it. He has also had roles in several other radio shows such as BBC Radio 4's Political Animal. TV-wise, Howard was a regular panellist on Mock The Week up until 2010, a role which gained him a lot of popularity. He has also appeared an a variety of other popular comedy shows such as Live At The Apollo, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and many more. These appearances allowed him to build up a fan base and gain a reputation. He was a co-host on The Russell Howard Show along with friend and comedian Jon Richardson on BBC 6 Music between 2006 and 2008, but he left the show because he felt that radio was too restricting, and he could not sense the audience's reaction when on the radio. He preferred to perform in front of people. In 2009, the first episode of his new BBC 3 show, Russell Howard's Good News, aired. This show was aimed at young people aged under 25, and covered news topics, with Howard giving his take on them and sharing some of the more positive news stories to lessen the doom and gloom of the usual news. The show became the highest ever rating entertainment series on BBC. The show was set to continue for two more series', but has recently seen its seventh series. It was voted BBC 3's best ever show. Howard is one of the most popular live comedians and has had to extend two of his tours twice to meet the popular demand. At the Chortle Comedy Awards in 2009, he won the Best Theatre Show award. In 2014, Howard will be venturing on a world tour entitled “Wonderbox”.

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