Russell Howard announces extra UK tour dates in Manchester - how to book tickets

Russell Howard announces two extra shows at the Opera House in Manchester as part of his massive UK tour in 2023.

Russell Howard has added two extra show dates in Manchester to his 2023 UK tour. The English comedian is heading out on a massive tour across the UK in the spring, and most of the shows have been sold out for a while.

Howard is best known for Mock of the Week and his own show Good News, and has been called “the uplifting Comedy King”. He currently presents The Russell Howard Show on Sky Max, and released a stand-up special on Netflix last year.

He has already sold out 80 of his shows for the tour, including two dates at the O2 Apollo on May 4 and May 5, 2023. He has since announced two extra tour dates in Manchester along with extra shows in Leicester, Birmingham, Brighton, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Southend and Oxford.

Most Popular

    Russell Howard will perform at the Opera House in Manchester on Saturday June 24 and Sunday June 25 2023. Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming shows.

    How to get tickets for Russell Howard in Manchester

    Tickets for both Russell Howard shows at the Opera House in Manchester are available now at £35.75 via Ticketmaster.

    Russell Howard 2023 UK tour

    • Reading: The Hexagon, March 16
    • Southend: Cliffs Pavilion, March 17 + 18 and July 13 + 14
    • Leicester: De Montfort Hall, March 19 and June 22 + 23
    • Plymouth: Plymouth Pavilions, March 23 + 24
    • Cardiff: Cardiff International Arena, March 25 + 26
    • Torquay: Princess Theatre, March 30 + 31
    • Swansea: Swansea Arena, April 1 + 2
    • Woking: New Victoria Theatre, April 6
    • Oxford: New Theatre, April 7 and July 15 + 16
    • Cambridge: Corn Exchange, April 9
    • Aberystwyth: Arts Centre, April 11 + 12
    • Sheffield: City Hall, April 14 - 16
    • Bristol: Hippodrome, April 19 - 23
    • London: The Palladium, April 25 - 29
    • Manchester: O2 Apollo, May 4 + 5 and June 24 + 25
    • Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, May 6 + 7
    • Birmingham: Hippodrome, May 11 + 12 and June 29 + 30
    • Newcastle: O2 City Hall, May 13 + 14
    • Glasgow: O2 Academy, May 17 + 18 
    • York: Grand Opera House, May 20
    • Lincoln: The Engine Shed, May 21
    • Norwich: Theatre Royal: May 23 + 24
    • Liverpool: Empire Theatre, May 15 - 27
    • Isle of Man: Villa Gaiety May 28 + 29
    • Belfast: Waterfront Hall, June 1
    • Bournemouth: International Centre, June 2 - 4
    • Dublin: Vicar Street, June 8 - 11
    • Brighton: Brighton Dome, June 15 + 16 and July 1 + 2
    • Portsmouth: Guildhall, June 17 + 18
    • Glasgow: Theatre Royal: July 6 + 7
    • Aberdeen: Music Hall: July 8 + 9

    This article contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission on items purchased through this article, but that does not affect our editorial judgement.