Comedian Rich Hall set for Cambridge Corn Exchange

PUBLISHED: 07:19 21 February 2018

Comedian Rich Hall set for Cambridge Corn Exchange

Comedian Rich Hall set for Cambridge Corn Exchange

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Comedian Rich Hall is coming to the Cambridge Corn Exchange as part of the venue’s City Roots event series.

The much loved comedian brings his hoedown - which begins as a withering dissection of Trump’s America but ends up being a celebration of Americana - to the city on Tuesday February 27 at 8pm.

It is a mixture of stand-up, improvised ballads and cracking musicianship.

Tickets for the show, £17 each, are available online.

City Roots is a city-wide festival celebrating folk and roots music. There are also performances from Tom Robinson and Ward Thomas on separate nights.

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