Reginald D. Hunter will bring his new show to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Sunday May 28.

PUBLISHED: 07:00 19 May 2017

Reginald D. Hunter will bring his new show to the Cambridge Corn Exchange next week.

Reginald D. Hunter will bring his new show to the Cambridge Corn Exchange next week.

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Reginald D. Hunter will bring his ‘Some People v Reginald D. Hunter’ tour to the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Sunday May 28.

“During the 15 years in which he has lived in the UK, Reginald’s searingly honest material has garnered him a popular fanbase that spans the generations,” say promoters.

In the past 12 months he has appeared in a critically acclaimed tour of Ireland as well as performing across Europe.

His appearances on television have included 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and the hugely popular three-part BBC2 series Reginald D Hunter’s Songs Of The South which documented Reginald’s road trip from North Carolina to New Orleans through 150 years of American popular song.

Tickets; £25.75 each, are available from www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk

The show starts at 8pm.

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