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Roy Chubby Brown to Gothenburg


Ben Kendall 2011-09-05


Controversial British comedian Roy Chubby Brown has announced his first tour of Sweden. Included is a performance at Stora Teatern in Gothenburg on December 10.

The 66-year-old is a high profile comic on the British stand-up scene. As his material is often highly sexist and contains a lot of strong language, he is rarely seen on TV. However, he has sold millions of DVDs.

Tickets are 200 kronor and can be purchased through Ticnet.

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