Scottish stand-up star Kevin Bridges has announced two extra dates at the Glasgow SECC in October and November – with tickets on sale today, and the proceeds going to charity.
The first night will take place October 3 at the SECC, Clyde Auditorium in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
The second evening will take place, also at the SECC, Clyde Auditorium, on November 9 with the money raised going towards helping the Yorkhill Children’s Hospital.
Tickets for both shows are on sale from ticketsoup.com or by phoning 0844 395 4000.
Kevin told us: "The demand for tickets from the people of Glasgow was quite humbling and putting on two more shows to help out good causes is something that I'm delighted to be able to do.
"I've made a few visits to Yorkhill and the Beatson unit and it is both sad and uplifting at the same time. I hope this money helps and thanks to everybody for coming out to see me. Looking forward to making you laugh."
It’s been a massive year for the young stand-up. He has already sold out 70 nights for his ever-growing Autumn tour.
His first UK TV series, What’s The Story? also broadcasted earlier this year, seeing Kevin setting out to discover the reality behind some of his onstage material.
His debut DVD Kevin Bridges What’s The Story ... Live In Glasgow was the a hit upon its release in 2010. (Watch our interview with Kevin about that above.)
Bridges’ follow-up DVD will be recorded on October 12 at the SECC Arena in Glasgow, and set for release by Universal Pictures in November 2012.
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