The following press release was sent out today:
Eros Comedy presents: The Tour To Settle The Score: An Audience With “Rowdy” Roddy Piper; Debut spoken word tour for WWE Hall Of Famer, icon & cult movie legend.
Tour Website: ErosComedy.com
Tour Twitter Feed: @ErosComedy
Tour Facebook Page: Facebook.com/ErosComedy
In the wrestling world there’s just a handful of stars that have transcended the squared circle and cemented their legacy as icons of popular culture. There’s no doubt that “Rowdy” Roddy Piper is a member of that elite. In a career spanning five decades this brash, kilt wearing antagonist has been loved, hated and admired in equal measure by hordes of fans across the globe. Now he’s bringing his storied roller-coaster of a life story to the UK for his first ever live spoken word Q&A tour.
Universally regarded as one of the greatest talkers in the history of professional wrestling, Roddy is all but unparalleled with a live microphone in his hand. This live, uncensored Q&A will put the WWE Hall Of Famer in his element. No complications, no refinements… Just Roddy and his fans with nothing in between. No two shows on the tour will be the same.
Support will be provided by Billy Kirkwood & Chris Brooker with extracts from their sell out Edinburgh festival show “I Am The Tag Team Champions”. There will also be a limited number of VIP tickets available that include a photo opportunity and autograph.
Tickets are on sale now and you can find out where to get yours from ErosComedy.com. VIP tickets selling fast but some are still available.
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Saturday 12th July: Dublin, The Village
Sunday 13th July: Cork, Cypress Avenue
Monday 14th July: Inverness, The Ironworks
Tuesday 15th July: Glasgow, The Garage
Wednesday 16th July: Edinburgh, Studio 24
Thursday 17th July: Belfast, The Empire Music Hall
Sunday 20th July: Sheffield, Memorial Hall
Monday 21st July: Newcastle, The Stand
Tuesday 22nd July: Manchester, The Comedy Store
Wednesday 23rd July: Nottingham, The Glee Club
Saturday 26th July: London, Leicester Square Theatre
Sunday 27th July: Cardiff, The Glee Club
Monday 28th July: Birmingham, The Glee Club