The Office on tour: Ricky Gervais confirms David Brent tour dates
Cringe-inducing middle manager will play two shows at London's Bloomsbury Theatre
Ricky Gervais will be playing gigs next month as David Brent, his cringe-inducing character from BBC comedy, The Office.
The comedian revealed that he will be joined by his fictional band Foregone Conclusion (once supported by a little-known Scottish act named 'Texas') for two shows at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre next month over Brent’s Twitter account.
He tweeted on Sunday afternoon: "Foregone Conclusion will be playing London’s Bloomsbury Theatre on the 14th & 23rd of October. Tickets go on sale Tuesday at 10am. Good luck."
He's like to play such 'hits' including ‘Free Love Freeway', 'Spaceman Came Down' and 'Slough'.
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