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Dave Chappelle adds new date to London run: how to get tickets

Dave Chappelle hits UK for London 2021 performances

American comic to play dates at the Eventim Apollo throughout October

Controversial, award-winning stand-up Dave Chappelle has rescheduled his London tour dates to October and added a performance. Tickets are on general sale now. Tickets for his additional date go on sale at 10am on Wednesday 18 August.

Chappelle began performing stand-up when he was 14, and has since enjoyed a film and television career spanning more than 20 years, making appearances in The Nutty Professor, Half Baked and the wildly successful sketch comedy Chappelle's Show.

As a stand-up, he gained notoriety for fearlessly tackling hot button issues including race, sex, gender and politics. His latest special, 8:46, was a powerful meditation on the murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement, and was critically acclaimed for its potent mixture of comedy and social commentary.

His live performances in London come off the back of his latest venture into podcasting, The Midnight Miracle, with co-hosts Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey.

Dave Chappelle's 2021 London tour dates:
Tuesday 12 October – Eventime Apollo, London (NEW DATE)
Wednesday 13 October – Eventim Apollo, London
Thursday 14 October – Eventim Apollo, London
Saturday 16 October – Eventim Apollo, London
Tuesday 19 October – Eventim Apollo, London
Wednesday 20 October – Eventim Apollo, London
Thursday 21 October – Eventim Apollo, London

Tickets for Dave Chappelle's shows are on general sale now. Tickets for his additional date go on sale at 10am on Wednesday 18 August.

Dave Chappelle

The internationally recognized stand-up comedian and actor’s trademark wit and sharp, irreverent social commentary explores race, popular culture, sex, drugs, politics, and fame. Arguably the most-touring comic on the circuit, Chappelle has performed more than 1,600 concerts worldwide in the past four years, selling out…