Chelsea Handler: Uganda Be Kidding Me
  • West End

US comedian Chelsea Handler will perform in the UK for the first time, on 12 July, at the world-famous London Palladium, with her hugely successful, world-touring show Uganda Be Kidding Me. Tickets for this very special one-off show are on sale from Friday 9th May.

Across the pond, Chelsea Handler is a household name " a superstar talk show host, comedian and author who combines no-holds-barred honesty with no small dose of wit. As the outspoken host of E!s late-night show Chelsea Lately, she puts the world to rights with a menagerie of high-profile star guests. As Piers Morgan and Russell Brand will testify, shes far from being short of an opinion or two. Or a few more. The Uganda Be Kidding Me tour has been drawing crowds across America since February, and Chelsea is now looking forward to her UK debut. For one night only, the wit, wisdom and in-your-face sincerity of Chelsea Handler will be live and direct to a waiting British audience. Seize the day!

www.chelseahandler.com

Tickets: www.livenation.co.uk

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