LBC’s An Audience with Steve Allen
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LBC's An Audience With Steve Allen

He's one the nation's best-loved broadcasters.

He captivates the country every weekday morning with his legendary chat and quick wit.

Multi award-winning LBC presenter, Steve Allen, will take to the stage for one day only, on Sunday 16th February 2020. Enjoy an afternoon with Steve Allen as he reveals all the celebrity gossip and hilarious stories that couldn't make it to air!

Don't miss this one-off, intimate event in aid of LBC's charity Global's Make Some Noise.

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