2020 tour for Matt Richardson | 18 dates for his Imposter show

2020 tour for Matt Richardson

18 dates for his Imposter show

Stand-up and broadcaster Matt Richardson has announced a 2020 tour.

In Imposter, he tells anecdotes from television career, and describes how he feels like he doesn’t belong there – or even belong as an adult.

Richardson quit his Virgin Radio job just before the Edinburgh Fringe run of this show to concentrate on his comedy career.

Other TV credits include  The Stand Up Sketch Show, Celebrity Juice, Love Island: Aftersun, Celebrity Haunted Mansion and Comedy Central’s Roast Battle.

The tour kicks off in Guildford on February 6 and runs for 18 dates until ending in Canterbury on April 17. Schedule.

Published: 8 Oct 2019

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