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Comedian Chris Ramsey announces 2018 tour dates for Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex

PUBLISHED: 14:35 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:17 29 November 2017

Stand-up comedian Chris Ramsey. Photo: Contributed

Stand-up comedian Chris Ramsey. Photo: Contributed

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Award-winning stand-up Chris Ramsey brings his new tour to East Anglia next year.

The Celebrity Juice regular, who hosts his own entertainment show and Stand Up show on Comedy Central, has dubbed it The Just Happy To Get Out of the House Tour.

It will include, Chris hopes, some of the greatest life advice ever to be recorded in the history of the world, as he sets out the rules of modern existence for his infant son.

Expect topics including fatherhood, following your dreams, how to be a gentleman, the slow pain of death and the slow pain of slow cookers as Chris tries to navigate the rights and wrongs, dos, don’ts and definitely don’ts of life.

See him at Chelmsford’s Civic Theatre on June 6, Southend’s Palace Theatre on June 14, Norwich Playhouse on June 24 and the Ipswich Regent on July 27.

Tickets are available to SEE Tickets customers now, Ticketmaster users from 10am tomorrow and go on general sale Friday.

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