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Ticket details announced for return of Sarah Millican in pair of Ipswich Regent shows

PUBLISHED: 20:11 27 June 2017 | UPDATED: 09:10 28 June 2017

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British comedy queen Sarah Millican is set to return to Ipswich next summer following her successful sold out show on her latest tour.

The 42-year-old comedy star has booked two dates at the Ipswich Regent for June 29 and 30 2018 for her new show, Control Enthusiast.

The South Shields-born comedienne will appear at the venue following a sold-out appearance at the theatre in 2016.

Her Control Enthusiast show has been described as funny and frank, with her dry, deadpan-humour in full flow.

Tickets for the two shows will go on presale from Thursday, June 29 from 10am, before going on general sale this Friday, also from 10am.

A host of other top-line comedians are already lined up for the Ipswich Regent this year, including Jon Richardson, Ricky Gervais, Milton Jones and Henning Wehn.

To book tickets visit www.ipswichregent.com or call the box office on 01473 433100.

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