Comedians don't get much bigger than global phenomenon Jerry Seinfeld. He is coming to the UK for one night only at the London O2 Arena on Friday 3 June. This is his first stand-up performance in the UK since 1998.
Seinfeld is best known for playing a larger-than-life version of himself in the hit sit-com 'Seinfeld', which ran for nine seasons from 1989. After the finale of 'Seinfeld', the New York comic and actor immediately returned to what he loved the most - performing stand-up comedy. In 1998 he performed a week of sold-out stand-up shows in Broadway's Broadhurst Theatre, the last of which was telecast live as an HBO special, "I'm Telling You For The Last Time."
Last time Seinfeld played in the UK, he played to sell-out crowds, despite a date clash with the World Cup final. The American comedy star has long touted the London stand-up scene as inspirational and he's looking forward to performing in front of a UK crowd again.
Expect tickets to go just like the proverbial 'hot cakes.'
|Evenings: Friday 8.45pm|
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|Address:||Denman Street, London W1D 7DY|
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The O2 arena, visually typeset in branding as The O2 arena, is a multi-purpose indoor arena located at the centre of The O2, a large entertainment complex on the Greenwich peninsula in South East London, United Kingdom. With a capacity of up to 23,000 depending on the event, it is one of the largest indoor arenas in Europe alongside the MEN Arena in Manchester, the Lanxess Arena in Cologne and the Belgrade Arena in Belgrade. In 2008, The O2 arena took the crown of the World's Busiest Arena from the MEN Arena, a title which it had held since 2001.