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Sunday 21 September 2014

Gervais announces Brent gig dates

Ricky Gervais has announced his David Brent gigs

Ricky Gervais has revealed the dates that he will be performing as his character David Brent in the cringey boss' band Foregone Conclusion.

Comedian Ricky created his David Brent character for the BBC TV series The Office, where he famously performed a series of self-penned songs in an episode about a staff training day, and claimed to once have been supported by Texas.

Now, he will return to his popular character when Foregone Conclusion get two real-life shows in London and he has announced the dates and when tickets will go on sale for them.

Ricky tweeted: "Foregone Conclusion will be playing London's Bloomsbury Theatre on the 14th & 23rd of October. Tickets go on sale Tuesday at 10am. Good luck."

He is expected to play the songs David Brent performed in The Office - Free Love Freeway, Spaceman Came Down and Slough.

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