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Russell Brand stand-up shows postponed amid sexual assault allegations

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Russell Brand’s stand-up shows over the next 10 days have been postponed following allegations of sexual assault.The comedian was set to perform his Bipolarisation show at the Theatre Royal Windsor on Tuesday (September 19), Plymouth Pavilions on Friday (September 22) and The Halls Wolverhampton next Thursday (September 28).In a statement issued on Monday (September 18), the tour promoters said: “We are postponing these few remaining addiction charity fundraiser shows, we don’t like doing it – but we know you’ll understand.”As noted in a statement on the Ticket Store UK website for the Pavilions show, all tickets “will be refunded direct from the point of purchase”, while tickets from the Ticket Store will be automatically refunded.The postponed shows follow a joint investigation by The Times, The Sunday Times and Channel 4’s Dispatches, in which four women accused the comedian of rape and sexual assault over a period between 2006 and 2013.

Brand has denied the allegations.On Saturday (September 16), after denying the allegations in a video, Brand went ahead with his gig at the Wembley Park Theatre in London.

At the show, he reportedly received a standing ovation.According to Deadline, Brand told the crowd: “I love you. I love you.

Thank you. There’s some things I cannot talk about and hopefully, you appreciate that I’m gonna give you everything I’ve got.”A description for the show reads: “Rules and rule breaking!

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