Comedian Paul Chowdhry’s three-night St Albans run

Comedian Paul Chowdhry brings his comedy tour to The Alban Arena in St Albans for three nights

Comedian Paul Chowdhry brings his comedy tour to The Alban Arena in St Albans for three nights

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A British-Indian comedian and actor returns to St Albans next week for a three-night run.

Comedy heavyweight Paul Chowdhry arrives at The Alban Arena from Thursday, March 15 to Saturday, March 17, with performances on all three dates at 8pm.

Chowdhry has built up a huge following after his meteoric rise to fame.

And following his 100-date sell-out tour in 2015, the star of Taskmaster, Live at The Apollo and Stand Up for the Week brings his stand-up show Paul Chowdhry: Live Innit to St Albans.

Tickets cost £20, with limited availability on the Thursday and Friday.

• Book online at or call the Arena box office on 01727 844488.


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