KEV'S ON TOUR
Daily Record|November 27, 2021
Scots funnyman announces new stand-up show for 2022
RICK FULTON

KEVIN Bridges has announced a new tour next year including six nights at the Hydro in Glasgow as he admitted: “A lot has changed in my life”.

This could be reference to the comedian and his wife Kerry expecting their first child this year. It also reflects the last two years of the Covid pandemic.

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