Josh Widdicombe to play Latitude Festival after Hertfordshire show

10:40 30 May 2014

Josh Widdicombe on Live at the Apollo (Picture: Andy Hollingworth)

Josh Widdicombe on Live at the Apollo (Picture: Andy Hollingworth)

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Comedian Josh Widdicombe is set to play a show in Hertfordshire before heading to arts festival Latitude in July.

The Devon-born comic will play the Comedy Stage alongside Dara O’Briain and Simon Amstell on 17-20 July.

First he’ll have to play the Hertford Theatre next Friday (June 6).

Josh said: “I’m one of those people who likes what they are not doing. If I spend more than five days in a hotel I go stir crazy.

“I toured for three months with Stephen Merchant and it was actually more fun to be the support because you can change your set, whereas Stephen was doing same show every night.”

Tickets for this year’s Latitude Festival are on sale now. Visit www.latitudefestival.com for more information.

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