September 29, 2013 13:39

Ricky Gervais announces live gigs as David Brent

The comedian will perform two shows as David Brent & Foregone Conclusion in London in October

Ricky Gervais announces live gigs as David Brent

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Ricky Gervais has announced details of two gigs where he'll perform songs live as his character David Brent from The Office.

The comedian will be joined by his band as they will play shows as David Brent & Foregone Conclusion, in London in October.

The concerts, which are billed as 'a work-in progress', will take place at London's Bloomsbury Theatre on October 14 and October 23.

He'll play tracks including 'Free Love Freeway', 'Spaceman Came Down' and 'Slough'.

The announcement, which was made via his Twitter account @DavidBrent, says tickets for the gigs will go on sale at 10am on Tuesday October 1.

Ricky Gervais is performing the shows following the success of his 'Learn To Play Guitar With David Brent' series on YouTube.

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