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 Sunday 26 May 2024 Doors: 6:00 PM The O2 arena

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Hit comedy podcast ShxtsNGigs has announced a headline live show at The O2, taking place on Sunday 26 May 2024.

Following the huge success of their recent sold out UK tour, ShxtsNGigs, reveal a special live show for 2024 - 'The Biggest You've Ever Had'. Produced by YMU and TEG Live Europe and directed by Black Skull Creative, this will give fans the opportunity to see ShxtsNGigs on a scale like never before.

Since launching four years ago, ShxtsNGigs have grown from strength-to-strength. With 2.4 million monthly listeners, 7.8 million TikTok followers and 1.4 million YouTube subscribers under their belt, this momentous event is the next big step on their phenomenal journey.

James and Fuhad said: "The second best podcast in the world has only just got itself a headline show at The O2!! This is the biggest thing ShxtsNGigs have ever done and we can't wait for you all to see it come together. We've worked so hard to create a show that best represents us and our community, we're so grateful for all the love you give us - this wouldn't be possible without everyone. Bring your friends, family...well maybe not your parents - you know the drill. Hope to see you all there!"

ShxtsNGigs is the destination for culturally relevant commentary. Best known for their infectious laughs, comical debates and honest opinions on UK pop culture, James and Fuhad consistently generate millions of views online in the space of hours. The best friends are now ready to host their biggest show ever, promising a night fan will never forget.

From unfiltered chats, hilarious debates and outrageous games, fans can expect an enjoyable night full of big laughs and special guests along the way.





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