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Troubadour music have advised today they will be postponing the Australian ‘The Cane Toad Cuddles’ tour with the Rubberbandits - scheduled for late October and early November - to a yet to be determined date in 2016. The artist and promoter sincerely apologise for any convenience this may cause, and thank all fans for their support of the tour. We will see you in 2016, but in the meantime all tickets will be refunded”.

RUBBERBANDITS – The Cane Toad Cuddles Australian Tour

Troubadour Music are thrilled to announce the long-awaited return of multi award-winning Irish comedy hip-hop duo the RUBBERBANDITS!

With sold out runs from London to Edinburgh to New York the Rubberbandits have gone from online phenomenon to an established international TV and Live comedy act. The lads currently boast 36 million Youtube views and have a Channel 4 pilot under their belts. Hailing from Limerick, Ireland, the duo was formed by Blindboy Boatclub (real name Dave Chambers) and Mr Chrome (sometimes Bobby Chrome; real name Bob McGlynn).

Famously recognized from concealing their identities with masks made from plastic shopping bags, the duo return to Australia this Oct / Nov for the first time since their debut sold-out tour in January 2012.

Their Youtube video for ‘Horse Outside’ currently has over 13 million hits, and is one of the most tweeted video links in the WORLD!

The duo have an overabundance of prestigious awards to their name to date, including the Chortle Award for best musical comedy act 2012, the Malcolm Hardy award for most original act at the Edinburgh festival 2013, and the IFTA award for Best television moment 2010.

In 2015 the bandits have sold out a run at Irelands national theatre “The Abbey”, as well as several sold out runs in London and Edinburgh.

“The Rubberbandits, comedy musical duo of Horse Outside fame, took the leap from “very funny” to “actual genius”” The Telegraph.

“The Daily Mails Nightmare of a feral underclass come to Life” The Guardian.
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By: the zoo