Comedian Jim Davidson has postponed an appearance in Cheltenham next month. Town Hall officials say the date was moved back in November before the comedian faced allegations of sexual offences and was due to scheduling reasons.
The 59-year-old had been due to host an evening of stand-up comedy at the Town Hall on February 3.
However, the gig has now been postponed until March 31.
Mr Davidson was released on police bail until the end of March.
He denies the claims.
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