Top Gear Live shows postponed

The Top Gear Live shows in Norway next week have been postponed, the BBC has said.

New dates are set to be confirmed “within the next fortnight” for the four performances.

The announcement comes as Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson was dropped following a “fracas” on 10 March with producer Oisin Tymon.

The postponement of the Norway shows is understood to be because organisers wanted to give fans enough notice to cancel travel and accommodation plans as work to prepare the venue would have needed to start well in advance of the shows. 

The four performances were due to take place on Friday 27 March and Saturday 28 March.

Top Gear has an estimated global audience of 350 million and is one of the BBC’s most popular and profitable TV shows.

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Top Gear Live shows postponed

The Top Gear Live shows in Norway next week have been postponed, the BBC has said.

New dates are set to be confirmed “within the next fortnight” for the four performances.

The announcement comes as Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson was dropped following a “fracas” on 10 March with producer Oisin Tymon.

The postponement of the Norway shows is understood to be because organisers wanted to give fans enough notice to cancel travel and accommodation plans as work to prepare the venue would have needed to start well in advance of the shows. 

The four performances were due to take place on Friday 27 March and Saturday 28 March.

Top Gear has an estimated global audience of 350 million and is one of the BBC’s most popular and profitable TV shows.

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