WORCESTER Live has confirmed Andrew Lawrence will not be performing at Huntingdon Hall following a series of hateful tweets. 
The box office stopped selling the tickets to the comedian's Pale Male and Stale Tour on Monday after a string of offensive tweets on Sunday night.
It has now cancelled the show and has confirmed ticket holders who were due to see him in August will receive a refund. 
A spokesman said: "The show has been cancelled. Customers who have booked tickets are being contacted directly to arrange either a refund or to swap for another show."
The comedian faced widespread condemnation after making the comments in the aftermath of England's heartbreaking penalty shoot-out defeat.
In one comment the 41-year-old, who has previously featured on the BBC, said he was 'sorry that black guys are bad at penalties'.
And in reference to the anti-poverty campaigning of Marcus Rashford - one of those to miss a penalty on Sunday night- he said he'd: 'Rather he'd (Rashford) practised his penalties and the kids had gone hungry.' 
Another hateful tweet read: "All I'm saying is, the white guys scored - I can see that this has offended lots of people, and I'm sorry black guys are bad at penalties."
The Twitter account has now been deleted.
Worcester Live responded immediately to say it was in conversations with Andrew's agent and do not support hate speech in any form.
The statement posted on Monday read: "Following recent tweets from Andrew Lawrence's account we have stopped selling tickets for his show and removed from our website.
"Worcester Live do not support hate speech in any form and we are currently liaising with Andrew's agent. We will be in touch ASAP with an outcome."
Meanwhile, Lawrence's agents also revealed they had cut ties with the comedian. 
In a post on Twitter, RBM Comedy - which represents high profile stars including Miles Jupp and Hugh Dennis - said: 'RBM no longer represent Andrew Lawrence.'