Alexander Armstrong

News: Solo Tour For Alexander Armstrong

Alexander Armstrong is heading out on a solo tour later this year.

The Pointless presenter and half of comedy duo Armstrong and Miller will be metaphorically baring all in All Mouth and Some Trousers. Expect candid stories, laughter, music and some relief that ‘baring all' is just a figurative expression.

News: Armstrong & Miller To Reunite

Comedy duo Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller are to reunite for a special one-off event later this month.

The will be hosting We Are Most Amused and Amazed, featuring the best in comedy and magic to celebrate His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales’s 70th birthday.

The gig will take place on October 22 at the London Palladium.

Also confirmed on the bill are Ben Miller's Johnny English co-star Rowan Atkinson,  Bill Bailey, Omid Djalili, and world-class magicians Dynamo and Penn & Teller.

News: ITV Commissions New Alexander Armstrong Impressions Show

ITV has commisioned a new all-star panel show hosted by Alexander Armstrong. The Imitation Game will see top impressionists Rory Bremner and Debra Stephenson lead as team captains as they are joined by the UK’s favourite mimics and comedians including confirmed guests; Alistair McGowan, Jan Ravens, Jon Culshaw, Ronni Ancona, Anil Desai and Jess Robinson (Britain’s Got Talent). 

News: Alexander Armstrong Goes On Tour

Update 29/11: According to the ticketmaster website the tour below is cancelled.

Pointless star Alexander Armstrong is going on tour. Although the quizzing and the comedy may be taking second place to the music as he also has a new Christmas album out this autumn entitled In A Winter Light. He is one of the guests on The One Show tonight (Thursday, November 29).

The versatile ex-chorister has also been playing saxophone in his live shows. 

News: New Impressions Show From ITV

Alexander Armstrong is to host a new impressions show for ITV1. The Imitation Game is a panel show with a twist. Top impressionists Rory Bremner and Debra Stephenson together with Britain’s Got Talent’s Jess Robinson and rising star Luke Kempner are challenged to perform big name impersonations in a series of rounds and games. So what will happen when Donald Trump rubs shoulders with Cheryl Cole, or Boris Johnson duets with Adele?

This fast-paced ITV1 pilot will be recorded at Elstree Studios on 7th July. 

News: Alexander Armstrong in Cabaret Controversy

Alexander Armstrong appears to have put his foot in it with his comments in the Evening Standard yesterday (July 3) about the return of cabaret and the revival of interest in burlesque. Armstrong was speaking to promote the London Festival of Cabaret which he is taking part in this autumn – singing, rather than telling gags.

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