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News: Comedy Store London Celebrates 40th Birthday With All-Star Gig

The Comedy Store in London marked its fortieth birthday last night with a party at the Cafe De Paris. But before that there was the small matter of an enormous gig at the Piccadilly Circus venue in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust and celebrating the club's founder Don Ward, without whom the comedy scene in the UK would be very different - in fact it might not even exist. 

News: Kevin Bridges and Michael McIntyre Win Live Awards

Kevin Bridges, Michael McIntyre, Hollywood Vampires, Jess Glynne, The Script, Shreya Ghoshal and more have been crowned the heroes of live entertainment by fans, taking home SSE Live Awards for The SSE Hydro in Glasgow and The SSE Arena, Wembley. Now in its fourth year, fans voted in their tens of thousands in the SSE Live Awards 2018, celebrating a truly incredible year in the UK’s live entertainment scene.
 

Video: Michael McIntyre's Fear Of Flying

Comedian Michael McIntyre explains why he doesn't like flying on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.

Pictured with Unexpected Star Stewart.

Picture: Hungry McBear/Gary Moyes

Watch the clip below.

News: Christmas Special For Michael McIntyre

Michael McIntyre's Christmas Charity Show returns this December.

For the past 7 years Michael has hosted a galaxy of stars to raise money for a variety of good causes. This year's show at the famous Eventim Apollo in London on Monday 3rd December 2018 is  in aid of Julia's House children's hospice and Comic Relief.

News: Michael McIntyre Breaks Take That's 02 Record

Ahead of his first night in a run of seven shows at The O2, Michael McIntyre was presented with a special award to celebrate his record breaking ticket sales at the venue. The record was previously held by Take That.

The comedian first performed at The O2 in 2009 and nine years later, marks his 28th headline performance, having sold over 409,238 tickets.

News: Bigger Show For Michael McIntyre

The Bafta award-winning Michael McIntyre is back on BBC One this autumn as his Big Show gets even bigger, returning for eight shows in its longest ever run.

The Saturday night entertainment show will be back with more superstar celebrity guests, more music and even more laughs.

News: Michael McIntyre Finds The Funny Side Of Mugging

Michael McIntyre has found the funny side of his recent mugging, continuing his Big World tour and adding some topical material about the incident.

Onstage at his 3Arena Dublin show he talked about the mugging on Monday.

He joked: "They say time is the healer. I have lost my watch, how is time going to heal? I have no idea what time it is."

News: Michael McIntyre's Australia & New Zealand Tour Sells Out In Record Time

Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour has sold out in Australian and New Zealand in record time, selling out five arena shows in three days.

This eagerly awaited new show is heading to Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Christchurch and Auckland.

News: BAFTA Nominations For Anna Maxwell Martin, Daisy May Cooper, Sharon Horgan, Sian Gibson

Some of showbiz's top comedy talent has been nominated for Bafta Television Awards. The shortlist was announced today.

In the Best Female Performance In a Comedy category Anna Maxwell Martin, Daisy May Cooper, Sharon Horgan and Sian Gibson are nominated for their performances in Motherland, This Country, Catastrophe and Peter Kay's Car Share respectively.

See the full comedy-related nominations below.

 

News: Michael McIntyre Gig Sends Fan To Hospital

On Sunday 11th March, Jessica Owen (19) attended the opening weekend of Michael McIntyre's Big World Tour in her hometown of Plymouth at the Plymouth Pavilions.  She was joined by her boyfriend Aiden and had been looking forward to seeing the show for months. 

During the first half of the show, Jessica started to get unusual pains in her chest and began to get worried.

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