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News: Massive Charity Gig With Michael McIntyre, Alan Carr, Adam Hills, Kevin Bridges & More

Michael McIntyre is to headline a major charity show this November.

For the past 6 years he has hosted a galaxy of stars to raise money for a variety of good causes. This year's show at the iconic London Palladium on Monday November 6th 2017 is in aid of the Julia's House children's hospice.

Special guests booked include Alan Carr, Adam Hills, Kevin Bridges and Russell Howard as well as huge surprise guests on the night.

News: Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Frank Skinner, Russell Kane Top Mental Health Bill

Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Frank Skinner and Russell Kane are some of the major acts appearing at the Heads Together Comedy Night for children’s mental health charity YoungMinds.

Also appearing are Harry Hill, Tommy Tiernan and Jimmy Carr. The one-off gig takes place at the Shepherds Bush Empire on September 18. 

News: World Tour For Michael McIntyre

Michael McIntyre has announced an international tour. 

Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour will see him perform across the UK and Ireland in 2018 as well as revisiting Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa and Norway and heading to America, Canada, Switzerland, Iceland, Sweden, Malta and the Netherlands for the first time.

News: Michael McIntyre - Comedy Leg-End

Michael McIntyre had to perform onstage yesterday evening with one leg in a special support boot due to a fractured bone.

News: Saturday Night Primetime Show For Mrs Brown

Sitcom star Mrs Brown is to host a brand new Saturday night TV show, All Round to Mrs Brown’s.

The hugely popular Mrs Brown’s Boys cemented its status as the nation’s favourite sitcom last July, with its live episode airing on a Saturday night reaching over 11 million viewers and winning the Radio Times Most Popular 21st Century Sitcom poll.

Interview: Michael McIntyre, Michael McIntyre's Big Show, BBC1

Tell us a bit about series two of Michael McIntyre’s Big Show?

The show has naturally evolved from the first series and now everything has gone up a notch. We have lots of entertainment items running through the show, audience surprises, Unexpected Star, Send To All, stand up and much more. Knowing that series one was a success has allowed us to expand the ideas for series two and explore more parts of it, we have tried to make them even more fun and be more confident with them.

Opinion: Spoiler Alert – How Much Does Knowing The Punchline Ruin The Gag?

Do you want to hear a new Michael McIntyre joke? Then you will have to wait until his next BBC show goes out. Unless you saw him on Graham Norton’s chat show last night or are planning to catch it on iPlayer. 

News: Michael McIntyre Breaks O2 Arena Record

Michael McIntyre has been presented the keys to The O2 after reaching the milestone of 21 performances at the venue. The record, first established by Prince in 2007, was equalled and subsequently smashed by the legendary comedian during his current seven-night run. 

Preview: The Comedy Week Ahead – Dec 15 - 21

Robin Ince’s Christmas shows in London have become a bit of an institution, but he has slightly reinvented them this year, rebranding them as Christmas Science Ghosts. The line-up will be fairly familiar though - the likes of Tony Law, Sara Pascoe, Josie Long and Stewart Lee will be among the rotating bills, though there will also be some curveballs too. Tonight historian Mary Beard joins the lineup.

News: Michael McIntyre Adds 7th O2 Arena Date

Michael McIntyre has added a seventh night at London's O2 Arena as part of his 2015 Happy & Glorious UK tour. Tickets for the new date on Sunday October 4 go on 02 pre-sale on 10 December and on general sale from December 12.

His London run is still not as long – yet – as his last run. His 2012 Showtime tour played to over 640,000 people including a record-breaking ten-night residency at London’s O2 Arena matching the pop-superstar Rihanna’s 2011 record. 


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