Peter Kay

News: Peter Kay Cancels All Upcoming Work Projects

Peter Kay has just issued the attached statement on social media, announcing that he has cancelled all upcoming work projects.

The statement says that this is due to unforeseen family circumstances. This includes all of his Dance For Life DJ gigs and also the enormous stand-up tour that was planned for 2018 and 2019.

He goes on to say that "this decision has not been taken lightly and I'm sure you'll understand that my family must always come first."

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Opinion: Did Peter Kay Beat The Touts?

In case you've been living in a cave without wi-fi you probably know that Peter Kay is going on tour next year whether you want to know or not. He told us on Tonight with Jonathan Ross and on Strictly Come Dancing over the weekend and would have probably plugged his shows on Newsnight if he had half a chance.

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News: Lots More Peter Kay Dates Announced

Update 21/11: Even more dates have been added to Peter Kay's new tour due to unprecedented demand. The five extra 2019 dates on top of the list below are May 24, 25, Arena Birmingham. May 31, Sheffield FlyDSA Arena. June 21, 22, London The O2. The new tickets go on sale at 10am on Wednesday, November 22.

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News: Peter Kay Tour News Goes Viral

One of Britain’s biggest comedians, the multi award winning actor, writer, director, author and producer Peter Kay, today announced his first UK stand up tour in eight years. 

Within the first few hours the tour news was the top Google trend in the UK and was top three on twitter. The official tour video also amassed over 1.1 million views and over 50 thousand likes, shares and comments within two hours on Peter Kay’s Facebook page alone.

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News: Peter Kay Announces New Live Tour for 2018 & 1019

Peter Kay has announced a new stand-up tour.

His last tour in 2010, which still officially ranks with the Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest selling comedy tour of all time, played to over 1.2 million people. 

Kay’s new tour will star start at the Birmingham Arena on April 21 2018 and ends on March 19, 2019 at the Liverpool Echo Arena.

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News: Peter Kay Speaks Out At Manchester Arena Reopening Gig

Peter Kay delivered a message of defiance at Manchester Arena's We Are Manchester show last night.

The event marked the reopening of the venue four months after a bomb killed 22 people.

"The victims will never ever be forgotten, but we've got to move forward with love and not hate, and that's how we win," Kay said.

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News: More Peter Kay Danceathons for 2018

After the enormous successes of Dance for Life 2016 and 2017, Peter Kay has announced brand new dates for 2018, taking his dance-a-thon parties on the road with all of the profits going to Cancer Research UK. 

The shows will take place between January 26 and April 1.

For the very first time the dance-a-thons will be heading to Manchester with a three-night Easter spectacular at the iconic Manchester Central, as well as taking place in Coventry and Liverpool.

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News: Charity Appearance From Peter Kay

Peter Kay returns to Manchester O2 Apollo for the first time in over 13 years to host two very special charity shows in one day on July 15. At this brand new Q&A in aid of The Kyle Buckley Fund and The Polly Haydock Appeal the award-winning comedian will discuss his career in comedy and will be showing some exclusive clips and outtakes from his acclaimed shows.

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News: Fans Petition Peter Kay to Make More Car Share

Fans of the Peter Kay sitcom Car Share are signing a petition asking the comedian to make more episodes.

The petition, launched by fan Ryan Williams, has attracted nearly 10,000 signatures so far.

The last series only consisted of four episodes and while there were rumours of a Christmas special following the possible romance between John (Kay) and Kayleigh (Sian Gibson). Peter Kay has insisted that there will be no more peisodes and that he wants to quit while he is ahead. 

News: Jason Manford, John Thomson Comment On Manchester Atrocity

Comedians have commented on the atrocity at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

Jason Manford, who is from Greater Manchester and has five young children, went on Facebook live. He broke down in tears when he said that his children are fans of the singer and if he had known about the concert he might have taken them.

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