Peter Kay

News: BBC to repeat and box set both series of Peter Kay’s Car Share

After an overwhelming response from the public following the release of a Special Audio only episode of Car Share exclusively on BBC iPlayer, the BBC have today confirmed BBC One will repeat all twelve episodes of Peter Kay’s Car Share from Friday 15th May onwards. It will also be made available as a box set on BBC iPlayer.


News: Peter Kay To Recreate Amarillo For Big Night In (Observing Social Distancing)

Peter Kay is to recreate his iconic Comic Relief music video for his version of Tony Christie’s smash hit, “(Is This The Way To) Amarillo”. And you can be in it.

All in aid of the BBC’s Big Night In, Peter Kay wants you stomping along to the original track to show your support for the night of fundraising.


News: Peter Kay's Car Share To Return With Audio Episode

Peter Kay's Car Share is to return with a special audio episode.


News: New Dance For Life Dates for Peter Kay

After playing 14 UK arenas since 2016 and selling over 75,000 tickets, Peter Kay’s phenomenally successful Dance For Life is pleased to announce brand new dates for 2020 taking his remarkable dance-a-thon parties on the road again and raising money for Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research.


Opinion: What Makes A Hit?

Why are some things a hit and some things not a hit? It must the oldest question in the showbiz book. And, of course, the trouble is that nobody has the definitive answer. Or we'd all be having hits. Screenwriter William Goldman probably got closest to cracking the chestnut when he wrote about Hollywood: “nobody knows anything.” Nobody sets out to open a bad restaurant either I guess and I’ve been to a fair few of them in my time, but that’s another story…


News: Twitter Hashtag Hoax Sparks Peter Kay Rumours

A story has spread on Twitter that comedian Peter Kay has died. There is no truth to this story despite the hashtag #RipPeterKay trending.

There has been no officlal statement and it appears that Kay, 46, has been the victim of a cruel Twitter hoax for the third time.

It is not clear how the hoax started. It may have been prompted by a tweet of a genuine-looking BBC Breaking News logo which said that the stand-up superstar had died but had no link to a story.


2019 Preview: Best Comedy Tours 2019

Looking for a last minute gift that won't take up too much room under the Christmas tree? 2019 looks like a bumper year for comedy tours. The biggest one should have been Peter Kay's tour, but that was cancelled. Instead we have the following – in no particular order – to look forward to.


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."


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.


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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