Tickets for Michael McIntyre show in York sell out – in eight minutes
Tickets for an additional York stand up show by Michael McIntyre went on sale today – and promptly sold out in eight minutes.
Michael will be trying out brand new material at his two gigs at the Grand Opera House York next Thursday and Friday (16-17 February).
And the speed at which the tickets for his second show sold suggest that York is ready to hear his new gags!
The comedian’s big break came when he performed on the televised 2006 Royal Variety Performance.
Since then Michael has become one of the most popular stand-ups in the world, with his tours selling more than four million tickets.
After York, his work-in-progress show heads to Bergen, Edinburgh and Cambridge, before he tours New Zealand.
Michael hosted ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’ from 2009 on BBC One. The series was a huge success, receiving BAFTA nominations and winning the National Television Award for Best Entertainment Programme in 2012.
In 2016 Michael began hosting the hit BBC One show ‘Michael McIntyre’s Big Show’. Now in its sixth series, the show has won several awards including a BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance.
In 2020 Michael devised and hosted the hit BBC One gameshow ‘Michael Mcintyre’s The Wheel’. The show has been nominated for BAFTA and NTA Awards and has returned this year for a third series. Michael will also soon be hosting the US version on NBC.