Audiences get another treat from Peter Kay in the sitcom Car share

The talented English comedian, Peter Kay, who has made his audience laugh to glory through his unique stand-up comedies, is all set to give his viewers another treat to enjoy through his latest sitcom Car share where he plays the part of John.

The audience got the opportunity of having a glimpse of the trailer of this latest sitcom to be produced by BBC in 2015. Featuring the 41 year old English comedian and co-star Sian Gibson, it is to be presented in the form of a six series episode and is expected to be launched online before being aired on BBC. The story outlines how the two characters, John and Kayleigh who have been compelled to be together in the company’s car scheme are forced to cross their paths as they travel to their respective work places every day.  Read more »

Michael McIntyre on Condiments – Live at the Apollo – BBC

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Peter Kay Promises more Shows of Phoenix Nights

The renowned comedian, Peter Kay, had announced recently that he is planning to bring back his television series Phoenix Nights in the form of a live show.

A non-profit charity organization, Comic Relief, has agreed to help Peter in his efforts. Two dates, namely January 31 and February 1, were announced by Peter Kay. The news was revealed to BBC radio’s Steve Wright. Peter confessed that he was worried that he would find it difficult to bring back together the original cast of the show, 12 years after it had finished.

Peter Kay will feature as both doorman Max and Brian Potter (owner of Phoenix Club). Dave Spikey will make his return as Jerry St Clair, while Paddy McGuinness will reappear as doorman Paddy. The idea dawned upon Kay this year and he believed that the organization of the show would take at least a year. After the announcement from Kay, the fans got excited. The demand for tickets was phenomenal. Therefore, this caused Peter Kay to announce the 13th date for the charity show. Originally, the comedian only announced two live shows of Phoenix Nights next year.

The additional 10 shows were declared within one hour after the tickets were put on sale. The organizers revealed that 120,000+ passes were sold within 3 hours on Sunday November 30. Kay confirmed that passes for the 13th date would be put on sale on Monday at Manchester Arena. Now the series Phoenix Nights will have more shows than Take That’s run at the same venue. The project has also edged past Monty Python’s 10 shows at O2 arena in July.

Michael McIntyre on Public Transport – Live at the Apollo – BBC

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Jason Manford now follows in Peter Kay’s steps to star in The Producers

Jason Manford would star in The Producers musical’s brand new touring version that opens at the Palace Theatre in Manchester in March 2015. Jason is the 2nd local comedy artist in Mel Brooks classic, taking the footsteps of Peter Kay who earlier played cross-dressing, outrageous theatre director Roger DeBris.
The Salford comic would take on the role of Max Bialystock’s accountant Leo Bloom. He told that this is a part he had always wanted to play. According to reports, he told a leading website that he just loved the film and then he saw it when it became a musical and he saw Lee Evans do it, and he saw Peter Kay here. Leo was actually the character that he would have loved to play. But he guess that he always thought he would end up with Bialystock part.
Jason exclusively said that that he also expects training for the event that starts in the new year, may have strictly effect on his body and serve him shed the pounds. The site reported that he laughed and stated that what he suspect would happen during the few months of dance training, expectedly they would get Strictly effect. By the time they start in March he would look less Bialystock and more Bloom.

Jason Manford would star in The Producers musical’s brand new touring version that opens at the Palace Theatre in Manchester in March 2015. Jason is the 2nd local comedy artist in Mel Brooks classic, taking the footsteps of Peter Kay who earlier played cross-dressing, outrageous theatre director Roger DeBris.

The Salford comic would take on the role of Max Bialystock’s accountant Leo Bloom. He told that this is a part he had always wanted to play. According to reports, he told a leading website that he just loved the film and then he saw it when it became a musical and he saw Lee Evans do it, and he saw Peter Kay here. Leo was actually the character that he would have loved to play. But he guess that he always thought he would end up with Bialystock part.

Jason exclusively said that that he also expects training for the event that starts in the new year, may have strictly effect on his body and serve him shed the pounds. The site reported that he laughed and stated that what he suspect would happen during the few months of dance training, expectedly they would get Strictly effect. By the time they start in March he would look less Bialystock and more Bloom.

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