British comedian Michael McIntyre set to perform at Waterside in May

Micheal McIntyre, one of the most well known comedy artists in the United Kingdom, is all set to perform at the Waterside Theatre in the following month. Michael, who is quite used to performing in front of huge crowds, is now set to come to Aylesbury on 19th May, Tuesday, as part of the warm-up for his 2015 Happy and Glorious UK tour.

The date was just confirmed yesterday. Therefore the event is not listed in the Waterside’s summer brochure – and even his very own website does not disclose the date.

Michael McIntyre making 2 series for BBC

Michael McIntyre, the well known Brit comedian, has committed to working with BBC One in a long-term basis.

A brand new deal will see him make 2 series for BBC's flagship channel next year. The comedian has teamed up with new production company named Hungry Bear Media to create a 2nd outfit called Hungry McBear that would oversee both series as well as all of Michael McIntyre's future TV programs.

Ailing Michael McIntyre Calls Off Sold-out Show At The Swindon Arts Centre

Comedian Michael McIntyre’s illness has forced Swindon Arts Centre to cancel his warm-up show to “Work in Progress” that was scheduled to take place Thursday night. The centre has confirmed that McIntyre, who resides at Compton Bassett, close to Calne, was ill. The Arts Centre has assured people that it will reorganize the postponed performance of Michael McIntyre. Those who are unwilling to wait will be offered refunds.

Michael McIntyre gives show proceeds to charity

Michael McIntyre, the well known Brit stand-up comedian, dedicated one of his warm-up acts for his new tour to Julia’s House.

The fundraising staff and nurses joined the comedy artist in London’s Duchess Theatre for an exclusive evening of fundraising for charity as he got ready for his United Kingdom and Ireland tour in 2015.

Michael McIntyre leaves the stage as a front row woman kept using her cell-phone

Michael McIntyre, the British comedy star, walked off the stage during a sold-out performance because one person sitting at the audience on the front row kept on using her cellphone. An angry Michael McIntrye asked the security to see what is going on promised the audience he would be back at Darlington's Civic Theatre, before he left the stage the performance last night.

22 Jump Street’s Blue Ray and DVD release date announced

After banking US$ 314 million at box office and offering people some great follow ups to those lovely quotes from 21 Jump Street, 22 Jump Street is all set to debut on Blu-Ray, DVD as well as digital download.

Beyonce divertimentos Jay Z in teaser for their HBO special

Earlier there were rumors that they would divorce after they finish their On The Run Tour. Still, it is not known whether it is true or not, but Beyonce has chosen a very peculiar track to cover in the fifty second teaser for her 20th September HBO special with her husband Jay Z.

Chvrches hits back at Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park

It is not known why, but Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda decided to call out a series of groups that he does not actually like, with little emphasis on the Scottish electronic group Chvrches. The young group has replied, with Lauren Mayberry accusing Mike of attempting to get some cheap publicity for Linkin Park's 2014 album called The Hunting Party, admitting that this is not coolest musical feud in the world.

Metallica dazzles AT&T Park in spite of Giants Loss to Miami Marlins

This Friday evening, the AT&T Park was rocking when the Giants arranged the 2nd annual Metallica Night. The special evening featured special events as well as crossover with one of most legendary bands of the Bay Area with Kirk Hemmet and James Hetfield performing the National Anthem.

McIntyre now gets his very own chat show

Michael McIntyre, the British stand-up comedian is all set to take a facilitative look to comedy when he plays host to 6 forty five minute chat show episodes for BBC. Michael, who is one of the top ticket sellers on live scene, would include fresh contest to a format which is dominated by the likes of Alan Carr, Jonathan Ross and Graham Norton.