McIntyre breaks the ticket record

Observational and anecdotal comedy has long since prompted Michael McIntyre to British entertainment’s forefront. Now the British comedian has broken the Plymouth Pavilions record following the sell out of his 6 – night tour.

The Pavilions have traded around 14893 tickets for the comedy icon, a brand new record for a Pavilion show runs. Now this defeat the previous record of 12582 ticket sells for comedy star Lee Evans, when he began his comedy tour in last year’s August.

McIntyre charges for an unfinished show

In the Edinburgh fringe this year, you will not see comedian Michael McIntyre. Still, you will see him in the Scotland capital in the August concert, where his performance will toll 3 times as much as ended shows by other top comedians.

The judge of Britain's Got Talent has been bawled out for trading on as well as countermining Edinburgh fringe festival – a concert where the purchase of tickets have remained affordable traditionally.

The Voice jokes fail to impress

Well, he is the one comedian who can sell out large stadiums and somehow manages to arouse laughter with the spectators except it would appear that when McIntyre tells a joke regarding “The Voice” that failed to get a giggle from the audience.

The comedian thinks that the reason for this is probably that nobody cares about the show anymore. While talking on the show's huge finale, Michael McIntyre told his jokes went flat with his fans as they have no concern regarding the show.

Michael McIntyre turned angry at comic’s joke

Christmas parties at office would not be fully the same if office staffs were stopped from singing Fairytale Of New York half cut. Comedian Michael McIntyre has same kind of problem as he lay claim The Pogues have ceased him utilizing the festive hymn in his stand-up routine.


Popular British comedian Michael McIntyre has blasted out at the detractors and called them ‘mean.’ He also suggested that many do not like him as he is from middle class and also white.

While speaking to a famous magazine, the popular comedian told that people who disliked him were totally irrelevant to him.

He asserted that his brand of humor was tougher to get right than it appeared, telling that with regard to what he does….what he would like to tell to these people is if it is very easy, then they should do it.

Comedian McIntyre now earns in millions

Michael McIntyre, British stand-up comedian, has proven that funny persons can also earn money after making a huge five million pound in two years only. McIntyre, the host of BBC1's Comedy Roadshow, has sold numerous books, DVDs. and tour tickets. Once, the comedian said to an interviewer that he was a loser but at last, he wins.


On Thursday, NBC announced it would renew its Thursday night comedy lineup for the 2011-12 season.

“The Office,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Community” join “30 Rock,” all of which received the green light for next season from the network, with Brad Pitt rumoured to be keen to get involved in hosting.


If you missed the grand opening of the Bust-A-Gut Comedy Club in Jackson in February, worry not, comedy returns to the Hall at Jackson Crossing on Saturday, March 26th as comedian Doug Karpf takes the stage with Adam Kerr, in one of the most anticiapated concerts of the year.

Karpf has made audiences laugh at Rascals and Caesar’s in Atlantic City. Kerr has seen the stage at Comix, Banana’s and Catch a Rising Star.

Review: Ross Noble in Abu Dhabi

FAIRLY early on, my companion in the Concert Hospitality Tickets leaned over to say to me: “He’s not right, is he?”

She was spot on. Ross Noble is very definitely ‘not right’ which is the thing that makes him one of the most original comedians working today.

To say he steps on to the stage without a script would be an understatement; beyond “Hello (insert venue name here)” he is completely off the cuff.

Terry Alderton in Doha

COMEDIAN Terry Alderton brings his international tour to Doha on January 20. He is also appearing at the V Festival (click here for tcikets - V Festival Tickets).

Following his appearance on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Road Show, sell-out runs in Australia and New Zealand, Perrier Award-nominated comedian Terry Alderton returns to the road with his critically acclaimed 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival smash hit show.