Stand up comedian Peter Kay has called off his entire UK tour – after revealing plans to take the stage alone after eight years. The star of Car Share and Phoenix Nights had plans to take the road from April 2018 to June 2019 – with fans snapping up tickets after they went on sale on 19 November. It was to be his first stand-up tour in eight years, with the 44-year-old playing nine cities across the UK – starting in Birmingham. After going live, Kay’s tickets had ‘broken the internet’ due to phenomenal demand. Screenshots were shared on social media of tickets being sold on StubHub and Viagogo for as much as £495. However days later, the comedian added a load of extra dates to please fans – sending the total to 100 nights of shows. However today at 12pm, he pulled the plug entirely – due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’. At the time, a statement said he will be returning to his “most successful hobby – stand-up”. Peter said: “I really miss it. I know how lucky I am to be making television series and have really loved these past few years working on Car Share but I miss… Read full this story
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