All about the Peter Kay live tour and an introduction to his work

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The Peter Kay tour is well worth going to see if you are up for laughing all night. You should make an evening out together with friends and family and share the experience. Some of his jokes in the past have been very controversial or to a certain comical taste so most of his shows tend to be for over 18 year olds. Peter has won many awards over the years and his popularity has increased amongst the public ever since. He even released several top 10 comical music singles in the UK, mainly in aid of raising money for various charities. . In 2005, he teamed up with Tony Christie to release Is This The Way To Amarillo which went to number 1 in the British singles chart and Ireland, and definitely got him more noticed amongst the public. The following year, he launched ‘Sleep’ which went to Number 6 in the UK, and I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by the Proclaimers in 2007 which topped the chart again.


He made fun of The X Factor by launching his own version titled The Winners Song in 2008 which went in at Number 2 and a festive song called Once Upon A Christmas Song which hit Number 5 and Number 35 in Ireland. His most recent one was in 2009 called The Official BBC Children In Need Medley which went to Number 1 and raised money for Children In Need. It also went in at Number 6 in Ireland and 5 across Europe.


Peter Kay often tours round the UK with dates in cities such as London, Cardiff, Dublin, Newcastle, Birmingham, Belfast, Liverpool, Sheffield, Manchester and Glasgow. Sometimes they add in extra dates at Manchester as it tends to be a very popular place and sells out quite quickly, considering this is his home town. It is best to get tickets as soon as possible as they do go within the first few days of release so make sure you don’t miss your chance to see him live at a gig. You can purchase the tickets directly via his official website, through the many ticket retailers online or at the box office within the venues. The sooner you get your tickets, the closer you should be able to find seats to the stage so it is well worth doing if you want the best places in the house and to increase your viewing experience. The show tends to take place in large theatres or arena style places which can hold a lot of people so be prepared for a night of constant laughing and cheering where you can hear giggles echoing around the audience.



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