Micky Flanagan in demand in the UK

One of Britain’s top comics is back and ready to take the country by storm with a month long tour starting next week.

The Cockney funny man will be hitting the road to play ten nights as a warm up for his highly anticipated ‘Back in the Game’ tour, which starts in January next year; tickets for these Mickey Flanagan shows will undoubtedly go fast.

Playing some of the biggest venues in the country this time around, he’ll be kicking off in Liverpool on November 12 and making his way to Nottingham and Cardiff before finishing up in London and Brighton in December for four rescheduled October performances.

Often described as an overnight success ten years in the making, Flanagan has seen his popularity rise over the past couple of years, and not only is he able to sell out even the biggest of arenas and theatres, he also has several of his own DVDs and is a regular guest on hilarious shows ‘Mock the Week’ and ‘Live at the Apollo’.

Gifted with a natural flair for comedy and the well spun anecdote, it may surprise many to learn that Flanagan only took up comedy in his 30s.

However, it was his early work as a labourer that has shaped his style and provided the material for his quick witted cheeky-chappy delivery.

Make sure you pick up tickets now to avoid disappointment; Flanagan is firmly regarded as one of the UK’s funniest men so grab this chance to see him before his tour kicks off next year.

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