The minds behind QI kick off their tour on the 1 March 2018.
World-class comedian Michael McIntyre has announced a very special charity show, where he’ll be joined by friends Alan Carr, Adam Hills, Kevin Bridges, Russell Howard, and more.
Michael will swap his usual arenas for the comparably intimate London Palladium, with proceeds going to Julia’s House, the Dorset & Wiltshire Children’s Hospices.
Award winning performer Michael McIntyre is currently working towards his Big World Tour, which kicks off its UK leg on the 2 March 2018. His charity comedy show acts as a precursor for things to come, when he moves from Britain and Ireland, to mainland Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and Australia and New Zealand.
Michael McIntyre is not stranger to huge venues, having established himself as one of Britain’s most popular comedians. His comedic style has seen him perform across many TV shows, including hosting some of his own such as the BAFTA winning Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
Tickets for his Big World Tour are on sale now, with his special London charity show on sale on Thursday 7 September at 10:00.
Tickets are priced between £35 and £50, excluding booking fees.
Michael McIntyre has, over the past six years, hosted a range of stars in order to raise money for good causes. As well as the already announced comedy guests, Michael will also be joined by huge surprise names come the 6 November 2017.
Having made an early TV appearance on Going Live in 1989, aged just 13, he has gone on to repeatedly star at the iconic Live at the Apollo. To date, he’s released four DVDs, including Live and Laughing, all of which have combined sales of over five million copies in the UK alone.
Michael McIntyre cemented his household name status as a judge on TV’s Britain’s Got Talent in 2011, as well as hosting the Royal Variety Performance in 2010 and 2014.
Michael McIntyre’s Charity Show in aid of Julia’s House takes place at the London Palladium on Monday 6 November 2017.
Tickets go on sale at 10:00 on Thursday 7 September 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.