Micky Flanagan Tickets
Micky Flanagan: see the Cockney comic's hilarious An' Another Fing...tour until November 2017
A working class boy done well, Micky Flanagan is back for a string of shows that'll have you in stitches this autumn. Micky is taking his An' Another Fing...tour around the UK throughout September, October and November 2017 and you can get tickets right here at StubHub.
Since his show-stealing appearance at The Royal Variety Performance in 2010 (for which he was nominated for the Best Breakthrough Act at the British Comedy Awards), Britain's favourite Cockney comic has become one of the most celebrated jokers on the comedy circuit today. His consistently hilarious appearances on Live At The Apollo, Mock the Week and 8 out of 10 Cats are almost as legendary as his debut DVD, The Out Out Tour, which was the number one newcomer in 2011. His follow up show was the award winning Back In The Game which became the biggest selling stand up DVD and tour of 2013.
Known for his warm humour and endless supply of well-worn anecdotes, the 2013 tour capped off a meteoric rise for the quick-witted performer, who became an almost overnight sensation after more than a decade of trying to break into the business. Nothing beats seeing a comedian live in the theatre – so make sure you check out the latest listings for Micky Flanagan tickets at StubHub and book a brilliant night that's sure to be full of laughs.
Micky Flanagan: comedy career highlights
Flanagan became a professional comedian in 1997 after attending a comedy course at Jacksons Lane in 1996. In 2001 he performed in the Big Value Comedy Show at the Edinburgh Fringe as one of four headline acts, and in 2003 co-headlined a show with Nina Conti. He performed his first full-length solo show What Chance Change? in 2006, and presented a four-part series of the same name for Radio 4 in 2010.
After his legendary appearance at The Royal Variety Performance in 2010, Flanagan took his Out Out Tour around Great Britain in 2010 and 2011. He starred as a captain on the Channel 4 programme The Mad Bad Ad Show in 2012; was a team captain on the BBC One comedy series I Love My Country and Channel 4's Was It Something I Said? in 2013; and teamed up with Spice Girl Mel B on The Big Fat Quiz of the Year in 2014.
He was Britain's top-earning comedian in 2016, and was given his own show Thinking Aloud on Sky 1 in 2017.
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