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  • MICHAEL MCINTYRE’S CHARITY SHOW RETURNS IN AID OF JULIA’S HOUSE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM ON MONDAY 6TH NOVEMBER

    MICHAEL MCINTYRE’S CHARITY SHOW RETURNS IN AID OF JULIA’S HOUSE AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM ON MONDAY 6TH NOVEMBER

    With special guests including Alan Carr, Adam Hills, Kevin Bridges and Russell Howard, plus many surprise guests

    ALL PROFITS GO TO JULIA'S HOUSE

    Tickets go on sale at 10:--am on Thursday 7th September

    Michael McIntyre's Charity Show is back this November!

    For the past six years Michael has hosted a galaxy of stars to raise money for a variety of good causes. This year's show at the iconic London Palladium on Monday November 6th 2017 is in aid of the wonderful Julia's House children's hospice is a treat not to be missed!

    Special guests booked include Alan Carr, Adam Hills, Kevin Bridges and Russell Howard as well as huge surprise guests on the night! Always a sensational night!

    Tickets go on sale from 10:00am on Thursday 7th September. Tickets will be available from Ticketmaster or the London Palladium, or call the box office on 0844 412 4655.

    All profits go to Julia's House, The Dorset and Wiltshire Children's Hospices providing practical and emotional support for families caring for a child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition.

  • GRENFELL TOWER FIRE BENEFIT

    GRENFELL TOWER FIRE BENEFIT

    A Night Of Comedy in aid of the people affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire starring; Michael McIntyre, Kevin Bridges, Alan Carr, Micky Flanagan, Jo Brand, Rob Beckett, Josh Widdicombe, Jon Richardson, Katherine Ryan, Seann Walsh, Adam Hills & Russell Kane.

    All proceeds going to the people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire via The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation - charity registration number 1125940.

    Tickets are available now from www.eventimapollo.com - 0844 249 4300 - or www.ticketmaster.co.uk - if you can't make the benefit but would still like to make a donation please donate here.

  • ALAN CARR’S NEW AUTOBIOGRAPHY ALANATOMY HITS THE SHELVES OCTOBER 6TH

    ALAN CARR’S NEW AUTOBIOGRAPHY ALANATOMY HITS THE SHELVES OCTOBER 6TH

    After the success of his previous autobiography the Sunday Times Bestseller Look Who It Is! which sold over half a million copies, Alan's new memoir Alanatomy is set to be this autumn's must read and can be bought here.

    Alan Carr is one of Britain's most successful and much loved comedians, his unique humour and effortless stage presence on screen and on tour, make him part of the backbone of British Comedy.

    His hugely successful chat show Alan Carr: Chatty Man is not only in its sixteenth series and shown all around the world, but has also garnered him a whole host of awards including two National Television Awards, two Royal Television Awards, three National Comedy Awards and a BAFTA for Best Television Personality.

    Alan said: 'Well, as I turn forty and take stock of my showbiz life over the last ten years or so, I have learnt to embrace my flaws and face my shortcomings. In fact, strange as it might seem, the things I hate about myself have become my trademark and I am slowly, begrudgingly learning to, if not love them, to at least live with them. I am ready now to take a long hard look at myself and that’s what Alanatomy is. It's the story of my rise to fame: the joys, the traumas, the parties, the disappointments. Hopefully you will find it witty, fun, heartwarming, but more importantly honest, and that it will keep you entertained every time you pick it up.

    Alanatomy is the chance for you to get beneath my skin and see the real me because, and to continue the anatomical theme if I may, this showbiz existence can sometimes feel like an autopsy - picked at, probed and scrutinized with every inch of your body held up for analysis, but unlike an actual autopsy, you are very much alive.

    So I give you Alanatomy: The Inside Story. I am laying myself out on the slab for your entertainment; naked, stripped bare. Grab your scalpel, peel back the skin and go deep, have a good old probe around at my life so far. Yes, you are going to find guts, a fair bit of cheek, maybe even a little bit of gristle, but hopefully, you’ll find a whole lot of heart.'

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Since winning the BBC New Comedy Award for Stand-up as well as City Life Best Newcomer of the Year in 2001, Alan Carr has become one of the hottest comedy stars in Britain. The success of the first series of his own chat show, Alan Carr: Chatty Man, in the summer of 2009, led to Channel 4 commissioning a further three series as well as a 2009 Christmas and New Year Special. Alan has a regular slot on BBC Radio 2 every Saturday night presenting Going Out with Alan Carr alongside the lovely Melanie Sykes. He is the Celebrity Reporter for More! magazine and has interviewed Michael McIntyre, Gok Wan and Radio 1 DJ Greg James, to name a few.

Alan’s three-year working partnership with his Sunday Night Project co-host, Justin Lee Collins, came to an amicable end in 2009 with both Alan and Justin off to pursue solo projects. ‘It was an amazing show,’ said Alan, ‘but there comes a time in a man’s life when you have to step away from the leotard and stilettos and move on.’

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Elsewhere on the telly, Alan’s inimitable Channel 4 quiz show, Alan Carr’s Celebrity Ding Dong first aired in 2008 and on Red Nose Day 2009 Alan co-presented Comic Relief on BBC One as well as joining the men’s team for Comic Relief Does The Apprentice, alongside Jonathan Ross, Gerald Ratner, Gok Wan and Jack Dee. His team lost and Alan was fired (or as Alan Sugar put it ‘I’m doing you a favour’).

The DVD of Alan’s 2007 stand-up show, Tooth Fairy Live topped the HMV charts and was a Christmas 2007 best-seller. His autobiography Look Who It Is! was published in September 2008 by HarperCollins.

Alan’s been described as ‘the spiritual son of Frankie Howard’ (City Life). His formative years were spent working in a supermarket as well as a call centre for lost and stolen credit cards. In 2002, his Edinburgh Festival show ‘Me ‘Ead’s Spinnin’ earned a four star review in Edinburgh bible, The List as well as the The Daily Telegraph’s Critic’s Choice. There were no surprises then, in 2003, when ‘I Love Alan Carr’ was rated a four star show in both the The Scotsman and The Independent, but it was at the Edinburgh Festival in 2005 that things really started to happen for our Alan. He earned five star reviews across the board in The Independent, The Scotsman and Three Weeks as well as numerous ‘Pick Of The Fringe’ accolades. It was here that Alan came to the attention of the Channel 4 bigwigs.

Alan has gone from strength to strength appearing at comedy festivals all over the world, Melbourne, Montreal’s ‘Just For Laughs’ and Kilkenny as well as touring the length and breadth of Great Britain with his ‘Tooth Fairy’ tour culminating in a three night sell-out run at the Hammersmith Apollo. Alan doesn’t just perform for commoners, he has performed for her Majesty The Queen at the Royal Variety Performance too.

Press

‘Sharp, sassy material with pitch perfect comic timing’ – The List

‘Bellyachingly funny’ – The Sunday Telegraph

‘Joyous stuff that most of us can relate to without it sounding clichéd, and it is delivered effortlessly by a comedian who owns the space he is working in so much, he could put up a flag’ ***** – The Independent