Michael Mcintyre

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18-19/25-29/10 Michael McIntyre is a comedian, writer, television presenter and household name. The son of a comedy writer, it seems that laughter was in his blood from an early age. His career took off when he appeared on the BBC series Live At The Apollo in 2007. From there he appeared on numerous panel shows before hosting Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow from 2009. His live shows began to draw in huge audiences and in 2012 he was the highest grossing stand up comedian in the world. In 2020 he became the host of a new BBC gameshow called The Wheel which became a huge hit and went on to host the US version two years later. It’s been five years since his last tour and a lot has happened. This is what he will be addressing in his brand new show Macnificent, which stops off for two nights at Brighton Centre. brightoncentre.co.uk

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