Peter Kay: The Tour That Doesn't Tour Reviews
Description:'Phoenix Nights' star Peter Kay is back on tour and bringing laughter to a whole host of cities across the UK and ... more
Newest Review: ... you hadn't been as fortunate as we were then there were 3 massive screens capturing every move of the great man. I have been on the upper most tier of the arena before to see Russell Howard and still got a great show. As an added bonus, it was the DVD recording so Kay was on fine form!! (Few extra points earned!!) After many years out of the touring game, he's no lost any of his charm, whit ... more
Customer Peter Kay: The Tour That Doesn't Tour Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/11/11 (Very useful, 112 readings)
The past year and a half has seen the return of one of the countries favourite and most successful comedians, following up his simply awesome 'Mum wants a new Bungalow' tour. I was disappointed when he sold out every venue the first time round, so when new dates were added, I whipped the laptop open and snatched tickets for me and my friends as soon as I could. We went to the o2, row 7, the friendship points I earned there were unbelievable. If you hadn't been as fortunate as we were then there were 3 massive screens capturing every move of the great man. I have been on the upper most tier of the arena before to see Russell Howard and still got a great show. As an ... Read the complete review
by DMA57 - written on 02/02/11
Saw Peter Kay at the Sheffield Arena last Sunday night (30 Jan 2011). He was fantastic! We laughed for two hours non-stop! All new material with a couple of nostalgic refrences to running gags (garlic bread, R Julie etc).We paid £35 for the tickets (plus booking fee) and they were a bargain for the fabulous night we enjoyed! Would go and see this show again any time. My advice - if you can grab tickets, get them, you won't regret it! My only concern, although he was very energetic, Peter didn't look really well, a bit white faced and too over weight. Please take care of yourself, Peter - we love you bro!!
by - written on 29/11/10 (Very useful, 1355 readings)
Peter Kay's back with his brand new tour that doesn't tour tour! Being big fans on his, me and my family were fortunate enough to snap up some tickets which were selling like hotcakes, and as a result we got to go see him live recently on Friday 26th November at Sheffield Motorpoint Arena. The seats the four of us had were really good, the very top row of the upmost tier in the block right next to the stage, and although we were quite high up there were three big screens (two either side of the stage and one behind him) allowing us to see the many facial expressions Kay uses during his routine. There was no support act prior to Peter's appearance - ... Read the complete review
by James Alderson - written on 28/11/10
Just returned from Sheffield arena leg of the tour. I have to say that I am a massive fan. Read all his books, seen all his shows including the early stuff, and if he's ever on tv I always record it. I love him. Very heart warming comedy. The first thing that got me about this show was how short the first half was. Less than 40 minutes. After a twenty minute interval his second half lasted just under an hour before a 10 minute encore. Sadly, I would say this was money for old rope. I laughed out loud maybe 3 times, smiled quite a few but I think that as a huge fan I've heard almost all his 'new' stuff in his various appearances and interviews over ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/10 (Very useful, 1424 readings)
I went to the second night of this tour, at the Manchester Evening News Arena and was surprised when Rick Astley turned up as the support act! **Once in a lifetime for me!*** Peter Kay is a favourite of mine and I've read his books and watched his DVDs, but I never thought I'd get to see him play live. ***New material*** Fortunately he did come up with some new material for the tour that doesn't tour (but it does actually!) and he raised a lot of laughs on the night. There were a few references to the good old jokes like R Julie etc. I was there with my whole family - husband, sister, BIL, Mum and Dad and there wasn't any cringey moments ... Read the complete review
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