Star stand-up Alan Carr has announced 57 dates in a new UK tour – and the last two are in York.
The man whose TV appearances include fronting his own Channel 4 chat-show Alan Carr Chatty Man and appearing as a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, is embarking on his first tour for four years later this year.
His tour starts in September and culminates with two dates at the York Barbican – Friday, 18 December and Saturday, 19 December.
It’s been four years since Alan last went on tour, and in that time he’s managed to find himself in all sorts of dramas.
Between his star-studded wedding day and becoming an accidental anarchist, from fearing for his life at border control to becoming a reluctant farmer, three words spring to mind… ‘Not again, Alan!’
Join Alan on tour as he muses upon the things that make his life weird and wonderful.
Tickets go on sale from Wednesday (29 January) at 10am. They are available on the York Barbican website, via 0203 356 5441 or by visiting the box office.
Fourth solo tour
Not Again, Alan! is Alan’s fourth UK solo tour. The previous sold-out tours were Tooth Fairy (2007), Spexy Beast (2011) and Yap, Yap, Yap! in 2015 – all of which went on to become top selling DVD releases.
It’s been a busy few years for Alan since he finished hosting 16 series of his BAFTA award-winning Channel 4 chat-show Alan Carr Chatty Man.
His recent TV shows include: two series of There’s Something About Movies (Sky One), Kylie’s Secret Night (Channel 4), Alan Carr’s Celebrity Replay (ITV), I Don’t Like Mondays (Channel 4), The Price Is Right (Channel 4) and Alan Carr’s Happy Hour (Channel 4).
Alan has also co-hosted four Stand Up To Cancer live fundraising events for Channel 4.
Other TV appearances include as a judge on RuPaul’s DragRace UK (BBC), A League Of Their Own European Roadtrip (Sky One), Celebrity Bake Off Stand Up To Cancer Special (Channel 4), and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4).
As well as a star of stage and screen, Alan has also written two highly commended autobiographies – Look Who It Is! and Alanatomy.
Alan can also regularly be heard on BBC Radio 2 where he presents numerous shows thoughout the year with co-host Mel Sykes.