Alan Carr

Millennium Forum, Thursday 10th - Sunday, 13th December

Alan Carr has been yapping his way throughout the UK and Ireland this year with his Yap,Yap,Yap Live Tour. 

The chatty man has returned to his stand up roots with a sell-out tour continuing his observational comedy on everyday life with a bit of innuendo.

Performing for four nights at the Millennium Forum this month, The BAFTA and British Comedy Award winning comedian, author and chat show host will have the place in stiches I’m sure.

The tour DVD itself was released last month just in time for Christmas so you will be able to get your hands on it after the show and take it home to re-run the gags over the festive period.

Carr’s a busy man, between his successful Channel 4 Friday night show and stand up, this year he became a Hollywood superstar – well kind of – when he voiced one of the seagulls in the UK version of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.

Alan Carr Live at the Apollo

His Chatty Man show is how he became a household name in the UK and Ireland though. However, he was on our screens prior to that with The Sunday Night Project (previously the Friday Night Project) as the side kick of Justin Lee Collins, remember him? Well, he’s gone completely off the radar after some controversy, while Alan Carr has thrived during the subsequent years.

Yap Yap Yap is Carr’s first major stand-up tour in three years and is a “very personal” show.

“I talk about my partner. The show is about my life so he has to be in it. I didn’t want to start lying and saying I still live on my own in Stretford. My partner doesn’t necessarily like being part of the show but I said to him, ‘Look, it’s paying the bills. See those shoes you’re wearing? Comedy bought them so stop moaning’.

“It’s a gamble including so much personal stuff but it pays dividends... There is an honesty in this show that people will appreciate” he said.

If you’re quick, you can still catch a ticket to Alan Carr’s Sunday show at the Millennium Forum.

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