Micky Flanagan is back with a brand-new live show ‘If Ever We Needed It…’
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th March 2023
Please note this is a Yondr phone-free event.
Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.ie
Micky’s been double busy writing the new show and it’s already proved a hit with fans, he’s even been doing matinees.
#mickyflanagan absolutely brilliant in Southend this afternoon on his warm up show – you’re in for a treat ! @MickyF_Official
The boy’s as funny as hell and it’s only the warm-up shows #iknowitsanemptystage
Just got back from seeing Micky Flanagan pre tour show in Blackpool. Ridiculously funny!
If that’s a warm-up, the tour will be hysterical!
The current run of shows starts in Bournemouth on 15th March and includes Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and finishes in London on 13th May. The show covers Micky turning 60 – who’d have thought it? – as well as having sex with your glasses on, his school alumni and his ballbag. It’s fair to say it’s for over-16s.
IF EVER WE NEEDED IT….
Wednesday 15th March, Bournemouth, International Centre
Friday 24th March, Dublin, 3Arena
Saturday 25th March, Dublin, 3Arena
Thursday 30th March, Birmingham, Utilita Arena
Thursday 13 April, Glasgow, OVO Hydro
Thursday 20th April, Leeds, First Direct Arena
Thursday 11th May, London, The O2
Friday 12th May, London, The O2
Saturday 13th May, London, The O2
He’s the man who gave Britain the “Out Out” phrase, which was used by Piccadilly Circus tube to put a smile on commuters’ faces as we came out out of Lockdown and went on to be used by TFL to encourage people back into theatres, restaurants and clubs. Micky cut his comedy teeth at these clubs and it clearly paid off.
His routines online, including the Perks of Peeping, The Shits Abroad, The Crafty Cockney, The Demise of Fingering, Tomato Sauce and Chicken Children, have been viewed in the hundred millions, and are a huge hit on TikTok. He keeps us laughing through the tough times – and if ever we needed it, it’s now!
‘Shakes the rafters with laughter’ Evening Standard
‘The country’s most popular comic’ The Guardian
‘On the form of his life’ The Times