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‘Great authority, lightly worn’ … Micky Flanagan.

Going out-out again: Micky Flanagan’s irresistibly unreconstructed comedy comeback

After several years away, the cheeky cockney comic is doubling down on his good-old-days brand – but despite his geezerish nostalgia he’s no anti-woke crusader

M icky Flanagan was worried, he says, that audiences might have moved on. Fair enough: it has been half a decade since he last graced the nation’s stages, when the man who defined the difference between going “out” and “ out out ” was arguably the UK’s most popular comedian . But time waits for no standup, least of all when the intervening period has seen him hit 60, and seen the context change in which old-school, cheeky chappy comedy might be delivered.

And yet, his worries are without substance, if the opening night of his Hammersmith run was any gauge. These were the last warm-up gigs before Flanagan’s tour proper starts next week, and they found the east Londoner in evergreen form, and rapturously received by a crowd that still adores him. Watching it, one could believe the market may even be growing for Flanagan’s brand of comedy, which looks at poncy modernity with the sceptical eye of one who grew up poor and without sentimentality in the middle of the previous century. These are confusing times, and there’s something reassuring about the solid certainties from a simpler age that Flanagan brings – or at least there is when delivered with Flanagan’s fundamental unseriousness and sense of fun.

The new show, If Ever We Needed It, seems even older-school than I’d expect from the comic, whose best material is smarter and more slippery than the geezer stylings suggest. But this is back-to-basics Mick, with lots of material on ’er indoors, the sitcom On the Buses , no less, and the idiocy of much modern living. The “smart meter” is contrasted with Flanagan’s dad’s no-nonsense method of dodging energy payments in the 1960s. Rimming is expertly mined for every shovelful of its obvious comic value, much as pegging was when last Flanagan took to the stage. Part of the fun of this routine is the contrast our host draws with the days of his youth, when a blowjob seemed like the most exotic of innovations.

If this all sounds blokey, well, that’s part of Flanagan’s appeal. Not for him any modern sheepishness about masculinity: that’s not what they taught you, I imagine, at Billingsgate fish market, where young Micky plied his trade. Flanagan doesn’t pretend to be anything he’s not, whether that’s an enfeebled husband mouthing swearwords behind his wife’s back, or a domestic busybody laminating the bin rota and hunting down the right items to fit the right tins. That authenticity is his ally as a comic – but equally, the refusal to rein himself in can lead to missteps. A routine tonight envying “the Arabian man”, not least for the supposed docility of his womanfolk, is a bit too 1960s for comfort.

Does this – and Flanagan’s other material on the so-called culture wars – mean we should bracket comeback-era Micky alongside Gervais and co, as another middle-aged megastar flaunting his anti-woke credentials ? Not really. Flanagan lacks the ego to set himself up as a crusader for free speech, or anything else. Nor is he in the business of upsetting anyone: his detour into trans competitors in women’s swimming (“I was straight on the Ladbrokes app”) gracefully swerves wider debates about gender. And while some might take umbrage at routines waxing nostalgic about heavy breathers (so much more innocent, argues our host, than the sexual behaviours of our own era), Flanagan’s treatment is irresistibly comical and cynicism-free.

He’s breaking no new ground then, with this return after half a decade away. But Flanagan occupies his existing terrain with great authority, lightly worn. Performed this well, there’ll always be an audience for the unreconstructed comedy of marital grouches and hair-raising sex, “remember the good old days” and dismay at modernity. Far from moving on, audiences will likely flock back to Flanagan by the thousand.

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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!” “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, announced earlier this week , 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.

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For updates and access to presale tickets from Wednesday 22nd February, join the mailing list on Micky’s official website . Tickets go on general sale from 10am Saturday 25th February.

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 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.

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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

Micky Flanagan 2023 tour dates:

  • Friday 24th 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

The full list of tour dates is not yet available. For updates and access to presale tickets from Wednesday 22nd February, join the mailing list on Micky’s official website . Tickets go on general sale from 10am Saturday 25th February.

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Micky Flanagan announces UK and Ireland comeback tour – here’s how to get tickets

It's the comedian's first tour since 2017

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Comedian Micky Flanagan has announced a UK and Ireland comeback tour – you can find details on how to secure tickets below.

Titled If Ever We Needed It , Flanagan’s new live show beings its tour in Bournemouth on March 15, before heading to Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds and then finishing in London on May 13.

Full details of the tour schedule will be released closer to the date tickets go on sale, which will be at 10am on February 25 . In the meantime, fans can subscribe to the mailing list on his website to secure pre-sale tickets.

Hi all, due to impersonations, this is my official twitter. I’m afraid I won't be using it. For the latest news please join my mailing list at https://t.co/fPxqdXeC9a & subscribe to my youtube channel https://t.co/3exZGRQVWb — Micky Flanagan (@MickyF_Official) February 25, 2021

Per the official description, the show “covers Flanagan turning 60, as well as having sex with your glasses on, his high school alumni and his ballbag. It’s fair to say it’s for over-16s.”

It continues: “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!”

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The new show will follow Flanagan’s run of previously announced warm up gigs in Newcastle later in February, and Manchester and London in early March. The comedian last took a show on the road in 2017 with his An’ Another Fing Tour.

You can find the tour dates for his warm-up shows below:

February 21, 2023 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, O2 City Hall February 22, 2023 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, O2 City Hall March 1, 2023 – Manchester, O2 Apollo March 2, 2023 – Manchester, O2 Apollo Sun March 5, 2023 – London, Eventim Apollo Mon March 6, 2023 – London, Eventim Apollo Tue March 7, 2023 – London, Eventim Apollo

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  • Date 11 May - 2 June 2023
  • Venue The O2 arena
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No mobile phones, smart watches/accessories, cameras or recording devices will be allowed in the arena at this event.  Upon arrival, all phones and smart watches/accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be unlocked at the end of the show. Guests maintain possession of their phones throughout the night, and if needed, may access their phones at designated Yondr phone zones located on the arena concourses.

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Micky Flanagan is back with a brand-new live show ‘If Ever We Needed It…’, he’s been double busy writing and it’s already proved a hit with fans. He’ll bring his live show to The O2 for multiple dates in May and June 2023.

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, 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! 

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The stand-up legend will take over venues in Bournemouth, Birmingham, Glasgow and more this spring as part of his If We Ever Needed It… Tour

British comedian Micky Flanagan has announced a run of 2023 UK tour dates this spring. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Saturday 25 February.

The brand new If We Ever Needed It…Tour will kick off on Wednesday 15 March at Bournemouth's International Centre before heading to the Utilita Arena in Birmingham on Thursday 30 March.

On Thursday 13 April, the Whitechapel native will headline the OVO Hydro in Glasgow before heading to The O2 in London for three consecutive shows on Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 May. See a full list of tour dates and venues below.

The tour will commence after a run of previously-announced at the O2 City Hall in Newcastle and Manchester's O2 Apollo on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 February, Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March. Limited tickets for these shows are still available.

Micky Flanagan 2023 UK tour dates: Tuesday 21 February – O2 City Hall, Newcastle Wednesday 22 February – O2 City Hall, Newcastle Wednesday 1 March – O2 Apollo, Manchester Thursday 2 March – O2 Apollo, Manchester Wednesday 15 March – Bournemouth International Centre Thursday 30 March – Utilita Arena, Birmingham Thursday 13 April – OVO Hydro, Glasgow Thursday 11 - Saturday 13 May – The O2, London

Tickets for Micky Flanagan go on sale at 10am on Saturday 25 February.

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Micky Flanagan is back with a brand new live show. If We Ever Needed It… Micky’s been double busy writing the new show and it’s already proved a hit with fans, he’s even been doing matinees. The current run of shows starts in Bournemouth and includes Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and finishes in London. The show…

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It is five years since Micky Flanagan last toured and not a lot has happened to him during those years. As he joked to a packed arena, he mainly pretends to work in his office and watches Bargain Loving Brits. There was a pandemic too, he notes. Or as he puts in with typical Flanaganesque understatement, “we had a bit of aggravation”.

Anyone expecting a David Bowie -style reinvention might be disappointed by the tousle-haired Eastender’s new show If We Ever Needed It. He moans, for example, about the aches and angst of recently turning sixty, but he was having comparable comedic growing pains in his fifties.

Intimate bits of his body are be becoming leathery but his wit is as silky smooth as ever, even when the targets are low-hanging fruit. Big laughs are prompted by a veritable bunch of gripes, from fellow sunbathers on the beach who are more irritating than sand in your sausage rolls to society’s obsession with new teeth and cartoon eyebrows.

As in previous shows Flanagan has plenty to say about the uneasy truce he has with his wife over everything from division of household chores to communicating with each other in their unashamedly big house. A beautifully-observed running gag about the varying volumes of “caller” and “callee” is the closest thing here to his legendary Out Out routine.

Politics is largely skimmed over, although he does deliver arguably the world’s worst Boris Johnson impression. Worst in a good way, that is, so grotesquely exaggerated it is more like a living Hogarth engraving than an audition for Dead Ringers.

Cancel culture and gender politics are mentioned, but unlike certain stand-ups of his age he is not noisily anti-woke and stops well short of spouting the overused mantra of “you can’t saying anything any more”. Instead he uses the idea of being triggered to recall a memorable changing room encounter at his Bethnal Green comprehensive school.

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As ever, Flanagan is happy to be the fall guy throughout, very much playing the blokey male stereotype who prefers shirking to working. At one point he reveals that he recently went to a musical to placate his wife – “torture!” – and wonders if there could be a market for a musical about The Krays.

He might be a little traditional at times, but Flanagan is a fantastic stand-up with an ear for a relatable yarn. Despite being under the weather he landed his punchlines with laser-guided precision, grinning and swaggering around the stage. When it comes to filling vast arenas with smiles he is out there on his own. Or maybe that should be out out there on his own.

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  • Micky Flanagan is embarking on a major new tour
  • The first dates for If Ever We Needed It... have been announced today
  • Tickets go on sale on Saturday 25th February

Micky Flanagan is going back on tour this year with new show If Ever We Needed It... .

Tickets go on sale next Saturday, 25th February, at 10am, and a first batch of eight dates have been announced today. They will be available to purchase through Ticketmaster .

Promoters tease: "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."

Wednesday 15th March - Bournemouth, International Centre Friday 24th 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

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As an alternative to the Coronation, Micky will be doing an extra London date at OVO Arena Wembley on 6th May, with a matinee and an evening show - it could be his crowning (clowning) glory! 8000 people attended the last coronation at Westminster Abbey, Micky is expecting 23,000 for his shows on 6th May.

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This event is a phone free experience. Upon entry your mobile tickets will be scanned and your seat details will be printed out on a paper ticket before your phone is locked away in a Yondr pouch. If you would like to transfer tickets to other members of your party, please do so before the event.

No mobile phones, smart watches/accessories, cameras or recording devices will be allowed in the arena at this event.  Upon arrival, all phones and smart watches/accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be unlocked at the end of the show. Guests maintain possession of their phones throughout the night, and if needed, may access their phones at designated Yondr phone zones located on the arena concourses.  

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  Foyer/Mezzanine bar/The American Express Lounge open 11.30am VIP Entrance/Heroes Lounge/Heineken Lounge open 12pm Doors to building/Auditorium 12.30pm Finish 4pm Evening: Foyer/Mezzanine bar/The American Express Lounge open 5.30pm VIP Entrance/Heroes Lounge/Heineken Lounge open 6pm Doors to building/Auditorium 6.30pm Finish 10pm  

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As you obtained your ticket via AXS.com , then you will have an AXS Mobile ID ticket . 

You and your guests will need to download the OVO Arena Wembley venue app to access your tickets and have them scanned as you go into the arena. However once inside, the venue, this event is a phone free experience . Upon entry your mobile tickets will be scanned and your seat details will be printed out on a paper ticket before your phone is locked away in a Yondr pouch . If you would like to transfer tickets to other members of your party, please do so before arriving at the event.

No mobile phones, smart watches/accessories, cameras or recording devices will be allowed in the arena at this event.  Upon arrival, all phones and smart watches/accessories will be secured in individual Yondr pouches that will be unlocked at the end of the show. Guests maintain possession of their phones throughout the night, and if needed, may access their phones at designated Yondr phone zones located on the arena concourses.

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micky flanagan warm tour 2023

Micky Flanagan has announced his  If Ever We Needed It... Tour.

The London comedian will stop at Bournemouth International Centre, Dublin's 3Arena, Birmingham's Utilita Arena, OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Leeds' First Direct Arena and The O2 Arena in London, where he'll wrap up the run with three nights on May 11, 12 and 13.

The new stand-up show will see Flanagan talking about turning 60. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on February 25.

He will continue to road-test material for the show with previously announced warm-up gigs in Newcastle, Manchester and London in late February and early March.

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Micky Flanagan Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue February 21 2023 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE O2 City Hall Wed February 22 2023 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE O2 City Hall Wed March 01 2023 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo Thu March 02 2023 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo Sun March 05 2023 - LONDON Eventim Apollo Mon March 06 2023 - LONDON Eventim Apollo Tue March 07 2023 - LONDON Eventim Apollo Wed March 15 2023 - BOURNEMOUTH BIC Fri March 24 2023 - DUBLIN 3Arena Thu March 30 2023 - BIRMINGHAM Utilita Arena Thu April 13 2023 - GLASGOW OVO Hydro Thu April 20 2023 - LEEDS first direct Arena Thu May 11 2023 - LONDON O2 Arena Fri May 12 2023 - LONDON O2 Arena Sat May 13 2023 - LONDON O2 Arena

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