Michael McIntyre returns to Salisbury for warm up show

Michael McIntyre (Julias House)

12:45pm 16th January 2018
(Updated 12:46pm 16th January 2018)

Michael McIntyre is back in Salisbury.

The comedian is performing a warm up show at the Playhouse tonight (16th January) ahead of his Big World Tour.

Tickets for the event sold out in 76 minutes leaving many fans disappointed.

McIntyre sold outPG


Queue Hen

(Pictured: People queuing to try to get tickets for Michael McIntyre's show in Salisbury)

It's the second time the much loved stand up has had a warm up show in our city.

Back in 2016 he did a gig at the City Hall in support of Julia's House, the charity behind Wiltshire's new children's hospice.

Michael. who is one of the UK's most  most successful comedians, often makes reference to his home in Devizes and living in the Wiltshire countryside in his sketches.

But that could be shortlived, earlier this month it was reported that the comedian was thinking of selling the six bed mansion.

 

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