Michael McIntyre adds second night in Dublin

Michael McIntyre adds second night in Dublin

Michael McIntyre is adding a second date to the Irish leg of his Big World tour.

The comedian is now performing on both June 8 and June 9 in Dublin's Three Arena.

Michael will also be performing in arenas across the UK as well as revisiting Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa and Norway and heading to America, Canada, Switzerland, Iceland, Sweden, Malta and the Netherlands for the first time.

In the UK, Michael has performed three arena tours selling over 1.5 million tickets, including a record 28 times at London's 16,000 capacity O2 Arena where he was awarded the keys to the venue along with Prince, Take That and One Direction.

Around the world, Michael has previously sold out arenas in New Zealand, Australia and Dubai and holds the record for the biggest selling comedy shows in South Africa and Norway.

Michael currently presents his own television show Michael McIntyre's Big Show on BBC1 and if the Big World is anything like it, we can't wait.

Tickets from €45.50 go on sale this Friday May 5 at 9am via Ticketmaster.ie

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