Wednesday 28th October - Extra Date / Second Show
- Doors Open:
Michael McIntyre 27th & 28th October
Ticket Date Clarification
There may be some confusion with some ticket holders coming to this event regarding the date their ticket is valid for, following a shift in the event date, and then a subsequent additional date being added! We have already informed those patrons involved, but want to ensure that everyone involved is fully aware of their correct show date.
To enable you to confirm your show date, please check your ticket(s) information against the notes below;
Any tickets for the 28th October show including a reference to 2nd DATE after the date, are for the 28th October show.
These are the only valid tickets for this show!
All other tickets saying either 27th October, or 28th October without the reference above are for the 27th October show.
If you are still unsure as to the date your tickets are valid for, please call the following number to speak to one of our representatives: 0191 2606066
If you bought your tickets through Ticketmaster, please call: 08444 999 999 for further clarification.
This is the Arena’s official advice and supersedes any other information from other sources.
"The man is, quite simply, top-to-toe hilarious" ***** - Daily Telegraph
"One of the most gifted performers to emerge for years" - Evening Standard
"Inhabits the stage like he was born there" - The Guardian
* * Please note the first show was originally Wednesday 28th October but is now Tuesday 27th October with Wednesday 28th October now an extra date / second show. Tickets are not interchangeable. * *
Following a sell out date at our sister venue The Journal Tyne Theatre, and now due exceptional demand for tickets for his Metro Radio Arena debut, we are pleased to secure an additional date of Wednesday 28th October 2009 for the incredible Michael McIntyre.
In his smart suit and electrified floppy hair-do this sublime stand-up might resemble a city whizz-kid but he is the most bankable banter merchant on the block.
He does classic observational comedy of social embarrassment better than anyone, whether it is exploring the protocol of kissing, dissecting the etiquette of exchanging phone numbers or revealing what happens when two limp handshakes collide.
He turns everyday encounters into masterclasses of anthropological exasperation.
Michael's brilliantly engaging delivery and effortless rapport with the audience have led to him to be hailed, by audiences and critics alike, as the best new stand up to emerge in a decade.
Tickets on sale 10am Thursday 28th May 2009