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[email protected]!! Amazing value to see some new material from MM :D

Michael McIntyre will be trying out material for his new show, supported by John Gordillo

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Wed 26 May 21:30
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1 Like #1
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#2
sounds good to me,can't go wrong with a tenner!!!:thumbsup:
#3
Great deal,booked for the 1st :thumbsup: rep added
#4
How long will this be you reckon?
1 Like #5
Bargain whether you want to watch the show or just turn up to throw rotten fruit.
(I'd be in the latter group) And maybe, with him trying out new stuff, you might get to hear some jokes before he's worked out which ones are funny and stopped using them.
Voted hot!
#6
This guy is mildly funny at best, pretty cringeworthy on a bad day.
#7
GigerPunk
Bargain whether you want to watch the show or just turn up to throw rotten fruit.
(I'd be in the latter group) And maybe, with him trying out new stuff, you might get to hear some jokes before he's worked out which ones are funny and stopped using them.
Voted hot!


+1
#8
Booked! MM is hilarious..
#9
ordered 2. Will be £40 once he plays the o2
#10
9:30 start on a wednesday!? bit late unless you live in Leicester sq tbh
1 Like #11
Good deal, though I can't stand him and find him painfully unfunny. The way he laughs at his own jokes makes me want to take a hair-brush to the back of his legs. And his eyes close up too.
2 Likes #12
From Outnumbered last night :

Q: What are you watching ?

A: Michael McIntyre

Q: Why is the sound off ?

A: Because it's Michael McIntyre

:thumbsup:
#13
molerat
From Outnumbered last night :

Q: What are you watching ?

A: Michael McIntyre

Q: Why is the sound off ?

A: Because it's Michael McIntyre

:thumbsup:


just reminded me i need to watch that on iplayer - thanks :-D
#14
Thanks for the deal I booked three....
And my cousins booked two more....
I can only say one thing MM is halariouse so grab your self a bargain to see him live!
#15
Booked.
1 Like #16
kingboom4
Thanks for the deal I booked three....
And my cousins booked two more....
I can only say one thing MM is halariouse so grab your self a bargain to see him live!



Halariouse he may be... hilarious he is not....
#17
Good venue. Saw Stewart Lee there earlier this year.
#18
pompous gimp.

did anyone ever see him on the 3 shows he did on mock the week, he just couldnt keep up with anyone else and was basically a mute the whole game, failing miserably in every round. the guy just can't think on his feet at all which is always a sign of a limp standup. he's alright for the thickies, the younger viewers and grandparents though -so would consider this as a good family outing if you can put up with him.

"On learning last year that he was not on the shortlist for the if.comedy award, harangued two judges for a full 20 minutes, saying this was a monstrous insult to his craft, to comedy and his legions of fans, and that he should have been - I quote - 'A shoo-in for the award'. Ah, but sadly you never were, Michael. Not even close."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2008/aug/10/edinburghfestival.comedy
1 Like #19
Nellster


he's alright for the thickies, the younger viewers and grandparents though -]


How can you call someone else a "pompous gimp" when you come out with garbage like the above. Your opinion becomes severely devalued when you call people that don't agree with your opinion "thick"
#20
Saw him at the O2 and never laughed so much in my life.

Thank you so much for posting this - my other half will be chuffed to bits too.

Nellster you must be one seriously miserable git.
#21
Nellster
pompous gimp.

he's alright for the thickies, the younger viewers and grandparents though -so would consider this as a good family outing if you can put up with him.



Maybe you just need a sense of humour rather than a stick up your @**e! Clearly his success isn't reflective of your ridiculously patronising opinion!

Thanks OP - booked for OH.:thumbsup:
#22
manoir
How can you call someone else a "pompous gimp" when you come out with garbage like the above. Your opinion becomes severely devalued when you call people that don't agree with your opinion "thick"


Tbf, most of the people I know who think this guy is funny are pretty thick.
#23
He is just a **** ..God he is ***** ..
#24
This site isn't about who likes what, it's about hot deals..
#25
K3ane;8666462
Tbf, most of the people I know who think this guy is funny are pretty thick.


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1 Like #26
manoir
How can you call someone else a "pompous gimp" when you come out with garbage like the above. Your opinion becomes severely devalued when you call people that don't agree with your opinion "thick"


To be fair to the lad; MM humour is aimed at 'thickies'. There's nothing wrong with that, it just is what it is.
#27
I think there should be a permanent banner on this site...

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#28
Nellster


"On learning last year that he was not on the shortlist for the if.comedy award, harangued two judges for a full 20 minutes, saying this was a monstrous insult to his craft, to comedy and his legions of fans, and that he should have been - I quote - 'A shoo-in for the award'. Ah, but sadly you never were, Michael. Not even close."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2008/aug/10/edinburghfestival.comedy


Thats a quote from an article printed in 2008, referencing 2007.

He's done a heck of a lot on TV since, which can only be deemed as a success, so i'd be very surprised if he didn't qualify for the 2010 shortlist.

You may not like his 'pompous' ways, as others may not like yours, but at least he's funny :thumbsup:
#29
I'm off to see John Bishop try out new material in Liverpool on Sunday. Was only a tenner.

Much funnier than MM as well!
#30
This guy and funny are complete strangers! You couldn't pay me to sit through one of his lame performances!
#31
Thought he was funny based on first DVD, saw him at Wembley, realised not so funny. 90 minute set split up with a half hour interval and no warm up. Worst £30 ever spent!

Seen Lee Mack and Russell Howard live in last 12 months, Michael McIntyre not good enough to be their warm up on basis of these shows!
#32
He's not so much a stand-up comic as he is a buffoon. :thumbsup:


[SIZE="1"][COLOR="Silver"]And if you think I could only mean buffoon in the pejorative sense then you ARE thick. If you don't know what pejorative means, even worse[/COLOR][/SIZE] :-D
#33
i saw him at Warrington a couple of years back and he was hilarious. Some people don't find him funny but i would suspect those people are more the fans of Bernard Manning and Jim Davidson so wouldn't really "get" his type of humour.
On a side note i always thing when comedians get too big and start playing 20,000 seat venues its never as good as when they play smaller venues. Another guy i saw who was very funny was Rhod Gilbert, he's well worth seeing as well, although ironically i get the impression he isn't a great fan of the Macintyre!
#34
leedsmackem
Thought he was funny based on first DVD, saw him at Wembley, realised not so funny. 90 minute set split up with a half hour interval and no warm up. Worst £30 ever spent!

Seen Lee Mack and Russell Howard live in last 12 months, Michael McIntyre not good enough to be their warm up on basis of these shows!


I'll agree with you on Lee Mack being great but Russell Howard? I don't find him funny at all!
#35
That a shame, only single seats left. Would like to have taken the Mrs as a treat for her.
#36
Wow, opinions at both ends of the spectrum here! - I personally think he's pretty funny. It's good to be able to watch something funny which rarely if ever has to fall back on swearing too :)

His laugh snort snot sneeze thing was well funny lol
#37
jimwhite1978
i saw him at Warrington a couple of years back and he was hilarious. Some people don't find him funny but i would suspect those people are more the fans of Bernard Manning and Jim Davidson so wouldn't really "get" his type of humour.
On a side note i always thing when comedians get too big and start playing 20,000 seat venues its never as good as when they play smaller venues. Another guy i saw who was very funny was Rhod Gilbert, he's well worth seeing as well, although ironically i get the impression he isn't a great fan of the Macintyre!


+1 for Rhod Gilbert - his duvet sketch was class
#38
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Price is good for those who want to see the fella but I'd add an extra 10 bob for paracetamol for the earache and banging head you're most likely to have when you leave! :whistling:
#39
MM is as funny as Patrick Kielty...
suspended#40
Funny as toothache this fella!

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