Peter Kay cancels all tour dates due to family health

Peter Kay cancels all tour dates due to family health

The comedian, known for Pheonix Nights and Peter Kay's Car Share, released a statement on Wednesday apologising to his fans.

Writing on Twitter, one wrote: "Gutted that Peter Kay's had to cancel his tour but family comes first, hoping all's well" while another tweeted: "So so gutted Peter Kay has cancelled his tour...sad for him too!"

Kay had initially announced 26 dates for the now cancelled Peter Kay Live Arena Tour, but due to huge public demand, it was increased to over 100 shows between April 2018 and June 2019.

The tour was due to kick off in Birmingham on 21 April 2018 and wrap in Liverpool almost a year later, on 19 March 2019.

In a statement announcing the cancellation of his tour, Peter Kay said: 'Due to unforeseen family circumstances, I deeply regret I am having to cancel all of my upcoming work projects.

"This unfortunately includes my upcoming stand-up tour, Dance for Life shows and any outstanding work commitments".

'Once again, I'm very sorry'.

The star has cancelled his tour
The star has cancelled his tour

TicketMaster said: "We will automatically refund the ticket cost and all fees back onto the card you originally purchased with".

Last month, in an interview with Jonathan Ross on ITV, Kay revealed he did not like performing live and that this would likely be his final tour. I know how lucky I am to be making television series and have really loved these past few years working on Car Share but I miss doing stand-up.

Customers can be refunded from their original point of purchase.

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Dundalk fans of the comic will be disappointed to hear the news - Matthews Coach hire had planned to run a bus service to Dublin's 3Arena to cater for Kay's many local fans.

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