Last year the t'internet virtually imploded when tickets for Peter Kay's 'Tour That Doesn't Tour - Tour' went on sale. Every venue pretty-much sold out as soon as they went on sale, but if you missed-out first time around and you still hanker for a bit of Kay magic next month (or in June) then this ticket update might just cheer you up a bit.
His UK and Ireland jaunt begins in London at the O2 Arena on 31st March until 4th April - resale tickets are still available for less than the original face-value of £35.88, including 1st April for £25 and 3rd April for £29.99. Other O2 dates have a few limited resales starting at £36 and £37.99 with other more expensive options also available from our trusted agent. If you can't make the O2 in April, there are still a few face-value tickets available for his June shows, running from 6th - 10th June and priced at £35.74.
Moving on to other Peter Kay venues and again his April shows have all but sold out of face-value tickets, however re-sales are available at slightly higher prices. Pick of the bunch for the rest are the 7th and 8th April in Birmingham (£44.32 and £39.77 respectively - the strange prices are down to Mr VATman!), 14th April in Glasgow (£50) and 25th April in Liverpool (£45.45). Other cities also have a few seats for around £60.
As for his other 2011 dates outside of London, you should still be able to pick up face-value tickets for his NEC gigs on 14th and 15th June (or resales for 16th - 18th) but only resales for Manchester from 27th September until 21st October, including 5th and 7th October for £35, 30th Sep and 4th Oct for £47.73 and 6th October for £48.86. All prices are exclusive of fees.