Riding a huge wave of popularity at the moment after becoming a regular face on our TV screens, both in his own right and as a participant on Mock the Week, Micky Flanagan and his schedule have become decidedly busier in the last year or so.
Since the announcement of his Back in the Game tour, shows have been selling out left, right and indeed centre. Earlier shows in the spring have all sold out, forcing Flanagan to announce autumn gigs to satiate demand. Frankly, it hasn't worked. Well, it has worked - they've been selling out as well - but punters are running out of options in the bigger cities. Or rather, they were.
The good news for Micky Flanagan fans is that he's unveiled more big shows. The bad news? There isn't any.
London will have two more shows added to the schedule - the two additional dates will take place on 30th and 31st May on home turf at the Hackney Empire. These performances will be filmed for a future DVD release, making this a bit of a must-see for fans. Tickets cost £28.
Other new shows include arena performances in, again, London (25th October), Cardiff (3rd November), Nottingham (15th), Manchester (22nd) and Birmingham on 23rd November. Tickets on sale now, priced from £26.50 upwards.