The inimitable Alan Carr is heralded as one of Britain’s leading comic talents. He has been leaving audiences breathless the length and breadth of the country for the last few years. He is a multi-award winning comedian and host of Alan Carr Chatty Man. Alan is also currently a judge on the UK version of the outrageously good Ru Paul’s Drag Race on BBC. Other shows include Sky One’s, There’s Something About the Movies and ITV’s Alan Carr’s Epic Game Show and C4’s I Don’t Like Mondays. He also presents on BBC Radio 2 with Melanie Sykes
At the start of his career he won the Citylife New Comedian of the Year and was then awarded the winner of the Northwest Stand Up of The Year and winner of the BBC New Comedian of the Year. He has left his mark on the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with hugely successful shows: Alan Carr; I love Alan Carr and Me Ead’s Spinning. His shows have played to sell out crowds every night and gained a plethora of five star reviews across the board. His latest nationwide tour was a sell out. Alan is also a regular at all the major comedy clubs in the UK and even has his own monthly night at the Manchester Comedy Store, Alan Carr’s Ice Cream Sunday. Alan hosted the showbiz party that everyone wants an invite to. Loud, tongue in cheek and completely of the moment, Celebrity Ding Dong pitted five real members of the public against five real celebrities in a game where both could win some real prizes. If that wasn’t enough, in between games Alan took an irreverent look at the week’s world of celebrity news with a selection of regular comedy studio items and VT’s. His other media appearances have received critical acclaim and include Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Eight Out of Ten Cats, Countdown, TV Heaven Telly Hell, Comic Relief’s A Question of Comedy with Jack Dee, Frank Skinner and Dara O’Briain, Alan Carr and Friends, Does the Team Think, and of course as the brilliant co-host along with Justin Lee Collins on the Friday Night Project.
“It’s joyous stuff that most of us can relate to without it sounding clichéd and it is delivered effortlessly by a comedian who owns the space he is working in so much, he could put up a flag” The Independent.
“Alan Car is the spiritual son of Frankie Howerd” City Live.