Michael McIntyre ‘Very Excited’ to Return to Stage After Emergency Surgery

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Michael McIntyre is set to resume his UK tour after canceling shows due to emergency surgery. The popular stand-up comedian recently underwent an operation to remove kidney stones, which led to the cancellation of his Southampton show at the Mayflower Theatre.

In a statement on social media, McIntyre’s team confirmed that the surgery went well and that he is looking forward to returning to the stage.

His next tour date is Friday, March 8, with a show in Nottingham. The tour will resume on this date as planned, and fans can expect McIntyre to deliver his trademark humor once again.

Michael McIntyre (Credits: The Sun)

The comedian apologized to fans for the cancellations and expressed regret for any inconvenience. He had previously canceled his Plymouth show on February 29 due to illness, and the Southampton show was also affected.

Despite these setbacks, McIntyre’s team remains optimistic about the rest of the tour and is working to reschedule the cancelled shows for a later date. Fans unable to attend the Southampton show will have the opportunity to see McIntyre live when the rescheduled date is announced.

McIntyre’s UK tour has been highly anticipated, and fans are eager to see him back on stage. His comedy is known for its relatability and humor, and audiences can expect a night of laughter and entertainment when McIntyre returns to performing live.

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