Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley Trailer

Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley Trailer (2009)

16 November 2009 Comedy 83 mins

Michael McIntyre, the comedy sensation of 2009, is back. Michael McIntyre’s meteoric rise to fame took the comedy world by storm last year. He sold out over 100 tour dates around the UK and his first DVD release Michael McIntyre Live & Laughing became the fastest selling debut stand up DVD of all time. Michael sets off on his biggest tour to date taking his new show to arenas around the UK.

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