Lee Evans Tickets Are Now On Sale
20 May 2013
Lee Evans tickets for his new Monsters 2014 tour are now available to buy.
Bristol born Lee Evans got his first taste of fame when he won the 1993 Perrier Comedy Awards and the stand-up genius has gone from strength to strength. His first tour Wired and Wonderful (2002) was a sell-out at Wembley Arena for two nights in a row, with 20,000 people watching Lee Evans develop into one of the best British UK stand-up comedians.
His next conquest was to get him into the Guinness Book of World by performing in front of over 10,000 people at the Manchester Arena in 2005.
His first tour Wired and Wonderful (2002) was a sell-out at Wembley Arena for two nights in a row, with 20,000 people watching Lee Evans develop into one of the best British UK stand-up comedians.
Lee Evans next conquest was to get him into the Guinness Book of World by performing in front of over 10,000 people at the Manchester Arena in 2005.
Lee Evans infectious energy and charisma, along with his signature facial expressions and extremely honest approach to comedy has made him one of the most in-demand comedians in the last 10 years.
One of his funniest moments in his Roadrunner tour, which was his last big tour back in 2011 and ran for an amazing 67 nights, included his observations on everyday life, such as Ikea furniture having ‘weird Swedish names’ and is difficult to carry, estate agents are awful and that Easyjet air stewardesses are doused in heavy fake tan.
Another part of the Lee Evans show which captivated the audience, was his impression of a digital satellite breaking up, and his impression of eating a bogey, which had 10,000 people regress in their seats, but was nether the less absolutely hilarious to watch.
Although Lee Evans has a wide audience, some aspects of his show definitely does appeal to a more ‘mature audience’, such as his Bohemian Rhapsody mime and as one critic said “A Lee Evans gig without this would be like a Rolling Stones gig without Satisfaction."
You can see the funny man perform next year when he attempts to take his new Monsters tour across the UK and kicks of his Monsters tour on Wednesday, 20th August at the Bournemouth International Centre, where he will perform for 5 nights (20th-24th), he then travels to the Brighton Centre from (Wednesday 27th-31st August), Nottingham Arena (Thursday 4th September – 7th September).
Lee Evans will be at The O2 arena on Friday 26th September 2014 for four nights and you can secure all Lee Evans tickets on Ticketmaster’s GET ME IN! ticket market.