Lee Evans to quit comedy
21 Nov 2014
Lee Evans to quit comedy
Lee Evans, one of Britain’s most-loved comedians has announced he will quit comedy and retire from performing to spend more time with his family.

Lee Evans : “This is it.”

The news quickly spread across the Web: Lee Evans to retire from comedy after his current Monsters tour! The announcement to quit comedy and retire from performing was made during his appearance at ITV’s Jonathan Ross Show (to be aired Saturday 22 November 2014) and comes as a shock to his legions of fans.

"I am 50. I am frigging knackered,” says Lee Evans during the chat with Jonathan Ross, “This is it. Finished. This is the end. I am not doing anything."

The superstar comedian, who starred in the blockbuster There’s Something About Mary and on TV in Doctor Who, is currently on his Monster tour and plans to dedicate more of his time to his family.

Two shows at the Wembley Arena in London tonight, Friday 21 November, and tomorrow, will mark the begin of the last leg of the tour with six final shows at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena between 25 and 30 November.

Lee Evans : tickets

These shows are likely the last chance to see Lee Evans live for some time and if you haven’t seen previously you need to get your tickets quick!

Lee Evans tickets for the remaining shows of the Monster tour can still be purchased on GET ME IN! It's Ticketmaster’s official marketplace and offers fans an easy, safe and secure platform buy and list tickets to events. Tickets go from as little as just £22*!

Hurry, tickets are limited and are selling fast! Don’t miss your chance to see the comedy legend on what look like his last ever tour.

Lee Evans : Monsters tour (remaining shows)

November 2014 Wembley Arena, London (21, 22)
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff (25 - 30)