IT’S been four years since funnyman Alan Carr last went on tour - and if you know anything about the comedian, you won’t be surprised to learn that in that time, he’s managed to find himself in all sorts of dramas.

Between his star-studded wedding day and becoming an accidental anarchist, from fearing for his life at border control to becoming a reluctant farmer, three words spring to mind… Not again, Alan!

So it is only fitting that the 44-year-old comic and TV star named his latest tour exactly that.

He will be spending his live shows in front of fans musing upon all the many things that make his life weird and wonderful.

From September 2020, the multi-award winning comic will be performing at 57 of the UK’s finest theatres kicking off in Dunfermline at the Alhambra Threatre on September 5 and culminating at the Barbican in York on December 19.

He will be taking in not one, but three live shows in Bucks in that time - the first at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in Exchange Street on November 4, the second three days later at the Wycombe Swan on November 7 and the third at the Swan again on November 26.

So what can you expect if you head to see Alan live?

The Evening Standard described his show as “sheer entertainment”, while The Sunday Telegraph said it was “bellyachingly funny”.

Since he first popped up on our screens in 2006 as presenter on the Friday Night Project, a hugely popular comedy-variety show with Justin Lee Collins, Alan’s unique style of humour and effortless stage presence has made him one of Britain’s most successful and treasured comedians.

He has 16 series’ of Channel 4’s Chatty Man under his belt, winning a string of awards including a BAFTA and two British Comedy Awards for his work.

He has also appeared as a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and hosted his own radio show, Going Out With Alan Carr on Radio 2.

But he also loves performing live and Alan’s 2015 tour Yap, Yap, Yap saw him take on more than 150 dates across the UK and Ireland culminating in the release of his DVD.

His previous tour Spexy Beast Live was a 33-date arena tour.

But he wasn’t always destined for fame - he spent years working in a supermarket as well as a call centre for lost and stolen credit cards.

Get tickets to Not Again Alan! at the Aylesbury Waterside on November 4 at or his two Wycombe Swan shows on November 7 and 26 at

Alan’s shows are strictly 14+ due to swearing and adult content.