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- Posted:Thursday, October 28, 2010
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People who are looking to book up a last-minute room in some cheap London hostels and find an event which provides laughter and entertainment should be sure to check out this performer in action.
That is especially if one review in the Daily Telegraph of the Bolton-born comedian's past gigs at the Manchester Evening News Arena is anything to go by, in which Dominic Cavendish noted: "Kay doesn't change the world - but that's the point of him. In tough times, he's comedy's nutritious, necessary answer to comfort food."
Kay first got his name recognised in the stand-up industry when he auditioned for the 1996 North West Comedian of the Year competition, which he ended up being voted best act for – despite a host of tough participants and the fact that Kay was only in the early stages of his career at that point.
Since then, the comedian has ventured into plenty of other areas as well as the stand-up scene, with fans who snap up some cheap hostels in London to see him live probably associating him more with television appearances.
This started with the comedy programme That Peter Kay Thing, which would soon be followed up by the Bafta-winning series Phoenix Night - both of which were created by the well-known comic.
Kay's face has also made cameo appearances on a selection of many popular television programmes over the years, with Coronation Street and Doctor Who just a couple of notable examples.
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