From the team behind BBC One's Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow travels around Britain visiting six of the UK's most prestigious and iconic venues, unearthing a raft of comedy's brightest new talent and finest comedians en route. In each episode Michael McIntyre introduces a very special guest headline act, plus three of the best stand ups from the UK comedy circuit who are new to a BBC One Saturday night audience. Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow keeps its finger firmly on the pulse of the booming UK comedy scene.
Michael McIntyre is joined at the Belfast Waterfront Hall by Neil Delamere, Jeff Green and Kerry Godliman, before local hero Patrick Kielty headlines.
Michael McIntyre is at Birmingham's Hippodrome, where he introduces Tom Stade, Steve Hughes, Paul Tonkinson and headline act Shappi Khorsandi.
The series concludes with a trip to the Leeds Grand Theatre, where Michael introduces sets from Jack Whitehall, Andi Osho and Sean Collins. The ever-popular Ardal O'Hanlon closes the show.
Michael McIntyre takes his comedy roadshow to The Grand Theatre in Blackpool, where he introduces Justin Moorhouse, Terry Alderton and Miles Jupp. Liverpudlian comic John Bishop closes the show.
Michael McIntyre heads to the Brighton Dome where he introduces Micky Flanagan, Jo Caulfield and Jon Richardson, headlining is the one and only pub landlord Al Murray.
Michael McIntyre takes his comedy roadshow to the Sunderland Empire Theatre, where he introduces Simon Evans, Jimeoin and Imran Yusuf. Topping the bill is north-east England's Sarah Millican.
Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow heads across the sea to the Olympia Theatre in Dublin, where Michael introduces Andrew Lawrence, Keith Farnan and Zoe Lyons, plus Irish favourite Tommy Tiernan.
The roadshow heads to the Bristol Hippodrome, where Michael is joined by Seann Walsh, Mike Gunn and Hal Cruttenden, with Mighty Boosh star Noel Fielding headlining the show.
In this episode, Michael takes his Comedy Roadshow to the Manchester Apollo, where he is joined by north-west favourite Jason Manford, plus John Bishop, Sarah Millican and Mick Ferry.
Kevin Bridges headlines at the Glasgow Theatre Royal, with stand-up performances from Daniel Sloss, Milton Jones and Craig Campbell.
The first show of the series is recorded live at the Edinburgh Playhouse. This historic city plays host to Michael McIntyre, with the fantastic Rhod Gilbert headlining and cutting-edge stand-up from Kevin Bridges, Stewart Francis and Mark Watson.
Michael McIntyre visits Swansea's Grand Theatre, where he's joined by Sean Lock, Steve Williams and Ava Vidal.