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Micky Flanagan: If Ever We Needed It… at New Victoria Theatre

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Micky Flanagan: If Ever We Needed It… at New Victoria Theatre, Woking from Wednesday 13th September to Thursday 14th September 2023.

Micky Flanagan has had a colossal year, with his hugely successful ‘If Ever We Needed it’ breaking records left, right and centre in some of the biggest venues in the UK – but, he’s only just getting started!

Micky is hitting the road once again, embarking on an extended tour that will take him across the country.

He’s the man who gave Britain the “Out Out” phrase, and has kept us laughing through the tough times – and if ever we needed it, it’s now!

Book tickets for Micky Flanagan: If Ever We Needed It… at New Victoria Theatre, Woking from Wednesday 13th September to Thursday 14th September 2023.

Wed and Thu at 20:00
Age guidance 16+

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The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, Woking, GU216GQ

Micky Flanagan

  • Micky Flanagan is a proper geezer from the East End of London. He’s a bit of a legend on the comedy circuit, and his deadpan delivery of observational humour has won him a legion of fans.
  • Flanagan’s comedy is often cheeky and scathing, but it’s also warm and heartfelt. He’s not afraid to take the piss out of himself or his fellow Brits, but he always does it with a wink and a nod.
  • Flanagan’s stand-up routines are full of classic observations about everyday life, from going out-out to watching the telly. He’s also a brilliant storyteller, and his anecdotes about his childhood in the East End are always entertaining.
  • If you’re looking for a proper night out with a good laugh, then you can’t go wrong with Micky Flanagan. He’s a national treasure, and his comedy is the best in the business.

Here are some additional British English words and phrases that you might hear when talking about Micky Flanagan:

  • banter – friendly teasing
  • cheeky – mischievous
  • deadpan – expressionless
  • legend – someone who is very famous or admired
  • observational humour – humour that comes from observing everyday life
  • take the piss – to make fun of someone
  • wink – a gesture made with the eye to indicate that something is meant to be taken lightly
  • nod – a gesture made with the head to indicate agreement or understanding
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