The UK’s top comedian has announced a new memoir which will discuss his obsession with tele, both watching and working in. The book will be his first memoir in 14 years.
The comedian’s new book is titled Peter Kay: TV Big Adventures On The Small Screen and was announced via his social channels today (01 March).
The post read: “Peter’s hilarious new book will be his first memoir in fourteen years and follows his lifelong obsession with watching and working in television.”
The blurb reads: “Join Peter Kay on his incredible journey through the great and the good of TV: from tea-making in Granada, to behind the scenes on Phoenix Nights, Max & Paddy and his legendary performance as John Redmond in Car Share.
“Charming, sidesplittingly funny and utterly unforgettable, T.V.: Big Adventures on the Small Screen is Peter Kay at his vivid, nostalgic and hilarious best.”
The book is set for release in September, but you can order now! You can pre-order here.
Peter Kay’s first biography was Peter Kay: The Sound Of Laughter which outlines his rise to fame and came out in 2006 gaining high praise.
Picking up from where The Sound of Laughter left off, in 2009 he released his second memoir Saturday Night Peter which charted the hilarious journey his career took as he developed and honed his comedy skills by taking to the road and trying out his stand-up material in pubs and clubs across the country.
Peter Kay announced last year that he was going on tour once again for the first time since 2011. He’s coming to Leeds and Sheffield on his 2022, 2023, 2024 arena tour.
Along with the two Yorkshire dates in 2023, he’ll also be going to Manchester and Birmingham this year, and then next year he’s going to go to Liverpool, Belfast, Newcastle, Birmingham Dublin, Glasgow, Cardiff and Nottingham.