Peter Kay graced the stage for the first time in three years this weekend for a charity event to raise money for Laura Nuttall, who is suffering from Glioblastoma, a grade four brain cancer. He teased the audience with hopes of a one-off episode of the much-beloved show Car Share.
The Phoenix Night creator has been out of the spotlight for some years now but took to the stage in two sell out Q&A shows at Manchester Appollo to raise money and fans have said it’s one of his best shows.
Car Share finished back in 2018 with six million people tuning in to watch the last episode. During his show when asked whether he’d consider filming a one-off episode he told the crowd he “might do”, according to The Mirror.
Peter carried on to say: “Of all the things I’ve ever done, that’s my favourite of all. I love being with Sian and we had a good laugh.”
He continued saying filming inside a car with Covid restrictions would be “a lot of work”.
Over a weekend of teasers, the comedian also hinted that he wouldn’t rule out the return of popular Phoenix Nights spin-off, Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere which ended back in 2005.
The weekend has us on the Peter Kay hype once more, let’s hope there is more to come from the Nation’s favourite funnyman.
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