Michael McIntyre leaves the stage as a front row woman kept using her cell-phone

Michael McIntyre, the British comedy star, walked off the stage during a sold-out performance because one person sitting at the audience on the front row kept on using her cellphone. An angry Michael McIntrye asked the security to see what is going on promised the audience he would be back at Darlington's Civic Theatre, before he left the stage the performance last night.

22 Jump Street’s Blue Ray and DVD release date announced

After banking US$ 314 million at box office and offering people some great follow ups to those lovely quotes from 21 Jump Street, 22 Jump Street is all set to debut on Blu-Ray, DVD as well as digital download.

Beyonce divertimentos Jay Z in teaser for their HBO special

Earlier there were rumors that they would divorce after they finish their On The Run Tour. Still, it is not known whether it is true or not, but Beyonce has chosen a very peculiar track to cover in the fifty second teaser for her 20th September HBO special with her husband Jay Z.

Chvrches hits back at Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park

It is not known why, but Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda decided to call out a series of groups that he does not actually like, with little emphasis on the Scottish electronic group Chvrches. The young group has replied, with Lauren Mayberry accusing Mike of attempting to get some cheap publicity for Linkin Park's 2014 album called The Hunting Party, admitting that this is not coolest musical feud in the world.

Metallica dazzles AT&T Park in spite of Giants Loss to Miami Marlins

This Friday evening, the AT&T Park was rocking when the Giants arranged the 2nd annual Metallica Night. The special evening featured special events as well as crossover with one of most legendary bands of the Bay Area with Kirk Hemmet and James Hetfield performing the National Anthem.

McIntyre now gets his very own chat show

Michael McIntyre, the British stand-up comedian is all set to take a facilitative look to comedy when he plays host to 6 forty five minute chat show episodes for BBC. Michael, who is one of the top ticket sellers on live scene, would include fresh contest to a format which is dominated by the likes of Alan Carr, Jonathan Ross and Graham Norton.

Gloucester’s Peter gets golden Michael McIntyre ticket

This is one of the largest lines that the country’s top theatre has ever seen and Gloucester comedy lover Peter Berry was right at its head. He was the very first person to get the tickets for much expected (now sold out) show by well known television funnyman Michael McIntyre at the Cheltenham's Everyman. When the tickets went on sale yesterday at theatre's box office for the special show, comedy rooters were lining up to snap them up.

Chance to win tickets

Daniel Sloss will entertain comedy lovers when he brings his fresh comedy event to Wrexham near this month’s end. On 30th September, the standup comedian will showcase his brand new tour called ‘Stand Up’ to Catrin Finch Centre. Another comedy star Kai Humphries will join him in the act.

Wrexham.com have collaborated with the Glyndwr University to provide one comedy rooter the opportunity to snatch tickets to watch Daniel Sloss at Catrin Finch Centre later this month. More than that, people could also win a Wrexham.com mug.

Michael McIntyre takes family out on a holiday

Michael McIntyre, the well known British comedian, was left feeling soggy after a water ride at the Universal Studios with his family. The UK comedian had taken his wife and kids on holiday to Hollywood where they relished the attractions at the film based amusement park.
As the McIntyre family jumped on Jurassic Park ride, Michael, the comedian, soon found out in hindsight, sporting a rain poncho might have been a very good idea.

Michael McIntyre plays charity match

Michael McIntyre and Boris Johnson was among the celebs who took part in a charity tennis match on 16th June. After Andy Murray's win at Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club in London, the Brit star participated in a Rally Against Cancer match.

The match was organized to raise fund for The Royal Marsden Hospital, in support of Andy Murray's fellow player and friend Ross Hutchins, who was diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma earlier in December.