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McGuinness wants Kay to help him remember Phoenix Night

The Top Gear presenter, 46, who is writing his autobiography, says pair had 'too much fun' partying so needs help filling in gaps, as he also spills turning down Corrie role.

Adenike Adenitire, The Mirror, 9th March 2020

Peter Kay returns with new Dance For Life dates

Peter Kay is to return with new dates for his Dance For Life charity discos. He'll be DJing in Manchester, Liverpool and London in April and May.

British Comedy Guide, 24th February 2020

The story behind Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights

Twenty years ago, an entire comic universe - full of 'real people doing real things' - was formed in an unknown comedian's Bolton bedroom. Will we ever return to the Phoenix Club asks Tom Fordy.

Tom Fordy, The Telegraph, 13th January 2020

Peter Kay 'had no involvement' in C5 documentary

The comedian's rep has claimed that the two-hour programme, which celebrates the star's life and career, has had nothing to do with the show and alleged that the title is 'incredibly misleading'.

Cydney Yeates, Metro, 29th December 2019

Peter Kay in talks for new BBC show

Peter Kay has not been on our screens since a van took off the door of his Fiat 500 in the final ­episode of Car Share last year. But following his enforced break for "unforeseen family circumstances", BBC bosses have started a dialogue with the Bolton comic about a new project.

Andy Halls, The Sun, 8th December 2019

If Phoenix Nights is rebooted leave the offensive jokes

If Peter Kay is going to bring back Brian Potter, he must acknowledge we live in a different time without relying on offensive jokes.

Emily Baker, i Newspaper, 12th November 2019

Twitter hashtag hoax sparks Peter Kay rumours

A story has spread on Twitter that comedian Peter Kay has died. There is no truth to this story despite the hashtag #RipPeterKay trending. There has been no official statement and it appears that Kay, 46, has been the victim of a cruel Twitter hoax for the third time.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 8th November 2019

Phoenix Nights to be shown in arenas

To raise money for Cancer Research UK, Phoenix Nights is to be screened at the London Eventim Apollo and Manchester O2 Apollo in January and February.

British Comedy Guide, 26th September 2019