In his first novel, Look Who It Is!, Alan told his story ('oh and what a life') with his unique twist of natural, observational and tongue-in-cheek humour that made him famous. Alan Carr described his life story in his own words, from growing up in a football-mad family in Northampton to his rise as one of Britain's best-loved comedians. And now he is ready to divulge the next chapter in bursts of hilarious Technicolor.
"I love Alan"
Award winning stand-up comedian Alan Carr’s long awaited second stand-up show Spexy Beast Live. recorded in front of a sold out crowd of 13,000 fans at the Manchester Evening News Arena as part of his 33 date UK and Ireland arena tour, Spexy Beast Live sees Alan back on stage and follows on from where his debut best-selling release Tooth Fairy left off.
In his very first book, Alan tells his life story ("oh and what a life") with his unique twist of natural, observational humour: "I'm not saying I'm a fantasist but there have been times when things that I've seen on television when I was younger have tended to seep into my subconscious and blended into my own life. I remember telling my mum about the time I stopped that woman from having a diamond encrusted necklace stolen and she'd say 'No Alan, that was Poirot.'"
The second book in this series follows the history of the "Guinea Pig Club". Founded by the brilliant plastic surgeon, Sir Archibald McIndoe, this is probably the most exclusive club in the world, and one no one would want to join given the chance. McIndoe directed operations, re-constructing his patients and inspired them to rebuild their own lives.
The one and only Chatty Man is back with his brand-new, critically acclaimed show, Yap, Yap, Yap! Recorded live at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo as part of his mammoth 158-date UK and Ireland tour. Alan is in top form as he regales the audience with tales of his dogs, going on safari with his mum and flying high with Carol Vorderman.
Tooth Fairy Live features Alan Carr, star of Channel 4's Friday Night Project, as he tears the roof off the world-famous Hammersmith Apollo on the last night of his magnificent sell-out run in May 2007. Alan is at the peak of his powers, sprinkling his very own brand of fairy dust all over the Hammersmith audience.