Funnyman, Michael McIntyre is hitting the road again next year, with a new tour entitled ‘Happy and Glorious’, his first since his record breaking 2012 run. So far a total of 39 dates have been announced, with the tour starting in Cardiff on September 3rd and ending in Leeds on December 11th.

Michael McIntyreMcIntyre is taking 'Happy and Glorious' tour on the road

McIntyre’s last outing, 'Showtime', was a record breaking success, becoming the biggest selling comedy tour of 2012, where he played to over 640,000 people. During the run, he played 12 date at London’s O2 arena, matching Rihanna’s 2011 record.

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This time McIntyre will spent five nights at London's O2 Arena two of which will be recorded for DVD, and three at Wembley Arena. He’ll also be spending four nights at Birmingham’s NIC arena, along with other dates in Liverpool, Glasgow, Manchester, Belfast and Manchester among others. Support on the tour will be provided by stand-up Paul Tonkinson, who writes for McIntyre.

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It’s not just his sell out tours which make McIntyre a comedy record breaker, his first DVD, 2008’s 'Live and Laughing 'became the biggest selling debut stand-up DVD of all time. His second, 'Hello Wembley', still holds the record of the fastest-selling UK stand-up DVD of all time.

Michael McIntyreSo far 39 dates have been announced

After success with his ‘Comedy Roadshow’ series, and as a judge on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ in 2011, McIntyre became a chat show host with his own series on the BBC. 'The Michael McIntyre Chat Show', debuted in March and despite dividing critics the series averaged around two million viewers and has now been commissioned for a second series beginning in the autumn.

Tickets for the Happy & Glorious tour go on sale at 9am on Friday. The full list of dates is as follows:

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena: 3rd, 4th and 5th September 2015

Nottingham Capital FM Arena 10th, 11th and 12th September

London O2 Arena 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th October

Sheffield Motorpoint Arena 16th, 17th October

London SSE Arena Wembley 22nd, 23rd, 24th October

Manchester Phones 4U Aena 29th, 30th, 31st October

Dublin the O2 6th, 7th November

Belfast Odyssey Arena 13th, 14th November

Glasgow SSE Hydro 19th,20th, 21st November

Aberdeen AECC 24th, 25th November

Newcastle Upon Tyne Metro Radio Arena 27th, 28th November

Liverpool Echo Arena 4th, 5th December

Leeds First Direct Arena 10th, 11th December