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Micky Flanagan Tickets

Although Flanagan left school without any qualifications at the age of 15, he made his way in life, starting out as a fish porter, and then moving to New York where he became a chef and dishwasher. He then returned to London where he made furniture for a few years. It wasn't until he was 25 that Micky Flanagan decided to continue with his studies and gain some qualifications. He studied for a GCSE in English, and then took a foundation course in arts and social sciences. After receiving a degree at City University, Flanagan went on to take the Postgraduate Certificate in Education in order to become a teacher. However, he never did take on teaching, and described this as the worst year of his life, as he discovered that all the things he thought were wrong abut the school system when he was young were still in place. Flanagan finally settled on a career after taking a course in comedy in 1996. he developed this career, and soon became a professional comedian. He was one of the four headlining acts at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2001's Big Value Comedy Show, and in 2003, he was a headliner in another show along with ventriloquist Nina Conti. “What Chance Change?” was the name of his very first full length solo show which took place in 2006, and in 2007 his efforts were rewarded with a nomination for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards. Micky Flanagan has appeared on many shows including Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week along with other high profile comedians, and in 2009 he made an appearance on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow. He has also performed at the Royal Variety Performance. His most recent TV role has been as a team captain on Channel 4's The Mad Bad Ad Show.

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