Peter Kay set for Phoenix Nights return?

Peter Kay

Peter Kay

'Phoenix Nights' star Peter Kay is in talks to revive his popular sitcom in 2015 with a series of seven live shows to be recorded for Comic Relief.

Peter Kay is set to revive 'Phoenix Nights' as a series of televised live shows for Comic Relief.

The comedian is reportedly planning to bring back club owner Brian Potter as his popular creation makes a TV return as part of the 'Red Nose Day' telethon, and it is said 2015 will be "a massive year" for the star and his fans.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "He has had some time off but can't wait to get back making people laugh which is something he love to do.

"Next year is going to be a massive year for Peter and his fans."

It is said the 41-year-old funnyman is in talks to bring back his popular sitcom - which first aired in 2001 and ran for two series - as seven live shows, which would be filmed for Comic Relief.

Meawhile, Peter will also return to BBC1 next year with his new series 'Car Share', which follows throw-together-pair John and Kayleigh as they travel to work in an out-of-town supermarket.

The pair have been forced together by a company car share scheme, and each journey will bring a new insight into their lives and unlikely relationship.

Peter Kay

Peter Kay takes his massively popular brand of observational cheeriness on the tour that keeps getting longer and longer.

Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights Live

Peter Kay, as wheelchair-bound, nightclub owner, Brian Potter, is reuniting the original cast members, including Paddy McGuinness, Dave Spikey, Neil Fitzmaurice and Ted Robbins, for a live stage version of the popular Channel 4 television comedy, all in aid of Comic Relief. Not suitable for ages below 15.


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