The internet has now become an extremely powerful medium where you will be able to purchase a number of online concert tickets. This includes anything from a variety of theatrical performances, such as the Lion King and Wicked, to musicals and comedies that have been wowing the audience for several years.

Some of the most popular performances recently have taken place in the heart of the capital which is home to the most iconic area known to thespians and theatre goers alike. Theatreland is based in Covent Garden and houses several venues including the Lyceum Theatre, the Garrick Theatre and the highly regarded London Palladium. Yet London has another famous site which has seen a number of performers over the years. The O2 Centre is based in Greenwich where there are several high profile events to have taken place.

This has featured iconic performances from the likes of Madonna, Lady Gaga, Usher and many more. In addition to this, if you want your funny bone tickled then you will be able to see countless comedy shows, live and uninterrupted at this very venue. Previous events have included one of the funniest men in Britain, Peter Kay, who played to packed out crowds as well as Lee Evans who performed to thousands over consecutive nights.

You will also be able to find michael mcintyre tickets on the web as he is due to perform 6 dates at this arena across September and October 2012. This follows the storming success of his Comedy Roadshow programme on the BBC network; he has now gone on the road again to introduce new material to the masses.

There are plenty of sites where you will have the chance to book michael mcintyre tickets. In fact, there are already a host of sites which contain exclusive tickets for these particular nights. The process is a simple one if you do not want to miss out on a raucous night out. All that is required is to choose the date you want to see him perform. After you have completed this step, you will need to select how many tickets you want and where you would like to sit.

(Please bear in mind that ticket prices go up incrementally according to how close you are to the stage!) You will then be taken to the checkout to pay and request how you want to receive your tickets. Simples, as the meerkat says.