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Apparently, this is what sells, so he "goes there".Having announced his imminent stand-up retirement, this comes as good news for those of us who prefer the kinder, gentler Lee Evans...
Though in the vanguard of those who brought stand-up to the masses via supersised arena shows, he looked like the missing-link to the era of music-hall and variety – and his clownish triumph as Clov in Endgame, Beckett’s masterpiece of apocalyptic vaudeville, in the West End confirmed that too.Given that he was still to embark on a major new arena tour – Monsters – heavy hints of bowing out sounded premature, fanciful even, although he was talking with a straight face.Now he has confirmed it – not via an official announcement, but it’s as good as gospel once you’ve declared your intentions on The Jonathan Ross Show. Though not entirely unexpected, it's hard not to greet the news with a shiver of shock and sadness.Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Eyebrows were raised when I reported in the autumn of last year that Lee Evans was considering retiring from stand-up comedy.His tours and DVD releases year-on-year continue to smash sales and box office records.
From 2002 to 2011, he performed to over 1,605,000 people in his four live arena shows ( which included a staggering six nights at both the O2 and Wembley Arenas.
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So much so that I began to wonder whether I’d over-stated what he told me.
“The one thing you can do if you’ve earned a few bob is buy your freedom,” he explained, suggesting that he couldn’t face being “one of these comedians who still put on the suit but you can see the smile dropping”.
In all, he played to a sell-out 600,000 people across 16 arena stages throughout the UK and Ireland.