Kay was set to take his act to venues across the United Kingdom and Ireland on a tour across 2018 and 2019 but released a statement on Wednesday morning in which he revealed that he would be unable to fulfil the commitments.
Peter Kay won't be performing.
In a statement the Phoenix Nights star tweeted to his 700,000 followers, he revealed ALL upcoming projects - including his tour - were to be canned due to "unforeseen family circumstances".
The comedian, actor, author, director and producer was due to embark on his first live show in eight years in 2019 with six dates at Dublin's 3Arena and six more at Belfast's SSE Arena.
Kay announced last month that he would be embarking on a Stand Up Tour of the United Kingdom including a number of sold out dates at the Manchester Arena.
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"This unfortunately induces my upcoming stand-up tour, Dance for Life shows and any outstanding live work commitments".
"I've always endeavour to protect my family's privacy from the media".
'Once again, I'm very sorry'. "I know how lucky I am to be making television series and have really loved these past few years working on Car Share, but I miss doing stand-up", he said when he announced his return to the stage, according to ITV.
Uploading a message on his social media accounts, Peter apologised for disappointing fans. Hisprevious standup show, in 2010, The Tour That Didn't Tour, earned him a Guinness World Record after 1.2 million people watched him perform across his shows.
In his statement today, Kay also added that customers would be refunded from the "original point of purchase and any specific ticket queries should be directed to them".
How do I get a refund?