PETER Kay has been offered the chance to make his TV sitcom comeback in Sky One’s Brassic.
The comedian is a big fan of the show set in the fictional town of Hawley that follows a group of working class pals trying to make ends meet.
Peter Kay has been offered the chance to make his TV sitcom comeback in Sky One’s Brassic[/caption]
Writer Danny Brocklehurst told the Daily Star that Peter would be a dream to cast.
He said: “There are so many people it would be good fun to have in.
“I know Peter Kay loved the show’s season one. It’d be amazing if we could get him in it.”
The Bolton funnyman, 46, recently returned to TV for the first time in two years to present his famous 2005 Comic Relief sketch where he and a cast of stars — this time including NHS nurses — marched and mimed to crooner Tony Christie’s Amarillo.
The comedian is a big fan of the show set in the fictional town of Hawley that follows a group of working class pals trying to make ends meet[/caption]
Viewers were delighted as he appeared on The Big Night In wearing a Hawaiian shirt and eating a Solero in his back garden.
Last month Peter was forced to postpone his much-anticipated Dance For Life comeback due to the coronavirus crisis.
The comedian announced the news on his website and promised the shows will go ahead at a later date.
He wrote: “Obviously this is disappointing news but well and truly justified given the circumstances.
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“We’ll get through this, together and then we’ll all have a great big dance for life.
“Stay safe and look after yourselves and the people around you.”
It was a further blow to fans who were left devastated when Peter pulled out of his UK tour three years ago for “family reasons”.
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