Tucker has supported Paul Anka and George Benson both at The Royal Albert Hall Bradley Walsh in Blackpool and The Wife’s New Shoes UK Tour The Stylistics 40th Anniversary Tour. Johnny Mathis Wembly Arena, NEC Arena and Manchester Arena Panto His first panto was with one of his best friends Paul Burling at the Princess Theatre Dick Whittington, back in 1996.
Since then he has worked with some of the best in the pantomime biz.. Bryan Burdon has to be his favourite dame. Anita Dobson was the most evil Wicked Queen whilst Joanna Page and Lucy Benjamin have both been his Cinderella Hollywood Star Steve Guttenberg and Michael Aspel have both played Baron Hard Up as his best mate and boss Alan Fletcher and Patrick Mower as Hook have both made him walk the plank Anyway that’s the name dropping over with for now Last year he took The FunnyTucker Show to Blackpool and Cromer Way back in 1997 he appeared in Alive With Laughter the first of five shows for MatPro In 2002 he began working at Cromer in the 25th anniversary year of Seaside Special.
What the Papers Say -
“Tucker excels as Buttons, winning over the children from his very first entrance.” The Stage.
“Just a very funny man” - Cinderella. Woking New Victoria Theatre. 2009/10
“Buttons is wonderfully played by Tucker who has the kids eating out of the palm of his hand.” - The Sun 2007
“Family entertainer of the first order” -The British Theatre Guide. Cinderella. Woking New Victoria Theatre 2009/10
“He's from the Bradley Walsh/Shane Richie school of fast talking cheeky chappie delivery with a touch of Tommy Cooper.” - The Gazette.
“The New Variety Show is a family-oriented show extravaganza presented by Tucker" - The FunnyTucker Show. The HorseShoe Bar Blackpool 2009
"new comedy sensation" - The Guardian 2007