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He turned 50 last year and Back In The Game, the name of his new tour, is a rant at those who think people stop having fun in their late 40s.
But he says it's serious business being funny.
It is where he learned how to make people laugh, as he told digital editor in an exclusive backstage chat during his recent appearance at the Motorpoint.
fun and a really fantastic venue.
"The live experience is different. It sounds like I'm getting evangelical, being unified in the world of comedy but to be in a building with people of a like mind, having a laugh, is a great experience. The origins of what we call new comedy started in rooms above pubs the old style of comedy ended up on the seaside and in working men's clubs, with a bit on the TV.
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He says: "My memories of Sheffield are coming here first time to play a little comedy club called the Lescar, which is a room at the back of a pub, which was great Huaraches Black And Red
"There are still rooms above pubs, don't worry about that. But the guys who are having success now are having this level of success in arenas. No one can explain exactly why. We can only put these venues on offer and they happen. I still have to pinch myself.
"It's less and less because it takes days to recover from a late night now, but I don't like this creeping ageism in the world.
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"The element of surprise in comedy is still very important. There's a bit of an unwritten rule that once you have committed something to DVD that you don't perform it live to them again. Because you've sold it to them on the tour, then on the DVD.
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"When I hit 50 last year it affected me more than I thought it would. There's no running away from the fact you've lived a great big chunk of your life.
There has been a lot of bar room jokes since and the punch line is how he will be back in the city next month to perform in front of thousands of fans at the Motorpoint Arena in Attercliffe.
The Lescar in Hunters Bar has particularly fond memories for the star of hit TV shows like Mock the Week to 8 out of 10 Cats.
Flanagan, a former Billingsgate fish market porter, furniture maker and trained teacher, did not get started in comedy until he was in his mid 30s in 2007 he was the oldest comedian ever to be nominated for best newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards. That still makes him laugh.
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"In preparation to write this show I did more than 150 hours just getting to the point where I can go out on tour. That was just on stage. The rewriting at home and thinking things through, you can treble that. Then, when you hit the road, there's still room for improvement.
"Suddenly someone said if you turn up we'll give you 30. And now here we are.
He says: "I wanted to be a spokesman for people in middle age to say you are still in the game. I'm still going 'out, out'," he adds, in reference to his classic joke about late nights out.
"I can remember smoky rooms above pubs, in front of 10 people three of them had paid to get in, two were getting out of the rain. I remember that clearly and the five years I did this job for fun and not getting paid.
"What I try to do is go out with the same attitude as though I was doing a room above a pub. I want people to leave going 'man, he delivered again'."
"It doesn't come easy. It's a lot of hard work," Flanagan says, before walking out to make more than 10,000 people laugh out loud.
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Flanagan, famed for his sauntering stage presence, delivered with a standing ovation in the city he loves.
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