Miranda Hart Preps For Arena Stand-up Tour As Her Popular Sitcom Reaches Its Finale

The comedian is heading back to stand-up

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She is arguably the best female comedian on the circuit right now, so with Miranda Hart's BBC sitcom, Miranda, recently reaching its finale, what's next for the burgeoning queen of TV?

Well, the funny lady has begun prepping for a huge arena tour that will kick off in 2014. This won't be the 40-year-old's first stint on the live circuit but due to the success of her popular TV series, it's likely her upcoming stand-up show 'My, What I Call, Live Show' will be bigger and better, pulling larger crowds.

Miranda Hart is working on her upcoming tour (Mitsis/WENN)

So what will she bring to her forthcoming stand-up concert? Plenty of fun according to the promotional statemenmt, which reads:

"The award winning Queen of Comedy is on stage doing stand-up for the first time since her hit series Miranda aired on the BBC.  Grab a chance to see Miranda's laugh out loud genius live."

"She wants you to join her party. Expect galloping, attempts at song and dance, and simply - such fun!"

Miranda, who has just added several more dates to her UK tour, will be performing at London's O2 Arena, Liverpool Echo Arena, Manchester Arena, Birmingham's NIA, Sheffield Motorpoint Arena and the new Leeds Arena.

Tickets for the new dates go on sale on February 1.