Alan Partridge - the man known for his adoration of the BBC, ill-fated chat shows, and fledging local radio career in Norfolk - is heading out on a national tour.
In a clip announcing the show, Coogan, dressed as his comedy alter-ego, says "whether you're a pro-European who's had the jab, or a Brexiteer who doesn't believe in vaccines", he wants to "build a bridge".
The show, called Stratagem, promises to "inform, educate and entertain in approximately equal measure" - as Partridge attempts to offer a way forward for the country in the aftermath of Brexit and COVID.
Coogan's comedy offering has seen a boost in popularity over the last few years, with Alan returning to his chat show roots on the spoof series This Time - a clear satirical take on the BBC's The One Show.
As well as that, Partridge has had his own film (Alpha Papa) and Sky Atlantic shows, which helped him break out into, albeit spoof, documentary making.
Stratagem is not the first time Partridge has been on stage, with him often forming part of Coogan's live shows, standing alongside his broad repertoire of characters.
However, this show has been "devised, written, choreographed, performed, and funded by Alan Partridge".
The team adds: "Stratagem sees Alan not just treading the boards but pounding them, atop stages graced by such luminaries as Michael Ball, Jack Whitehall and Welsh rockers the Stereophonics."
You can catch Alan at most arenas around the UK, with tickets going on general sale on Saturday.