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It comes after the star pulled out of all work events in 2017, including his first stand-up tour in eight years, due to "unforeseen family circumstances".
The news was shared to the 46-year-old's Twitter account, with a message stating: "Peter Kay's #DanceForLife is back! The charity dance-a-thon announces 2020 dates, including Manchester and London for the very first time."
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The six dance-a-thon shows in Liverpool, London and Manchester this spring will raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Peter Kay's #DanceForLife is back! The charity dance-a-thon announces 2020 dates, including Manchester and London for the very first time. Raising money for @CR_UK. Tickets go on sale 9AM Fri 28th Feb 2020 and will be available at https://t.co/cy8hMGGCYQ https://t.co/c3LqavIfuz pic.twitter.com/YPZ70jVr6q— Peter Kay (@peterkay_co_uk) February 24, 2020
Tickets priced at £28.50 are set to go on sale on Friday at 9am – and fancy dress is encouraged for attendees.
The Phoenix Nights star has previously hosted 14 of the three-hour events across the UK.
Kay said: "I've honestly never had so much fun as I had working on Dance For Life.
"The atmosphere was so happy and positive; it really is a great way to raise money for the worthiest of causes. All people have to do is turn up and dance."
The funnyman was pictured in public for the first time in 10 months back in December as he turned up to the final performance of the stage version of Nativity!.
Director Debbie Isitt posted a photograph with herself alongside Kay to her Twitter account, remarking that his appearance with his family was a "lovely surprise".
"So lovely to see the brilliant comic genius Peter Kay and his lovely family @nativityuk tonight for our final show! What a lovely surprise for us all!" she wrote.