Kay shared a clip of himself in shorts and sliders carrying a carpet across a road.
— Peter Kay (@peterkay_co_uk) November 6, 2022
A voice from inside a car shouts: "Look it's Peter Kay. Hey garlic bread!"
Kay replies "It's the future lads."
Appearing on Radio 2's Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on 9 November, Kay also confirmed a monthly residency at The O2 in London. It will start on 16 December and run until 18 November 2023.
He is the first artist in the world to perform a monthly residency at the venue, the announcement said.
Kay's debut arena tour in 2002 was titled Mum Wants A Bungalow.
He last toured in 2011, and was due to go on the road in 2018.
The Phoenix Nights star had been due to tour in 2020 with his Dance For Life show.
Announcing the cancellation at the start of the coronavirus pandemic he said: “Obviously this is disappointing news but well and truly justified given the circumstances.
“We'll get through this, together and then we'll all have a great big dance for life.
“Stay safe and look after yourselves and the people around you.”
Later that year he made a rare public appearance as part of the BBC's The Big Night In charity fundraiser.
Kay was on TV in 2018 for two special episodes of his sitcom Car Share and had been due to begin touring again earlier this year, but had to cancel because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In April 2018 he raised over £34,000 for for The Lily Foundation, a charity that researches mitochondrial disease, with a special screening of Car Share at the Blackpool Opera House.
The Cradle To The Grave star is married to Susan Gargan and they have three children together, with Kay fiercely guarding his family’s privacy.
Watch: Peter Kay performed a fundraising show in 2021 for friend Laura Nuttall who has cancer