From Sunday 24th September 2017 19:30 to Sunday 24th September 2017 22:00
He has chatted to around 2000 of the biggest names in culture, the arts and politics. And now Sir Michael Parkinson is set to share some of his biggest memories and greatest interviews in front of a Norwich Theatre Royal audience.
In conversation with his son Mike and illustrated with highlights from the Parkinson archive, this will be a great chance to follow the legendary talk-show hosts story from his humble upbringing in a Yorkshire mining town to becoming a ratings hit on Saturday night, talking to the likes of Nelson Mandela, Marlon Brando and Muhammed Ali.
Viewers loved Michael's incredible gift for drawing out the real person behind the headlines often persuading his guests to share anecdotes and parts of their life story publicly for the first time. As well as the focus on his guests, the evening will also turn the spotlight on Michael himself as he talks about his relationship with his friends, family and colleagues.
Tickets £8-£28.50. Discounts for Friends.
Norwich Theatre Royal, Theatre Street, Norwich, NR2 1RL