Michael Palin to tour new one-man show

Thursday 24th January 2019, 12:49pm

  • Michael Palin is to perform a one-man show in various venues in England in June and July 2019
  • Michael Palin - Live On Stage: Erebus, Python and Other Stories is linked to his latest book
  • Tickets are available now from Ticketmaster
Michael Palin.

Michael Palin is to tour a one-man show in June and July 2019.

Michael Palin - Live On Stage: Erebus, Python and Other Stories will be linked to the paperback publication of his latest book, Erebus: The Story of A Ship.

The Monty Python star will visit 12 venues around England, beginning in Bournemouth on 7th June and ending in Bath on 7th July.

The tour promoters explain: "In the first part of the show, Palin brings to life the thrilling story of HMS Erebus, the tough little ship that took on the Antarctic and the Arctic in the 1840s, and which was the subject of his latest bestselling book. His richly illustrated talk conveys the triumph and tragedy of the ship's short and doomed life, and what it was about it that made him so keen to tell its story.

"In the second half, Michael tells his own life story, including how his three favourite subjects at school (Geography, History and Comedy) have shaped his life, from Monty Python to Ripping Yarns and the many television travel series that have taken him all around the world, from the North Pole to North Korea.

"With previously unseen footage and previously untold stories, Michael shows how comedy and adventure have been natural bedfellows during a rich and diverse career."

Erebus: the Story of a Ship is out now in hardback and due to be published by Arrow in paperback on 30th May. The tour will be supported by local bookshops and signed copies of his books will be available to buy.

Tickets are available now from Ticketmaster

Palin was appointed a Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George in the 2019 New Year Honours' List.

Michael Palin - Live On Stage tour dates

Friday 7 June: Bournemouth (Pavilion)
Saturday 8 June: Basingstoke (Anvil)
Sunday 9 June: Cambridge (Corn Exchange)
Thursday 20 June: Chesterfield (Winding Wheel)
Friday 21 June: Milton Keynes Theatre
Saturday 22 June: London (Cadogan Hall)
Thursday 27 June: Bradford (Alhambra)
Friday 28 June: Salford (Lowry Lyric)
Thursday 4 July: Salisbury (City Hall)
Friday 5 July: Reading (Hexagon)
Saturday 6 July: Portsmouth (Southsea Kings)
Sunday 7 July: Bath (Theatre Royal)

Tickets are available from Ticketmaster

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