Comedian Griff Rhys Jones brings unique stories to Peterborough as part of ‘Where Was I? tour

PUBLISHED: 12:07 11 February 2018

Join Griff Rhys Jones as he airs stories, anecdotes, reminiscences and outright lies – from forty years of travelling

Join Griff Rhys Jones as he airs stories, anecdotes, reminiscences and outright lies – from forty years of travelling

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Griff Rhys Jones brings his unique stories to The Cresset Theatre in Peterborough later this month as part of his ‘Where Was I? tour.

Join the star of Not the Nine o’clock News, Smith & Jones and Three Men In A Boat as he airs stories, anecdotes, reminiscences and outright lies – from 40 years of travelling - down rivers and up mountains, into Africa, out of India, and across the arid wastes of the BBC canteen. It’s a career, if you mean bouncing chaotically downhill without a map.

Originally starting his work in the BBC as a trainee producer, Griff worked his way up to producing shows such as The Atkinson People. He’s worked with fellow comedian and writer Mel Smith to form production company Talkback.

The show takes place on February 22 and doors open at 8pm.

For tickets, which cost £19.50 including a £1.50 booking fee, visit www.cresset.ticketsolve.com

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