Jeremy Nicholas: After Dinner Stories (From My Disastrous Broadcasting Career)
  • West End

What's it like to be the 11th most famous BBC Jeremy, behind Paxman, Clarkson, Vine and the rest? Sony Award-winning broadcaster, Jeremy Nicholas brings his successful Gilded Balloon show from the Edinburgh Fringe.

Based on true-life stories from 27 years of trying not to get fired as a reporter and presenter on TV and radio with the BBC this London show is not to be missed.
Jeremy has been described as 'a complete anchor', but he may have misheard.

This is comedy storytelling at it's finest. It's like stand-up but without any 'effing and jeffing' and all told in a lovely BBC voice.

Whether you listened to his breakfast show on BBC GLR, his serious shows on the World Service or his humorous 'and finally' reports for BBC News; this is a not to be missed show.

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