You read their columns and their Tweets. You see and hear them on the TV and Radio. Now you have a unique opportunity to see some of our best journalists live on stage. Join Polly Toynbee, John Pienaar, Mihir Bose and Steve Richards for four nights in which they will give their views on journalism, politics, sport and current affairs and you can question them too. Forget about the virtual world of blogging and twitter where no one meets anyone else. For four nights journalism comes to life on stage exclusively at Tara Theatre.
Wed 30 October ‘ 7.30pm
Guardian’s star columnist: Polly Toynbee
Polly is a columnist for the Guardian and regular broadcaster. Her most recent book is ‘”Dogma And Disarray”, co-written with David Walker.
Thurs 31 October ‘ 7.30pm
Sports writer and former BBC Sports Editor: Mihir Bose.
Mihir writes a weekly “Big Sports Interview” for the London Evening Standard, and also writes and broadcasts on sport and social and historical issues for several outlets including the BBC, the Financial Times
and Sunday Times. His latest book is The Spirit of the Game: How Sport Made the Modern World.
Fri 1 November ‘ 7.30pm
BBC Five Live’s John Pienaar
John Pienaar is one of the most prominent and respected political broadcasters. He presents a live radio show, Pienaar’s Politics and co-hosts Five Live’s broadcast of Question Time each Thursday.
Sat 2 November ‘ 7.30pm
Independent Columnist and BBC Presenter: Steve Richards
Steve Richards presents his one-man show Rock N Roll Politics. Steve takes you on a hilarious behind the scenes tour of the great political dramas and characters, from Cameron and Clegg to the two Eds, Blair and Brown. Laugh and cry at a time when politics and the media are all shook up.
Book before 4th September for £11.00 tickets (normal price £12.50)
SEE ALL 4 SHOWS FOR JUST £40