Cricket fans will be delighted to hear that Blofeld and Baxter are bringing their touring show Memories Of Test Match Special to Nottingham Playhouse on Sunday, April 27.
Back by popular demand, Henry Blofeld and Peter Baxter are to reveal even more untold stories from behind the scenes at BBC radio’s Test Match Special.
The pair cordially invite you to join them on a trip down memory lane to discover fascinating untold stories from the Test Match Special commentary box and beyond.
Hear tall tales from across the globe with exclusive behind-the-scenes adventures about the characters that make TMS so special and discover the extraordinary escapades of players both on and off the pitch.
Get insights on the recent Ashes disaster plus all the latest on the resulting and continuing turmoil in English cricket.
Henry ‘My Dear Old Thing’ Blofeld is one of Britain’s most loved broadcasters and a bastion of the cricketing community.
He is as notorious for his hilarious observations as he is for his astute cricket commentary.
Peter Baxter was the brain behind TMS for over 34 years, the man tasked with the unenviable position of corralling Henry and his cohorts around the world.
Together they offer a hilariously entertaining show for both cricket and non-cricket lovers alike.
For tickets to see this show, you can call the box office at Nottingham Playhouse on 0115 94219419 or you can go online at www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk
n Following Eddi Reader support, Irish singer-songwriter Kieran Goss returns to Glee Club Nottingham for full headline show on Saturday, May 10.
After the success of his special guest appearance at the Glee Club with Eddi Reader, Kieran Goss returns for his headlining solo show.
Long hailed as one of Ireland’s leading songwriters and performers, his music has won him fans across the globe and live on stage is where he really shines.
Tickets, priced £15, are available now from www.glee.co.uk/nottingham
Doors open at 7.45pm. Call the box office on 0871 472 0400 or go to www. glee.co.uk/nottingham