Touring Palin off on his travels once again

Michael Palin - The Thirty Years Tour can be seen at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal on Sunday, October 11, and tickets to see him are now on sale.

Following the success of his landmark tour in 2014 and to celebrate three decades of diaries, Michael Palin will mark the paperback publication of the final volume with a brand new show at 14 different venues around the country.

The Thirty Years Tour will see Michael use his diaries to tell the story of a life lived in the public eye from the end of the 1960s when his first child and a new television show called Monty Python’s Flying Circus both took their first faltering steps.

Monty Python catapulted him into a career which went on to produce not just the legendary films of the Python team, but also Ripping Yarns, railway journeys, feature films like Time Bandits, Brazil, A Private Function and A Fish Called Wanda, a BAFTA-nominated performance in the series GBH, as well as novels, plays, and three of the most successful travel series ever made. He also talks about the glimpses of his personal life, so painstakingly committed to the diary each morning.

The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £29.50. Call 0115 989 5555 for availability.