Jeremy Nicholas, Quay, Sudbury, 30th June 2018
|Author: Quay Theatre, Sudbury||Published: 30th June 2018 08:03|
Jeremy Nicholas: Stories from my Disastrous Broadcasting Career, Quay, Sudbury, 30th June 2018
Based on true-life stories from Jeremy's 27 years in broadcasting, mainly with the BBC. It's like a stand-up comedy show, except all the stories are true.
He tells how he learnt to do great on-air pauses at the BBC World Service, but not always in the right place. There's the time he was ambushed live on radio by an armed gunman who claimed to be Jesus. And there's the massive mistake he made to a global TV audience at London 2012 when commentating on the Paralympics.
This is a not to be missed show, packed with laugh out loud moments. If you have children who play the FIFA video games you'll know this man's voice, as he's been the stadium announcer on eleven consecutive FIFA games.
An insightful and highly entertaining look at 27 years of trying not to get fired in broadcasting. Jeremy is an award-winning public speaker with over 10k followers, this hour promises to be razor sharp, witty and jam-
packed with very funny anecdotes. An expert public-speaker, you are definitely in safe hands with Jeremy Nicholas' debut show.
Jeremy grew up in Long Melford and went to Sudbury Upper School, before heading off to university and a career as a BBC broadcaster.