An Audience with Simon Reeve

Address:
London Palladium, Argyll Street, London
Tel:
0207 494 5020

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
16th February 2020
7.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£29 to £37.80, from lwtheatres.co.uk

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TV presenter Simon Reeve will be sharing some of the most thrilling tales and shocking stories that he's gathered during the last fifteen years of travelling to the most extreme corners of the planet.

And Reeves definitely has some crazy stories to tell... this guy has been chased by pirates, bombed by Columbian barons, hunted alongside Kalahari Bushmen, and been hounded by the Italian Mafia during his visits to more than 120 different countries.

He will also talk a bit about how he became an author and TV presenter.

 

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