We are sorry to inform you that due to the Coronavirus, all 2020 dates have been rescheduled for 2021.   All tickets previously purchased for cancelled dates can be refunded by contacting the theatre directly.   Sir Michael sends his apologies, but unfortunately this is out of his control.  He wishes you all well and Sir Michael and Mike Parkinson hope to see you all at the rearranged 2021 dates which are now listed below.

Yorkshire Tea

At Yorkshire tea, they’ve always done things proper. So when a vacancy appeared for new staff, they always try to find the very best talent – from the people who source their tea to their very experienced new Head of Interviews.

2021 Come and join us for An Evening With Sir Michael Parkinson

We celebrate the life and career of a man who in over 50 years in the business, has interviewed over 2000 of the most important cultural figures of the 20th and 21st centuries and won awards for journalism, radio and television broadcasting.

In conversation with his son Mike and showing highlights from the Parkinson archive, An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson is a unique opportunity to get an intimate, entertaining and informative look at his remarkable journey from a pit village in Yorkshire to the top of those famous stairs whilst reliving the best moments from a show that for many defined their Saturday night.

Please see below all reschedule dates and venues.  Tickets will go on sale very shortly.

Date: Warrington Parr Hall.  Saturday 10th April 2021  19:30

Venue: Warrington Parr Hall

Address: Palmyra Square South, Cultural Quarter, Warrington WA1 1BL

Contact: 01925 442 345

Tickets: https://bit.ly/3a3oDUT

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Date: Albert Halls.  Sunday 11th April 2021.  19:30

Venue: Albert Halls, Bolton

Address: Victoria Square, Bolton BL1 1RU

Contact: 01204 333 888

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2HWa6OU 

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Date: Middlesborough Town Hall.  Friday 16th April 2021.  19:30

Venue: Middlesborough Town Hall.

Address: Albert Road, Middlesborough, TS1 2QJ

Contact: 01642 729 729

Tickets: boxoffice@middlesborough.gov.uk

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Date: Corn Exchange.  Friday 30th April 2021.  19:30

Venue: Ipswich Corn Exchange

Address: King Street, Ipswich, IP1 1DH

Contact: 01473 433 465

Tickets:  Released shortly

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Date: Darlington Hippodrome.   Saturday 2nd October 2021. 19:30

Venue: Darlington Hippodrome

Address: Parkgate, Darlington DL1 1RR

Contact: 01325 405 405

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2HX2AmV

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Date: Opera House.  Sunday 3rd October 2021.  19:30

Venue: Buxton Opera House

Address: Water Street, Buxton SK17 6XN

Contact: 01298 72190

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Corn Exchange.  Sunday 10th October 2021.  19:30

Venue: Exeter Corn Exchange

Address: Market Street, Exeter

Contact: 01392 665 866

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Kendal.  Wednesday 20th October 2021.  19:30

Venue: Kendal Leisure Centre

Address: Burton Road, Kendal LA9 7HX

Contact: 01539 729 777

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Yarm School.  Friday 22nd October 2021.  19:30

Venue: Yarm School, Yarm

Address: Yarm School, Yarm TS15 9EJ

Contact: 01642 786 023

Tickets: admin@yarmschool.org

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Date:  King’s Hall.  Monday 25th October 2021.  19:30

Venue: King’s Hall, Iikley.

Address: 4 Station Rd, Ilkley LS29 8HB

Contact: 01943 436 224

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Harrogate Theatre.  Tuesday 26th October.  19:30

Venue: Harrogate Theatre

Address: Oxford Street, Harrogate HG1 1QF

Contact: 01423 502 116

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Grand Theatre.  Thursday 28th October 2021.  19:30

Venue: Lancaster Grand Theatre

Address: St Leonard’s Gate, Lancaster LA1 1NL

Contact: 01524 64695

Tickets: Released shortly

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Date: Millennium Centre.  Thursday 11th November 2021.  19:30

Venue: Wales Millennium Centre

Address: Bute Place, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AL

Contact: 029 2063 6464

Tickets: https://bit.ly/381XArE

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Date: Waterfront Hall.  Saturday 13th November 2021.  19:30

Venue: Waterfront Hall, Belfast

Address: 2 Lanyon Place, Belfast BT1 3WH

Contact: 028 9033 4400

Tickets: https://bit.ly/2w64Ntk

George Best: A Memoir

Book  released by Hodder & Stoughton @HodderBooks November 2016

George Best: A Memoir

Michael Parkinson and George Best faced one another countless times in interviews. Their conversations were mutually respectful, even intimate, yet always brimming with searching questions and revealing answers.

The great Manchester United and Northern Ireland attacker – one of the few sports personalities to merit the term ‘iconic’ – was almost always candid, lucid and self-effacing. Alcoholism had him in its grip from an early age, affecting the love affairs that fed the tabloid headlines, but there was far more to Best than booze and birds.
In George Best: A Memoir, Michael Parkinson draws upon decades of award-winning journalistic experience to re-evaluate a remarkable footballer and a damaged friend. The book weaves together recollections of when the ‘the fifth Beatle’ ensured it was Manchester, not London or Liverpool, which made the Sixties swing; of Best enjoying a carefree kickabout with the Parkinsons’ children in the family garden; and selected transcripts from their endlessly fascinating interviews.

‘Where did it all go wrong?’ is the punchline to a famous Best story. George Best: A Memoir provides Michael Parkinson’s considered response to the question while bringing fresh insight into the footballing genius that made Best one of the immortals and the self-destructive side of his character.

This is a unique eyewitness account of what many regard as the best Parkinson interviews ever.