Afternoons Tonight! with James Valentine

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Afternoons Tonight! with James Valentine


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

26 May 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Live Ideas and Riverside Theatres presents

AFTERNOON’S DELIGHT! WITH JAMES VALENTINE

ABC’s hilarious radio show- but after dark! And in a theatre!

James Valentine returns to Riverside with his hit show direct from the Sydney Opera House.

Experience all the hilarity of James Valentine’s Afternoon radio program from ABC Radio Sydney but after dark! And in a theatre.

“I love JV and his callers. My favourite radio driven laughs of the day…” – Julia Zemiro

Expect live versions of such legendary segments as This Is What I Live With, Ex, The New Normal and Petty Crime Stoppers…they’ll all be there. Who knows, maybe he’ll even attempt…Nothing.

You’ll laugh, you’ll crack up and you’ll have something to talk about all weekend!

No one looks at the world quite like James Valentine, and just when you think it can’t get any better, it does. Afternoons Tonight! is a fantastically funny and interactive night at the theatre and a great insight into how this radio show really works!

James Valentine is one of Australia’s most loved radio presenters and in a long and eclectic career has worked as a journalist, author, television host and musician. A saxophonist, he has performed with many acclaimed acts including: Jo Jo Zep, Models and Absent Friends. James also hosts the ABC Podcast Head Room which expands on musings and questions posed during James’ Afternoons radio show from 2 – 4pm weekdays on ABC Radio Sydney.

“James Valentine makes me laugh so hard, that I do that barky laugh where people think you are unwell…#mustsee #mustbark ” – Julia Morris

26 May at 7.30pm

 

Ticket Options

Adult $55
Groups 6 + $50
Pensioner / Seniors $50
30 & Under $50
Full time student $50
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

2 hours (includes interval)


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