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A Live Stream with Trevor McDonald
16 Aug 2020
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Fane Online is a curated series of broadcast-quality live-streamed events, giving you the chance to watch exclusive shows with celebrated authors, actors and podcasters, all from the comfort of your own home.
Sir Trevor McDonald has truly led “An Improbable Life”. Born and raised in Trinidad, he built a career in Britain, and spent his life travelling around the globe. It’s safe to say Sir Trevor is known, respected and admired the world over as one of the greatest broadcasters the UK has ever seen.
Join Sir Trevor, interviewed by writer Viv Groskop, for this exclusive online event, as he recounts his fascinating stories and anecdotes; from reporting in Johannesburg on Nelson Mandela’s release from imprisonment, through to his infamous interview with Saddam Hussein – he was the first and the only British broadcaster to have interviewed the infamous dictator.
An intimate and unmissable evening with Sir Trevor to hear what life on the front lines of reporting truly entails.
Please Note: This event will be delivered to you via a link in an email from a 3rd party agency called Fane Online. Please read the Important Information section before purchasing a ticket , this section will include booking T&C’s.
Running time: 75 Minutes
No Discounts Apply
Ticket Packages: Book and Ticket – includes a unique ticket for the live stream, and a copy of “An Improbable Life” worth £8.99, deliverable to any UK address. Standard Ticket – includes a unique ticket for the live stream only.
Terms & Conditions: By purchasing a ticket to this event you are agreeing for Norwich Theatre to share your booking details with Fane Online who will be in contact with further details on the live stream and book purchases.
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Please Note: This event is not at Norwich Theatre Royal it is a live stream event. The event will initially be broadcast via a live stream on Sun 16 Aug at 18:30 GMT. It will be available to view up to 48 hours after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide.