Novelist, former MP and TV personality Gyles Brandreth is taking his one-man show across the country.
His new tour, Can’t Stop Talking, will be visiting venues across the UK, including three nights in Kent.
After more than 40 years of broadcasting, the Radio 4 favourite has plenty of anecdotes to tell, from his unlikely life in showbusiness to his background in politics.
During the tour, there will also be a chance for the audience to spin the wheel and choose the next topic of conversation at random.
After studying Modern History and Modern Languages at Oxford University in the 1960s, Gyles began a career in politics and became an MP for the City of Chester.
He was also a Whip and Lord Commissioner of the Treasury in John Major’s government from 1996 to 1997.
While working in politics, he has also made regular appearances on Radio 4’s comedy panel game Just a Minute for the past 40 years and has guest starred on TV shows such as QI, Have I Got News for You, the One Show and Countdown.
His writing career has included seven murder mystery novels and Sunday Times bestsellers such as his biography of Queen Elizabeth II and his autobiography Odd Boy Out.
Gyles Brandreth will be at the Central Theatre in Chatham on Tuesday, September 19 at the Central Theatre.
He will then be at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury on Sunday, October 8 and the Assembly Hall Theatre in Tunbridge Wells on Friday, October 20.
You can book tickets to all tour dates online here.
You can also find a full list of nationwide dates on the website.