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Sir Michael Parkinson on George Best tickets are now available for the one night only audience at The Gillian Lynne Theatre. Do not miss your chance to hear the legendary broadcaster and journalist reflect on the life of the greatest footballer of his time.
To celebrate the launch of his new book George Best: A Memoir, Sir Michael Parkinson will come to the Gillian Lynne Theatre, London for one night only. This conversation with his co-author and the youngest of his three sons, Mike promises a look into the life of two men who hold special places in the minds of the public.
Sir Michael Parkinson has interviewed thousands of the most influential cultural figures of the day from the 60s through the turn of the century and now we will hear about his personal relationship with George Best. When the two first met the Belfast boy was at the top of his game. He seemed to have it all, the looks, the moves, a football talent that others only dreamed of. 50 years after George Best was named European Footballer of the Year, Parkinson will reflect on his memories and thoughts of a man who once had everything and seemed to turn his back on it all.
Book Michael Parkinson on George Best's tickets at the London's West End The Gillian Lynne Theatre are in short supply, as this is a one night only engagement. Don't miss your chance to sit in on this conversation with a living legend, about one who left us too soon.
Elaine Brennan20th April
It was a truly joyful evening of excellent music, singing and, of course Michael Parkinson & his son had a wealth of wonderful stories - just perfect
This show was a wonderful look back at Sir Michael's career and to listen to the music he loves played by a VERY big band and some talented singers. Only slight moan was that some of Sir Michael's speech was difficult to hear, I am hoping this will be clearer when broadcast on the radio. A splendid night spent in a wonderful theatre with a real gentleman of television and journalism.