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An Evening With Nigel Planer: Jeremiah Bourne in Time

Wednesday 27 September 2023 at 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Join the legendary Nigel Planer as he talks about his new novel “Jeremiah Bourne inTime ” and his incredible career.

Join all round entertainment legend Nigel Planer for a fascinating evening discussing his latest boo and so, so , so much more

Jeremiah Bourne is in greater danger than he realises.

As Jeremiah is swept from his crumbling home in Blackfriars in 2019, to the same house but in 1910, he suddenly faces two questions: how did he get here, and how can he get back to his own time?

On his quest for answers, he encounters a cast of comic characters and situations: a coven of free-thinking spiritualists, a futuristic residents’ association, warring street gangs, eugenic scientists, aggressive domestic servants and a nudist magistrate.

But his activities have alerted a community of time travellers from the future, who set out to capture and investigate him. Who can Jeremiah trust to help him? And could there be a link between his time-travelling gift and his mother’s sudden disappearance when he was only nine? Will he inadvertently lead the wrong people to her?

This electrifying first instalment of Nigel Planer’s Time Shard Chronicles trilogy takes a new and original look at the possibility of time travel as it catapults you into a thrilling journey across London and through time.

Nigel Planer played Neil in the BBC comedy The Young Ones and Ralph Filthy in Filthy Rich & Catflap. He has appeared in many West End musicals, including original casts of Evita, Chicago, We Will Rock You, Wicked, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. He has also appeared in Hairspray. He won a BRIT award in 1984 and has been nominated for Olivier, TMA, WhatsOnStage and BAFTA awards.

And so, so , so , so much more!

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Wednesday 27 September 2023
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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