January 2018

16th: Liverpool Philharmonic  Book tickets

21st: Bath, Theatre Royal.  Book tickets

29th: Nottingham, Theatre Royal

 

February

 

7th: Malvern, Festival Theatre

 

 

 

 

 

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January 2018

28th: Dartford, The Orchard Theatre

February

15th: Torquay, Princess Theatre  Book tickets

17th: Richmond Theatre  Book tickets

March

4th: Milton Keynes.  Book tickets

6th: Southend, The Cliffs Pavilion.  Book tickets

 

 

 

 

 

January 2018

17th: Halifax, Victoria Theatre

19th: Woking, New Victoria Theatre  Book tickets

22nd: Aylesbury, Waterside Theatre   Book tickets

24th: Bournmouth Pavilion Theatre Book tickets

26th: New Wimbledon Theatre  Book tickets 

31st: Crewe, Lyceum Theatre  Book tickets

February

1st: Hull, New Theatre  Book tickets

4th:  York, Grand Opera House  Book tickets

5th: Brighton, Theatre Royal Book tickets

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books by Aggersa-modern-anthology

 

 

Cricket: A Modern Anthology

In this wide-ranging and beautifully-produced anthology, I have chosen a wide variety of writings on the sport that has consumed my life, from the 1932/33 Ashes (Bodyline) series right up to the present day. In a series of carefully considered, thematically organised reflections, I examine the importance of their contribution to our understanding and appreciation of cricket. With input from several eminent cricketing historians, including the librarian at Lord’s, the book contains a fascinating range of material, from renowned classics to books that have hardly seen the light of day in the United Kingdom (e.g. The Hanse Cronje Story by Garth King); from overseas fiction to modern day autobiographies (Marcus Trescothick, Simon Hughes, Mike Brearley etc.) that have attained classic status. With 75 seminal cricket images, original line drawings and a comprehensive index, this book is a must-have for any self-respecting cricket fan.

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thanksThanks, Johnners: An Affectionate Tribute to a Broadcasting Legend

Thanks Johnners is a warm tribute to my mentor Brian Johnston and his time at the helm of Test Match Special.

The on-air incident, in which my comment on Ian Botham’s attempt to avoid stepping on his stumps – “He just couldn’t quite get his leg over” provoking prolonged fits of giggles – most notably from Johnners – has been voted the greatest piece of sporting commentary ever. The friendship between myself and Brian became immortalised through that broadcasting classic, but there was a deeper bond between us, as this book reveals.

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aggers-ashesAggers’ Ashes

This is in effect my personal diary of my experiences in Australia in 2010/2011 – when England finally won the Ashes in Australia for the first time in 24 years. With additional contributions from the best BBC cricket bloggers and the resident TMS statistician, Aggers’ Ashes is the only companion you will need to relive those wonderful days when history was made Down Under.

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over-to-youOver to You, Aggers

The world of cricket has seen many ups and downs since my autobiography was first published back in 1997. This substantially updated edition of the book features my thoughts on the Cronje bribery scandal; the loss of the BBC televised coverage to Channel 4; England’s failures at the 1999 World Cup, in South Africa and against the Australians in 2001; and their successes against the West Indies and Pakistan. This book takes the reader on an odyssey around the cricketing world.

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8-days-a-week8 Days a Week: Diary of a Professional Cricketer

An honest but entertaining account of a county cricketer’s life on the road.

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