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British astronaut Tim Peake is keeping his feet firmly on the ground as he heads to Devon with his one-man show My Journey To Space.


Tim made history in 2015 as the first British astronaut to visit the International Space Station. 


And now fans can take orbit with Tim at both Torquay’s Princess Theatre on Sunday September 18 and at Plymouth Pavilions, on Monday September 19, as he shares the secrets and science of how and why humans journey into space.


My Journey To Space gives audiences a fascinating insight into life as an astronaut, complete with breath-taking photographs and never-before-seen footage. Click below to read our chat with Tim.

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Gordon Buchanan

After a sell-out tour last year, Gordon Buchanan is heading back on the road. One of the most prominent wildlife presenters and filmmakers working today, Gordon’s journey is a remarkable story to tell. Having produced some of the most popular wildlife programmes on the BBC, we have been able to see his incredible passion for the animal kingdom and the unique ability he has for presenting such hidden animal worlds to an audience. Gordon will be taking a look back at his incredible 30 years working both behind and in front of the camera. This will be a rare opportunity to discover what has driven his career and what are his most favourite wildlife encounters. 

Zoe Lyons

TV host and award-winning critically acclaimed comedian Zoe Lyons brings her ‘Bald Ambition Tour’ to Komedia on April 16th. Click below to read our chat and win tickets...

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Noughts and Crosses

Malorie Blackman, renowned author of Noughts and Crosses, and Esther Richardson, director of the award-winning stage production, chat to Natasha Tripney prior to the UK tour visiting Bath’s Theatre Royal this month

Published in 2001, the first book in Malorie Blackman’s Noughts and Crosses series introduces readers to an alternative reality in which white-skinned people, the Noughts, and dark-skinned people, the Crosses, are segregated, with the Crosses having more power in society. The story focuses on the relationship between Sephy, a Cross, and Callum, a Nought.


Evolving into a series of six novels, the world of Noughts and Crosses has been the basis of a six-part series for the BBC, as well as a stage play for the Royal Shakespeare Company. The Pilot theatre production, adapted for the stage by poet, playwright and performer Sabrina Mahfouz, is touring to Bath’s Theatre Royal at the start of the month, appearing until Saturday 4th March.


Tristan Hogg & Jon Simon

After travelling around Australia in their early twenties, eating pies every day, Tristan and Jon returned home determined to reinvigorate the humble British pie. Here is their story, plus some recipes and a chance to win a copy of their new book.




We caught up with one of America’s most beloved writers and cultural critics, Roxane Gay, who comes to the Bath Forum this month with her first UK tour - entitled Roxane Gay: With One ‘N’.

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We speak to 

Best-selling author of the award-winning book
The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Neil Gaiman

Best-selling author Neil Gaiman talks about the inspiration behind his award-winning book The Ocean at the End of the Lane, and his reaction when he first saw the National Theatre’s thrilling stage adaptation, which tours to Bath this month, appearing at the Theatre Royal from Tuesday 7th to Saturday 18th March. 

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Joe Absolom

Joe Absolom, well known for his long-running TV roles in EastEnders and Doc Martin, is set to star as Andy Dufresne in The Shawshank Redemption. He chats to us about bringing the iconic film to the stage ahead of his visit to Bath’s Theatre Royal from Monday 27th March to Saturday 1st April.   

The classic 1994 film of The Shawshank Redemption is regularly voted as one of the best in cinema history and was nominated for seven Academy Awards. Based on the 1982 novella Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption by celebrated author Stephen King, the stage adaptation of The Shawshank Redemption examines desperation, injustice, friendship and hope behind the claustrophobic bars of a maximum-security facility. This new production is directed by award-winning Broadway director David Esbjornson and adapted by Owen O’Neill and Dave Johns. Click here to read our chat...

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