The BBC is looking for audience members to join a recording of the Radio 4 comedy show, Henry Normal. Free tickets are available for the recording on Friday, November 18 at 7pm in the Milligan Theatre at Rye College.
This is your chance to join Henry Normal for the tenth instalment of his acclaimed, occasional series in which the writer tackles those subjects so big only radio can possibly contain them.
So far Henry has covered Family, Life, Love, Imagination, Nature, The Universe, Communication, Ageing and Community; and this new episode is all about Home.
The show is being recorded in East Sussex because this is now where Henry calls home. Through poetry, stories, jokes and quotes, he will be examining what home means to us. Henry Normal is a multi-award-winning writer, producer and poet. Co-writer of award-winning programmes such as The Royle Family, The Mrs Merton Show, Coogan’s Run and Paul Calf, and producer of, amongst many others, Oscar-nominated Philomena, Gavin and Stacey and Alan Partridge.
He’s published eight collections of poetry including his most recent The Beauty Within Shadow, plus his memoir written with Angela Pell, A Normal Family everyday adventure with our autistic son.
Tickets can be booked online in advance of the recording.
Image Credits: Henry Normal .