Griff Rhys Jones Tickets
Griff Rhys Jones - First Ever Solo Comedy Tour
This TV legend has spent decades making the public laugh through his intensely funny sketches as half of '80s comedy duo Smith and Jones and various television appearances. With Mel Smith passing away in 2013, his partner has now decided to embark on a first ever solo tour in tribute. His last performance at the West End saw him play Fagin in Oliver! while previous shows, Charley's Aunt in 1984 and An Absolute Turkey in 1994, have seen him collect two Olivier awards for best comedy performance. As well as his first solo outing, Jones returns to the stage for the first time in six years with an appearance in a revival of Moli�re's classic comedy The Miser at the Garrick Theatre in 2017. Don't miss out on a chance to catch a true national treasure live - grab your Griff Rhys Jones tickets now, assured by our industry-first FanProtect Guarantee.
Griff Rhys Jones Biography - Half of Smith and Jones
Born in Cardiff, the comedian came to the fore during the '80s, after a number of producer roles eventually resulted in appearances on BBC sketch shows such as Not the Nine O'Clock News alongside Mel Smith. The pair soon decided to go out on their own, creating the comedy sketch show Alas Smith and Jones and starting their own production company. Talkback Productions has brought about some of the UK's best comedy series such as I'm Alan Partridge, Smack the Pony and Da Ali G Show.
After finding success in comedy, Rhys Jones also carved out a career as a presenter, starring in a number of documentaries for the BBC as well as travelogues like Three Men In A Boat and its sequels alongside his pals Rory McGrath and Dara O'Briain. In 2012, he was reunited with Mel Smith for what would be their last ever performance. Catch the stories and anecdotes of this beloved funnyman at the Venue 150 at EICC in Edinburgh - get your Griff Rhys Jones tickets now.
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