One of the most beloved shows on television, Antiques Roadshow, is bringing its stories to Australia in Tales from the Antiques Roadshow.
The live show, which has been created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Antiques Roadshow, will come to QPAC’s Concert Hall for two nights in February.
On stage will be three of Antiques Roadshow’s most familiar faces — Hilary Kay, Paul Atterbury and Ronnie Archer-Morgan — telling tales from the show’s beginnings in 1977 at Hereford Town hall to the stately homes and Royal palaces they have visited across Great Britain.
“Paul, Ronnie and I are so excited to be bringing the live show to Australia,” Hilary Kay says.
“We know Antiques Roadshow is much loved in Australia and it will be a treat to share some of our favourite Antiques Roadshow moments and experiences with fans. We look forward to meeting you all as we travel across Australia early in 2017.”
Hilary, Paul and Ronnie will share their personal stories from behind the scenes, screen previously unseen footage and remember the most valuable and bizarre objects that have appeared on the show.
There’ll be tears and laughter as they pay tribute to the show’s unique history. The trio will also be answering questions and inviting the audience to test their expertise by playing the ‘Basic, Better, Best’ game.
A must-see for fans of antiques, collectables, and guessing the prices of random objects, Tales from the Antiques Roadshow will play QPAC’s Concert Hall on Wednesday 15 February and Thursday 16 February. Tickets are on sale now at qpac.com.au.
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