Graham Norton Events 2014

Graham Norton Live

Theatre Tour – Autumn 2014


Don't miss your chance to see Graham Norton Live, in his series of nationwide theatre events where  Graham will be in conversation to discuss his new memoir, The Life and Loves of a He Devil, which publishes on Thursday 23rd October 2014.

Events comprise:

Friday 24th October – The Courtyard Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Monday 27th October – Watford Colosseum, Watford

Friday 31st October – Bath Forum, Bath

Sunday 2nd November – Royal Festival Hall, London

Saturday 15th November – Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool

From his Irish childhood to the present day, Graham will share his most memorable experiences - the side- splittingly funny and the tear-jerkingly sad and everything in between. With Graham’s unique blend of characteristic humour and outrageous candour he regales us with tales of his loves and losses and how they’ve shaped his life.

Tickets cost £30 and include a pre-signed hardback copy of Graham Norton’s new book, The Life and Loves of a He Devil (£20 RRP). Tickets are available now from the venues’ Box Offices.



Hodder & Stoughton

The Life and Loves of a He Devil

By Graham Norton

'Full of wicked asides, tart observations and sharp remarks that could only have originated in Graham Norton's witty brain' Terry Wogan, The Irish Times

In his new autobiography, written with characteristic humour and often outrageous candour, Graham shows that life is more than just a series of dates and it's really the things you love that make you who you are. From his beloved dogs to his rediscovered love of Ireland, the men Graham has loved and lost to his love affair with New York. It's been ten years since Graham last hit our shelves and being a decade older he has come to realise that what makes a life interesting is less what happens to you and more what inspires and drives you.

Graham Norton's career has spanned the last two decades, seeing him 'transition from risqué Channel 4 comedian to national treasure' (Evening Standard), and he has entertained an audience of millions in Father Ted, as the hilarious host of Eurovision, and on his primetime BBC1 TV and weekly BBC Radio 2 shows. He is loved across the nation for his delight in the peculiar for his ability to find humour and a common ground in all that life brings.

In The Life and Loves of a He Devil is Graham shows us it's really the things you love that make you who you are.

Full of wicked asides, tart observations and sharp remarks that could only have originated in Graham Norton's witty brain.He is both utterly immodest and charmingly self-depreciativeWitty and wonderful memoir. Sparkling and impish, as you'd imagine.Revealing, moving and brilliantly funny, Graham Norton tells the story of his life through the things he loves in his brand new memoir.

Graham Norton is one of the UK's most treasured comedians and presenters. Born in Clondalkin, a suburb of Dublin, Norton's first big TV appearance was as Father Noel Furlong on Channel 4's Father Ted in the early 1990s. He then secured a prime time slot on Channel 4 with his chat shows So Graham Norton and V Graham Norton.

Known for his quick wit and flamboyant style Graham began hosting a variety of talent shows on BBC One fromStrictly Dance Fever and Andrew Lloyd Webber's How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria? to The Eurovision Song Contest and BAFTAs. Graham was soon approached by the BBC to front his own self titled chat show The Graham Norton Show in 2007.

Graham Norton has won 5 BAFTAs for Best Entertainment Performace. He presents a show on BBC Radio 2 every Saturday and also writes, as Agony Aunt, weekly in a column for The Telegraph.

He hosts the hugely successful BBC1 chat show The Graham Norton Show which gets an average of 4.5 million viewers each week.He has over 675,000 Twitter followers.He has won just about every award going including 7 BAFTAS, and most recently the BAFTA for Best Entertainment Programme.Graham also hosts a hugely popular Radio 2 show every Saturday, with more than 4 million listeners tuning in each week.Graham writes for the Telegraph in a weekly column where takes on the role of Agony Aunt offering advice on a variety of problems.It has been ten years since Graham's widely acclaimed So Me. He promises this will be the most personal thing he's written..