THE legendary Rolf Harris is to make a rare stage appearance when he performs at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on December 14.
The artist, musician, singer, TV presenter is one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers and his Nottingham date is his only performance of his new show outside London.
The nation’s favourite Aussie, who in 2010 made his sixth appearance at the Glastonbury Festival before a record breaking 130,000 audience, will appear in Rolf Harris Live, an opportunity to hear his classic songs with a live band …..and the biggest didgeridoo ever.
From his birth in Perth, where he went on to become a champion swimmer, he arrived in London in 1952 to study art, and a year later, began his phenomenal TV career, which has spanned an incredible 58 years with shows including Rolf’s Cartoon Club, the award-winning Animal Hospital series and Rolf on Art, which gained the highest ratings ever for an arts programme.
The man who invented the wobble board was also invited to paint a portrait of The Queen to celebrate her 80th birthday in 2006.
Thrill again to Rolf’s mammoth hits including Stairway to Heaven; Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport, Sun Arise and Two Little Boys.
Rolf has been awarded the CBE, is a member of the Order of Australia and has won many honours for his work in the entertainment industry.
He has delighted several generations. We have all grown up watching him from his early days on television to cheering him at Glastonbury – where he was voted ‘most popular entertainer’.
There is nobody quite like Rolf and there will be nothing quite like this show. This is a unique opportunity to enjoy a live performance from this iconic performer.
Tickets to see him in action cost £30 and £35. They are available by calling the box office on 0115 989 5555.