Antiques Roadshow experts visit Sidmouth

13:48 21 February 2012

Antiques experts talk about Antiques Roadshow at Sidmouth’s Manor Pavilion Theatre

ANTIQUES experts Paul Atterbury and Hilary Kay, from BBC TV’S Antiques Roadshow, bring their touring show Have you had it long, Madam? Tales from the Antiques Roadshow to Sidmouth’s Manor Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, April 21.

Starting at 8.00pm, this is a unique and interesting show about BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow, which is now it its 34th year.

The well known presenters share their knowledge, experiences and favourite stories with the audience, as well as hilarious clips, off screen disasters, and their most interesting discoveries.

Tickets are £15 from the theatre box office: 01395 514413.

Further information: www.haveyouhaditlongmadam.com or 07891 663044.

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