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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Stephen Fry on humanism

Presented by Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard

Full details here

22nd February 2011  - 8.00pm Venue: Memorial Church, Harvard Yard, Cambridge

UNITED KINGDOM

Fry Chronicles Book signing appearance.

Topping and Company Booksellers of Bath and Ely present Stephen Fry.

100 good seats still available.

15th October  - 8.00pm Venue: The Forum, 1A Forum Buildings, Bath, BA1 1UG

Full details are available here

STEPHEN FRY LIVE (Stephen Fry talks about his life thus far at the Royal Albert Hall, London)

Phil McIntyre Entertainments proudly presents actor, writer, raconteur and national treasure Stephen Fry live at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Stephen will discuss travel, art, TV, madness with a tactful avoidance of cricket. With his usual admirable, rhetorical technique, sparkling wit and rich tones, this perfect gentleman will entertain and enthral audiences during his 90 minute talk.

20th September – 8.00pm Venue: The Royal Albert Hall, London SOLD OUT

21st September – 8.00pm Venue: The Royal Albert Hall, London SOLD OUT

23rd September  - 8.00pm Venue: The Royal Albert Hall, London TICKETS NOW ONSALE

Please be aware of touts. Tickets can be booked here


FRY LIVE IN THE STEPHEN FRY CHRONICLES! VIA SATELLITE BROADCAST (Book promotional tour)

These events mark the publication of his hugely anticipated second volume of memoirs THE FRY CHRONICLES and will give audiences an exclusive preview of Stephen’s hilarious and frank new book.

The live events are now ALL SOLD OUT.

However, the Royal Festival Hall event will be broadcast live – via satellite – to over 60 cinemas throughout the UK at 7.30pm on 13th September

Full details and tickets available here

13th September – 7.30pm Venue: Royal Festival Hall, London

Tickets can only be booked on the South Bank Centre website
Telephone: 0844 875 0073

17th September – 7.30pm
Venue: Corn Exchange, Cambridge

Tickets can only be booked on the Corn Exchange website
Telephone: 01223 357851

18th September – 7.30pm
Venue: New Theatre, Oxford

Tickets can only be booked on the New Theatre website
Telephone: 0844 847 1585