digging into Britain's past

An Evening with Alice Roberts: Digging into Britain’s Past - UK theatre tour Spring 2019

In this exclusive tour, Alice will share insights, anecdotes and behind-the-scenes stories from her personal journey to explore Britain’s past, with footage from her programmes and excerpts from her books. Each show will finish with 20 minutes Q&A.  www.alice-roberts.co.uk

Jan 10th    London, Richmond Theatre  0844 871 7651 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 11th     Oxford, Sheldonian Theatre 01865 305305 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 12th    Lichfield, Garrick Theatre  01543 412121 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 17th    Hereford, The Courtyard 01432 340555 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 18th    Guildford, G live 01483 369350 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 19th    Yeovil, Octagon Theatre 01935 422884 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 23rd   York, Grand Opera House 0844 871 3024 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 24th   Loughborough, Town Hall 01509 231914 GET TICKETS HERE 

Jan 25th   Bury St Edmunds, The Apex 01284 758000 GET TICKETS HERE 

Jan 29th  Leeds, City Varieties 0113 243 0808 GET TICKETS HERE

Jan 30th  Morecambe, The Platform 01524 582803 GET TICKETS HERE 

Jan 31st    Newcastle, Northern Stage 0191 230 5151 GET TICKETS HERE

Feb 20th  Keswick, Theatre by the Lake 017687 74411 ON SALE NOV 21ST

Feb 21st   Musselburgh, Brunton Theatre 0131 665 2240 GET TICKETS HERE

Feb 22nd  Chesterfield, Winding Wheel 01246 345 222 GET TICKETS HERE

Anthropologist, author and broadcaster Professor Alice Roberts has been delving into Britain’s past, and making archaeology programmes, for nearly twenty years. Alice joined Time Team as a bone expert before going on to present anthropology and archaeology stories on BBC Two’s immensely popular Coast series and co-presenting The Celts in 2015.

Alice has presented seven series of Digging for Britain, sharing new archaeological discoveries from across the UK on BBC Four, and she has explored the history of our towns and cities in Britain’s Most Historic Towns on Channel 4 - which will be back with a second series in 2019. She has written eight popular science and archaeology books, including The Celts and Tamed: Ten species that changed our world.