Join us on Sunday 22nd October at 6pm at the Players Theatre Thame, for a unique event! Dwina Gibb will be in conversation with the renowned TV and Radio presenter, and revered popular music expert in British media,Paul Gambaccini.
Dwina Gibb is much more than simply the widow of Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees; she is a film producer, author, historian, poet, artist and Druid. She and Robin lived quietly in Thame for many years before his untimely death.
Paul is celebrating 50 years of broadcasting this year. This summer, before coming to Thame, he will be hosting similar events with Elton John and Pink Floyd,(Nick Mason) who are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dark Side of the Moon.
In addition to the live audience in the theatre, this very special event will be broadcast live via our interactive live-stream so that wherever you are in the world you will be able to join us.
The two hour show promises to be a wonderful evening of reminiscing, humour, maybe a few tears, and certainly laughter, with maybe some surprise musical numbers as well.
So we look forward to seeing you either in the theatre or online – book your tickets as soon as possible.
Box Office NOW OPEN for
Live-stream tickets only
Please note that the theatre is a small intimate space and seating is limited. Seats are unreserved and tickets for the Live event will be on a first come first served basis. There is a limit of 2 tickets per live ticket purchase.
There is no limit on the Live-stream tickets.
Tickets available only from the Museum online shop from September 8th at 10am onwards. Click here to book (from 8th September)
Live Ticket £45 (to include a complimentary copy of the limited Edition Robin Gibb Tribute brochure). SOLD OUT
Live-stream tickets £15 AVAILABLE
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