Griff Rhys Jones

Where Was I?
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    Brisbane • 25 October 7:30pm
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    Melbourne • 30 October 7:30pm
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    Brisbane • 25 October 7:30pm
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    Melbourne • 30 October 7:30pm
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About the event

Welsh comedian, writer and actor Griff Rhys Jones has starred on Not the Nine O’Clock News and has worked alongside Rowan Atkinson, Pamela Stephenson and Mel Smith, is coming to Australia this month! His work on Alas Smith and Jones, with co-star Mel Smith, made him one of the seminal comedy acts of their time.

Griff went on to established himself as a presenter in various television shows such as Three Men in a Boat, It’ll Be Alright on the Night and Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones and founded the production company Talkback Productions, which produced comedy series including Da Ali G Show, I’m Alan Partridge and Smack the Pony. Finding a passion for travel, he’s sailed to St Petersburg and around the Mediterranean, ventured to Morocco, the Galapagos, India and Australia. He has ventured forth to work for TV, making Greatest Cities, A Slow Train to Africa, In Search of the Black Rhino, Burma and The Forgotten Army, several series of Three Men In A Boat and programmes on mountains, rivers, lost routes and tribal art.

Where Was I? uses Griff’s personal jaunts from the last fifteen years to explore universal themes like how to use the self-check in and why we need to get out while we still can. He’ll dive in to “making of” snippets for the real truth about TV travel.

"★★★★ Great comedy"

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"Jokes at his own expense come faster than the rapids on the River Tay"

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