RADIO and television presenter, musician and writer, Mark Radcliffe will entertain an audience at The Met next month.
His show will feature stories and songs of middle-aged angst and ennui with tales of ineptitude and encounters with some of music’s famous names.
Mark, who was born in Bolton, is currently the voice of BBC Radio 2’s weekly programme The Folk Show.
He will visit The Met for just one show on Thursday, May 4.
Tickets are available on The Met’s website or by calling the box office on 0161 761 2216 and are £14.50.