Sir Tony Robinson is most famous for playing the role of Baldrick in Blackadder but he made his first professional appearance at the age of thirteen in the original stage version of Oliver! and went on to appear with the Chichester Festival Theatre, the RSC and the National Theatre. He wrote and starred in Maid Marian And Her Merry Men, and presented Time Team for twenty years. He has made numerous factual series, including The Worst Jobs In History and Tony Robinson's Time Walks. He is a multi award-winning children's television writer and has authored many children's books including the history series Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders. He has also written several books for adults.
Sir Tony Robinson
Pan Macmillan will publish the autobiography of actor, presenter, historian and author Sir Tony Robinson, No Cunning Plan, in September 2016.
Listen to an extract from the audiobook of Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders: Romans, written and read by Tony Robinson.
Listen to an extract from the audiobook of Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders: British written and read by Tony Robinson.
Listen to an extract from the audiobook of Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders: Greeks, written and read by Tony Robinson.
Listen to a extract from the audiobook of Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders: Egyptians, written and read by Tony Robinson.
Tony Robinson takes you on a headlong gallop through time, pointing out all the most important, funny, strange, amazing, entertaining and gory bits about the Romans, Egyptians, Greeks and the British
Join Tony Robinson at Linghams on the 21st November for a talk on his autobiography, No Cunning Plan! "
"Doors 7pm "
"Start 7.30pm "
"Standard ticket £14, with signed book...
An Evening with "
"Sir Tony Robinson "
"Wed 22nd Nov 2017 7pm (doors at 6.30pm) "
"At Lytham Methodist Church, Park Street "
"Tickets £10 from the bookshop "
"Tickets include a signed copy of...
The much-loved actor, presenter and author Tony Robinson will be at Hundith Hill Hotel with his long-awaited autobiography 'No Cunning Plan'. "
"Thursday 23rd November 7.30pm at Hundith Hill...
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