Nick Owen’s just the ticket

TV personality and supporter of the “26 Miles” Motor Neurone Disease Association campaign Nick Owen will be appearing at the Palace Theatre in Redditch this week – on Thursday September 24 – talking about his experiences interviewing stars from the world of sport, entertainment and news. Tickets are nearly sold out so hurry if you want one!

You can find out more here – Palace Theatre, Box Office

Rumour has it that co-stars from his past may be in the audience (including Suzanne Virdee)! I worked alongside Nick (and Suzanne) a great many times during my 17 year career as a TV cameraman and director.

Here’s what happened as I was reunited with Nick when we visited the BBC studios in Birmingham to take his “26 Miles” portrait recently.

(click on the first image to enter a slide show of all the pictures)

It was so great to meet him again. If you can get to his show on Thursday, you’ll find him as warm and witty in the flesh as he is on TV.

Nick’s portrait will be amongst pictures of a group of celebrities who are supporting the “26 Miles” Motor Neurone Disease Association campaign. These will be published during the final 26 MND portraits in the days leading to Cristian’s marathon.

Please help us to reach our target of £2,600 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The MND Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on MND care, research and campaigning and is the charity “26 Miles” is fundraising for. Please help them to help more people affected by MND by DONATING to our Just Giving page or donate via your mobile phone – Text ‘mmnd99 £5.00‘ (or whatever you can afford) to 70070 

Thank you 🙂

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