A rare chance to enjoy an evening with Sue Perkins packed full of sparkling wit, great stories, a user’s guide to Mary Berry and the very best bits from her hilarious, No. 1 best-selling memoir Spectacles.
Much loved and irrepressible, this is a rare chance to enjoy an afternoon with Sue packed full of sparkling wit, great stories and a user’s guide to Mary Berry.
Sue is best known for being one quarter of double act Mel and Sue. In 2008 she won the BBC show Maestro culminating in her conducting at The Last Night of the Proms. She has created the acclaimed travel documentary The Mekong River with Sue Perkins, hosts new shows Insert Name Here and Spelling Bee and is a regular on Have I Got News For You, Just a Minute, QI and The News Quiz … and there’s that cake show on BBC1.
Presenter, writer and comedian Sue Perkins is arguably best known for her role co-hosting seven series of Bafta Award-winning show The Great British Bake Off, which mainly involved making puns about Hungarian Rings with her life-partner Mel Giedroyc. Most recently, Sue has hosted Sky One’s family game show The Big Spell, Sky Atlantic’s Game of Thrones fan-show Thronecast, as well as co-presenting the BBC’s charity talent show Let’s Sing And Dance For Comic Relief. She has just finished touring the UK with her stand up show Spectacles, based on her Sunday Times bestselling memoir.
In 2014, Sue presented the BBC Two documentary The Mekong River, a four-part series where she embarked on a 3,000-mile journey along South East Asia’s greatest river, exploring lives and landscapes on the verge of drastic change. Later this year the BBC will be releasing Sue’s latest adventure, The Ganges, which will tell the story of developing, modern India through the eyes of the millions living along its banks.