A Whale of a time with James at the Radlett Centre
OUTSPOKEN late night king James Whale is taking to the stage at The Radlett Centre next Sunday, December 6. His confrontational style has won him a cult following over the years and he has managed to offend a large number of people. The late night mouth-o
OUTSPOKEN late night king James Whale is taking to the stage at The Radlett Centre next Sunday, December 6.
His confrontational style has won him a cult following over the years and he has managed to offend a large number of people.
The late night mouth-of-the-south started his career at Metro Radio in Newcastle before going on to cause many a producer loss of sleep at Radio Tees and Radio Aire Leeds.
He made his first foray into television with The James Whale Debate and in 1993 he moved back to his native London to present Whale On for London Weekend Television.
1995 saw the launch of The James Whale Show which became cult late-night viewing for millions.
James has won three Sony Radio Awards and also written a book entitled Bald on Top inspired by his premature hair loss.
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He is appearing at 7.30pm and tickets at �18 with concessions �17 are available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre. co.uk