Date: Sunday 19 April 2020, 7.30pm
Webster Memorial Theatre, Arbroath
Champion motorcyclist & truck racer, television presenter, practical joker or just plain survivor – Steve Parrish has been called them all.
Steve raced at the highest level of motorcycling racing becoming British Champion in 1976 and then 5th in the 1977 500cc World Championship, as team mate to that years champion Barry Sheene. Barry who met Steve in 1975 is quoted as saying “If he was to set up his bike as well as his victims and had put as much effort into the bike as he did the intricate pranks he pulled on people he would certainly of been a World Champion”.
After retiring in 1986 Steve managed a successful Yamaha factory team to three British Superbike Championship titles. He started a truck racer career where he won five European Truck racing titles.
Steve was the BBC commentator for Moto GP and is now a pundit for Eurosport's World Superbike and British Superbike coverage, TT & Classic TT.
Last year saw the publication of his latest hilarious autobiography the ‘‘PARRISH TIMES’, which tracks his amazing journey over the last four decades, through a rollercoaster ride of emotions in surely the most dangerous & exhilarating sporting arena there is. Steve now brings the uncut version of the ‘ ParrishTimes’ to audiences.
Now in its fifth year the successful MAD Tour has evolved over the years and is now hosted by Steve’s wife Michelle.
People who have already seen the show are returning to hear more of the stories:-
Sam Corser tweeted ‘I laughed, I cried & I cried laughing, bloody brilliant’
Comedian Vic Reeves commented, ‘The man is MAD very funny, love the stories and pranks, even I’d be proud of them’.
Comedian Ross Noble stated ‘A fantastic night, such a legend and you think I’m bonkers, he’s just crazy’
Sunday 19th April 2020 7.30pm.