AN evening with Mr Nice - Howard Marks - promises to be a night not to be missed at the Marryat Hall, Dundee on Thursday, May 10 at 7.30 pm.
In 1996 he released his autobiography, Mr Nice, which remains an international best-seller in several languages and was the best-selling non-fiction book of 1997.
During 1997 he performed his first live shows, which discussed his life as a marijuana smuggler and his views on drug use and legislation.
The shows received excellent reviews throughout the national press, and his now legendary one-man comedy show.
The second half of his show is based around his new book, “Sympathy for the devil”. This is the first in a three-part crime fiction series.
An audience with Mr Nice continues to sell out at venues throughout Britain and Europe, covering an ever-widening range of topics.
The Marryat Hall will also host a spring concert with the Lydian Singers on Wednesday, May 9.
The Dundee-based ladies choir presents an enjoyable and varied programme of popular, folk and classical music, guaranteed to please all musical tastes. The conductor is Helen M. Addison, with accompanist Helen Boyle and talented young violinist Elizabeth Flett. Tickets from the box office on 01382 434 940.