Inspirations at NLS: Rory Bremner

Rory Bremner
Rory Bremner.

Rory Bremner is a household name famous for his work in political satire and his uncanny impressions of prominent British and Scottish politicians.

Passions and projects

Rory has a plethora of talents and keeps busy with a number of projects and passions both on and off screen.

He recently appeared on stage in Noel Coward's play 'Relative values' alongside Patricia Hodge and Caroline Quentin, and he has translated four classic operas: 'Carmen', 'Silver Lake', 'Orpheus in the Underworld' and 'Seven deadly sins'.

In between all of this he has found the time to raise awareness for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — a disorder that he struggles with on a daily basis.


So how did this Edinburgh-born man who studied languages at university come to be a successful comedian renowned for shows like 'Bremner, Bird and Fortune', 'Mock the week' and 'Whose line is it anyway'?

We are delighted to welcome Rory Bremner to the Library as he discusses the inspirations that have motivated him through his personal and professional life.

22 June

Tickets: £5 per person. Refreshments included.
This event is fully booked.


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