Controverisal Doncaster-born TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson will be back on home soil next week when he returns to South Yorkshire for a three-day live motoring spectacular.
Clarkson, sacked by the BBC earlier this year after punching a Top Gear producer, will be reunited with his on-screen pals Richard Hammond and James May for Clarkson, Hammond and May Live at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena from Friday June 5 until Sunday June 7.
The worldwide tour promises to electrify audiences with incredible stunts in a high-octane arena show.
Fans of the trio will be able to enjoy an action packed 90-minute show with new, never before seen sequences, as well as the supercars, stunts, explosions, tyre smoke and irreverent humour you’d expect from the three biggest car presenters on the planet.
Other highlights include the world’s largest Cage of Death, where seven motorcyclists use centrifugal force to circle the inside of a giant globe and a spectacular driving sequence featuring two custom built BMW M3s covered in over 600 metres of LED.
Creative Director Rowland French said: “The three presenters have been working incredibly hard to make sure it’s better than ever before, and I’m certainly looking forward to seeing them back doing what they do best.
“If you love the three boys, then this is the only place to see them!”
The trio kicked off the worldwide tour in Belfast last week with crowds in Northern Ireland’s capital enjoying breath-taking stunts, magnificent supercars as well as plenty of laughs from the infamous trio.
The audiences were also thrilled by the inclusion of two brand new films which have been produced exclusively for screening at the live shows.
While one film involves them trying their hand at being 70s TV detectives, the other sees Jeremy, Richard and James attempt to go it alone filming their own power test.
“I hope you’ve enjoyed watching as much as we’ve enjoyed being back together again.”Jeremy Clarkson
One clip even sees them reunite with an old friend who many fans recognised as Ben Collins, a former Stig on BBC’s Top Gear.
Jeremy closed the final Belfast show with these parting words to the fans: “I hope you’ve enjoyed watching as much as we’ve enjoyed being back together again. Thank you very much for coming out and being the most perfect audience for the start of our world tour.”
Tickets are available online now at Live Nation UK for all UK shows and priced from £38.