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An evening with Louis Theroux

An evening with Louis Theroux


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Join us for a special evening with journalist and broadcaster Louis Theroux at Aberdeen Music Hall where he will share stories of his life interviewing the planet’s most controversial, extreme and fascinating characters.

Louis is best-known for producing immersive documentaries that explore the often controversial and complex aspects of the human condition.

His signature mix of cheek and charm has made him one of the best interviewers in the game, taking him everywhere from adult movie sets and prisons to maximum-security psychiatric units and the Church of Scientology.

This is a rare opportunity to spend an evening in the company of Britain’s best-loved TV documentary maker. Do not miss it. 


About Louis Theroux

Louis Theroux graduated from Oxford in 1991 and got his break in television in 1994 working for the American documentary maker Michael Moore, who hired him as a writer and correspondent on his show, TV Nation. 

He then went on to make the Bafta-winning series Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends, When Louis Met…, and a series of award-winning specials including The Most Hated Family in America, Miami Mega Jail, Altered States and the feature-length documentary, My Scientology Movie.

Over the years, Louis has kept true to a way of working that is uniquely his own: by charming his subjects, he’s able to offer rounded portraits of the people involved in complex social issues and human dilemmas, while always resisting easy judgments.

Louis has won numerous awards, including threeBAFTAs, an RTS award, and Grierson’s Trustees’ Award. Louis’ second book, Gotta Get Theroux This, was published in 2019.

In 2020 Louis launched his award-winning BBC Sounds podcast, Grounded with Louis Theroux. He lives in North West London with his wife and three children.