REPORTING from the front lines of rock and roll, as well as some of the world's most dangerous places, broadcaster Andy Kershaw has seen it all.

And his unique perspective on the world has made his one-man show will be brought to life at Sale's Waterside Arts Centre on Friday.

The one-man two hour audio-visual presentation covers his life, career, adventures and experiences in radio and television, live music, travels to extreme countries and foreign correspondence which has seen hin visit 97 countries.

Andy is a freelance broadcaster, journalist and foreign correspondent who was an eyewitness to the Rwandan genocide and reported it for the Today programme.

He worked for the Rolling Stones in 1982 and was a BBC Radio 1 DJ for 15 years ­— and owns an LP and CD collection weighing seven tonnes!

He is a familiar face as a reporter on BBC1 television’s The One Show.

These are some of the fascinating stories included in the show.

Tickets for The Adventures of Andy Kershaw are available from 0161 912 5616,

Doors open 7pm.

Tickets: £15 in advance