Howard Marks, writer of the best-selling autobiography Mr Nice, has had to postpone his performance in Exeter tomorrow due to illness.
His critically acclaimed show An Audience with Mr Nice had been scheduled for the Exeter Corn Exchange on Friday.
It has now been re-arranged for Sunday, March 24 at the same time and the same venue.
During the show Howard Marks draws on a wealth of experience, ranging from growing up in South Wales and his time at Oxford University to incarceration at America's toughest federal penitentiary.
There are plenty of tales about when he worked with the British Secret Service and has been connected with the Mafia, the IRA, MI6 and the CIA. A film about his life was a cinema box office smash hit.
For more information contact the box office: 01392 665938.