Comedy drama written by Tom Stoppard (based on the novel by Jerome K Jerome). Stars Michael Palin, Tim Curry and Stephen Moore.
Griff Rhys Jones, Rory McGrath, Dara O'Briain and Loli the dog set out from Kingston to Oxford across the Thames in a wooden skiff, attempting to re-trace the journey of Jerome K. Jerome in his classic 1889 book "Three Men in a Boat" and having some adventures of their own along the way, including entering a race after rowing into the middle of the Wallingford Regatta.
Three London gentlemen take a vacation rowing down the Thames, encountering various mishaps and misadventures along the way.
An adaptation of Jerome K. Jerome’s classic story charting the comic misadventures of three friends – and a dog – as they take a boating holiday on the Thames.
Three London gentlemen take vacation rowing down the Thames, encountering various mishaps and misadventures along the way.
Griff Rhys Jones, Dara O'Briain and Rory McGrath reunite for a follow-up journey, this time on board Griff's classic yacht. The trio endeavor to sail from Tower Bridge to the Isle of Wight, followed by participation in a yacht race, with Griff teaching Dara and Rory how to sail.
Three Men in a Boat is a television comedy/documentary series produced by Liberty Bell Productions for BBC Two starring Dara Ó Briain, Rory McGrath and Griff Rhys Jones, first shown on 3 January 2006. In this first rendition, the three participants rowed in a replica wooden skiff from Kingston upon Thames to Oxford. The BBC subsequently commissioned and aired Three Men in Another Boat, Three Men in More Than One Boat, Three Men go to Ireland, Three Men go to Scotland; Three Men go to Venice, and Three Men go to New England, broadcast in 2008, 2009, 2009/2010, 2010 and 2011 respectively. Every series, bar the first, has featured the music from the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. In late October 2011, a production team was shooting in Provincetown, Massachusetts, America's oldest art colony, at the tip of Cape Cod.