NEW YORK – Paul Burrell (search), Princess Diana's butler, announced plans Thursday for a one-man show. In "An Evening With Paul Burrell," the former royal servant will discuss his life with the princess and take questions from the audience.
Four performances are scheduled for June 24-26 at New York's Town Hall. Before that, he'll stage the show in London at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane starting June 20.
Last year, Burrell detailed his time with Diana in his tell-all book, "A Royal Duty," (search) which angered the royal family. He has said he intended the best-selling memoir as a loving tribute.
Princess Diana died in an August 1997 car crash in Paris along with her companion, Dodi Fayed, and chauffeur Henri Paul.
Tickets for Burrell's New York shows will be available starting Monday through Ticketmaster.