Three of Britain’s most distinguished and celebrated actors will be taking to the stage during March and April to share with a theatre audience their experiences and anecdotes.
Geraldine McEwan, Edward Fox and Eileen Atkins will be in conversation with Richard Digby Day, the world-renowned stage director and international lecturer in theatre and dramatic art, as part of a special afternoon mini-season in aid of the Georgian Theatre Royal’s Triple Anniversary Fundraising Appeal.
Geraldine McEwan, familiar to television audiences for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, will take the chair on 9 March; Edward Fox, best known for the hit film Day of the Jackal and television drama Edward and Mrs Simpson appears on 13 April; and Eileen Atkins, who recently won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in Cranford, concludes the series on 20 April.
So, take your chairs and settle down for what promises to be three highly entertaining afternoons with some of our greatest acting legends. There is a special price if you book all three performances.