We're back with a bang in 2017!
Tuesday 3 January 2017, Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
We are extremely excited to announce that Off the Record is back in 2017 with the one and only Gary Oldman!
The Actors Centre and Really Useful Theatres are continuing to present our hit series of conversations "Off the Record" as part of the initiative, Lunchtime at the Lane. A series of colourful conversations between Paul Clayton and his guests in what is probably the finest Georgian room in England, the Grand Saloon at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
This is a very special Off the Record where all funds raised will be in aid of the Actors Centre Capital Development Fund.
BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated Gary Oldman has dominated our screens for 30 years and is one of the world’s greatest cinema actors. Having started in rep, he established a good reputation on the English stage. Oldman has since ascended to the heights of his profession with his iconic performances on screen. Films include Prick Up Your Ears, The Fifth Element, Léon, JFK, Dracula, Immortal Beloved, and the Batman and Harry Potter Franchises. He is currently shooting Darkest Hour as Winston Churchill.
A special allocation of tickets are being released exclusively for members, before general release. As this is a special fundraising Off the Record, member tickets will cost £10 each and are bookable via the Actors Centre website only, and public tickets will cost £20 each and are bookable via the Tristan Bates Theatre website only. This limited exclusive low ticket price will only be available while stocks last, so remember, if you miss out you can still buy a public ticket from the Tristan Bates Theatre website from 6 December!
Tickets for this event are now SOLD OUT. But you can listen again to the podcast of the interview here.
The bar in the Grand Saloon, Theatre Royal Drury Lane will be open at 12pm for drinks and snacks and the event will begin at 1pm, lasting approximately one hour.
Tickets are limited to 1 per person and are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.
Actors Centre credit cannot be used towards payment.