The Actors Centre

Off The Record with John McCrea & Josie Walker

19 January 2018


Friday 19 January, Tristan Bates Theatre

We are extremely excited to announce that the next Off the Record in 2018 will be with John McCrea & Josie Walker!   

The Actors Centre are continuing to present our hit series of conversations "Off the Record”. A series of colourful conversations between Paul Clayton and his guests in the Tristan Bates Theatre.

So what are you waiting for?

Member tickets cost £15 each and public tickets cost £20 each (these are bookable via the Tristan Bates Theatre website).

For member tickets please click here.

For public tickets please click here.

The bar in the Actors Centre will be open at 12pm for drinks and snacks beforehand 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.

 

John McCrea has been involved in the collaborative process of creating the title role in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie from the beginning. He has recently made his West End leading role debut as Jamie New.

Theatre includes: Jamie in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Sheffield Crucible and Apollo Theatre, London), Filtch in The Busker’s Opera (Park Theatre), John Darling in Peter Pan (Adelphi).

Film includes: God’s Own Country and The Cult.

TV includes: Documental, The Catherine Tate Show, Kerching!, New Tricks.

 

Josie began work on Jamie in 2014. She is enormously proud of the show, its creatives and casts along the way, but mostly she is thankful for the opportunity to meet, and share the inspirational story of Margaret and Jamie Campbell.

Theatre includes: Margaret in the world premiere of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Sheffield Crucible), for the NT: The Plough and the Stars, Husbands and Sons, 3 Winters, The Silver Tassie and War Horse (West End and NT Live), Matilda the Musical (RSC and West End)

Film includes:  Where Hands Touch, Fishbowl and Sleeping Beauty.

TV includes: Midwinter of the Spirit, Call the Midwife, Waterloo Road, Psychoville.

Awards:  The Beautiful Game (Olivier Nomination)

 

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