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Off the record with Stephen Tompkinson

Off the record with Stephen Tompkinson

14 November 2017


We are extremely excited to announce that the next Off the Record in 2017 will be with Stephen Tompkinson!

The Actors Centre 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.

 

Stephen Tompkinson’s multi award-winning career has spanned the stage, radio, television and film.  His incredible list of credits on screen include the starring role of Alan Banks in DCI Banks, Danny Trevanion in Wild at Heart (for which he won Favourite Drama at the TV Times Awards 2010, UK), Black Nest, A Dark Reflection and starring roles in the iconic TV shows Drop the Dead Donkey and Ballykissangel. Stephen’s last appearance on the West End was as the hilarious King Arthur in Spamalot.  Stephen is currently starring in Patrick Marber's The Red Lion at Trafalgar Studios, which has transferred after a sell-out run at Live Theatre, Newcastle.

 

So what are you waiting for?

Member tickets cost £8.50 each and public tickets cost £12.50 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 Grand Saloon, Theatre Royal Drury Lane will be open at 12pm for drinks and snacks beforehand and the event will begin at 1pm, lasting approximately one hour.

Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.

We are extremely excited to announce that the next Off the Record in 2017 will be with Stephen Tompkinson!

The Actors Centre 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.


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