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Masterclass: Acting with Stephen Graham

Event: Virgin Media British Academy Television AwardsDate: Sunday 12 May 2019Venue: Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, LondonHost: Graham Norton-Area: Vianney Le Caer Master SetBAFTA/Shutterstock/Vianney Le Caer
Wednesday, 4 March 2020 - 7:00pm
The May Fair Hotel, Stratton St, Mayfair, London W1J 8LT

Stephen Graham has enjoyed continued success following his critically acclaimed performance in the 2006 BAFTA winning This is England, directed by Shane Meadows, together with the recent follow up Channel 4 mini-series: This is England ‘86, ’88 &‘90’, which also secured him a BAFTA  Television Award nomination. Other notable credits include Jimmy McGovern’s The Street, in which he received an RTS award nomination, McGovern’s Accused opposite Sean Bean, as well as HBO’s Parade’s End with Benedict Cumberbatch. 

His television credits include Channel 4's The Virtues, ITV’s Little Boy Blue, The Watchman and the BBC’s Decline and Fall The Secret Agent and Taboo alongside Tom Hardy. In 2018 Stephen starred in Sky’s Save Me created by Lennie James which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2019 BAFTA Television Awards.

2019 saw Stephen feature in the highly acclaimed biopic Rocketman alongside Taron Egerton playing the infamous Dick James. Stephen starred in the critically acclaimed  The Irishman as Tony “Pro” Provenzano opposite Al Pacino and De Niro. In 2020, Stephen will star in Greyhound alongside Tom Hanks and is currently filming Venom 2 alongside Tom Hardy.

In conversation with journalist and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.

Members tickets available Wednesday 5 February, 9.30
Public tickets available  Friday 7 February, 12.30

Seating will be unallocated. If you have any access requirements, please contact [email protected] as far in advance as possible.


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