New Series of Live Talks Coming to Theatre Royal Haymarket; Judi Dench and Patti LuPone Among Lineup

A new series of conversations, talks and events titled SUNDAY ENCOUNTERS AT THE HAYMARKET, is to launch at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket this March.

SUNDAY ENCOUNTERS AT THE HAYMARKET, presented by Fane Productions, begins 10th March with Broadway legend Patti LuPone, currently onstage in the West End produciton of COMPANY, in conversation with Edward Seckerson.

LuPone said: ‘I’m excited to launch the Fane Productions SUNDAY ENCOUNTERS AT THE HAYMARKET season at the stunning Theatre Royal Haymarket. To appear at a theatre with such a rich theatrical history is a very happy way to end my time in London after several wonderful months in the West End with COMPANY’.

Dame Judi Dench will appear in conversation with Gyles Brandreth on 17th March in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Dench said: ‘We had a lot of fun the last time we did this, so I’m looking forward to being with Gyles again, to being back at the beautiful Theatre Royal, Haymarket, and to supporting the Great Ormond Street Hospital’.

Further confirmed events include: Charles Dance (17th March), Kerry Ellis (24th March), Jason Robert Brown (31st March), Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid (7th April), Dame Patricia Routledge (5th May), Michael Morpurgo (5th May), Misha Glenny (12th May), Carlos Acosta and Mike Parkinson (12th May) and Simon Schama (2nd June).

The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year event will also take place at the Theatre Royal Haymarket this year on 9th June.

Tickets for SUNDAY ENCOUNTERS AT THE HAYMARKET are on sale now.

 

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