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Ian McKellen  Actor and activist.

If you’d like to find out a little more about the film McKellen: Playing the Part - Documentary, make sure you give this episode of the Curzon Film Podcast a listen.
In cinemas on May 27!
Acast: https://aca.st/c332af
iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-curzon-film-podcast/id1083117624?mt=2

Somewhere near London, we are now filming The Good Liar ... http://mckellen.com/cinema/the-good-liar-movie/index.html

We are now just under three weeks out from McKellen: Playing the Part screening across the UK, a live cinema event where I will sit down with Graham Norton for a Q&A before the show. In the upcoming weeks, look out for some sneak peek clips from the film.

A fine spring day in London

#TBT 2 December 2000. Backyard barbecue in Wellington NZ with Peter Jackson and Tim Barnett while filming #LOTR. Formal introduction to Kiwi-style Pavlova.

Today we started filming The Good Liar costarring Helen Mirren, directed by Bill Condon http://www.mckellen.com/cinema/the-good-liar-movie

I'm pleased to announce the actors who will join me on stage as we present KING LEAR at the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End for a limited run beginning 11th July. Sinéad Cusack (Kent), Danny Webb (Gloucester), Kirsty Bushell (Regan), James Corrigan (Edmund), Lloyd Hutchinson (Fool), Claire Price (Goneril), Luke Thompson (Edgar), and Anita-Joy Uwajeh (Cordelia). For a look at the full cast please visit my website http://www.mckellen.com/stage/king-lear-west-end-2018/cast.html

An important book for the times, from Sally Kohn.

Sunday 27 May at 3pm: UK Premiere of McKellen: Playing the Part, followed by a Q&A with me, hosted by Graham Norton and broadcast live to cinemas across the UK and Scandinavia from London’s BFI Southbank. Info at http://www.mckellenfilm.com

Now everyone worldwide can listen free to 'Paradise Lost' https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09wlnc3

#tbt 1968 Sandy Dennis and me in “A Touch of Love”

King Lear again: for 100 performances at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London where I made my West End debut in 1964. It’s a small theatre but we shall make it even more intimate by removing half the stalls seats, so everyone is closer to the actors. There will be 100 tickets for each show under £30 each. If you are between 16-25 you can sit on the front or back rows for £5. First performance is 11th July. Get booking today! https://www.kinglearwestend.com/

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