An Evening with Dame Diana Rigg

09 March 2019

From The Avengers’ Emma Peel to Lady Glenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones - Dame Diana Rigg’s extraordinary career has spanned decades. Only last year she returned to Broadway in a revival of Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination.

She’s worked with all the greats, including Paul Schofield and Laurence Olivier, the former when she was barely out of The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and has originated two plays by the legendary Tom Stoppard. Hollywood cast her opposite the great George C Scott and she’s rubbed shoulders with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Leslie Caron.

This rare close encounter with the writer and broadcaster Edward Seckerson promises to leave no stone unturned - or in the words of her hilarious collection of the worst reviews ever - No Turn Unstoned.

Image copyright: Graham Jepsen

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An Evening with Dame Diana Rigg