Sally hawkins

Sally hawkins

Friday, 29 May 2015

500 WORDS - Top 50 Stories 2015

(Photo from the 500 Words Final at St James's Palace)

To celebrate the competition's fifth year Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall invites Chris Evans and the 500 Words finalists to attend a live broadcast from the spectacular St James' Palace!
The six winning wordsmiths will be announced live on-air, by superstar celebrity narrators including Sir Kenneth Branagh, Charles Dance, Sally Hawkins and Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson. 

(Sally reads out Emily Potts short story Cake Wars Starting approx 1:10:00)

Sally Hawkins in the short film Hollow China (2005)

Monday, 18 May 2015

Made in Eastbourne : Made in Dagenham

The Under Ground Theatre kicks off its season of eight Made in Eastbourne films on the third Tuesday of every month with Made in Dagenham

Movie Showing: Tuesday 19th May 2015 at 7.30pm.  Venue and bar open at 7pm.

Thursday, 14 May 2015

Film: Paddington & The Theory of Everything at The Victoria Hall in Radstock

Two award winning British Films are being screened on Saturday, May 16 at The Victoria Hall Radstock with Paddington at 4.30pm and The Theory of Everything at 7.30pm.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Letters Live at Freemasons' Hall, Covent Garden (March/April 2015)

LETTERS LIVE at Freemasons' Hall, London was our most ambitious series of events yet, with Benedict Cumberbatch & Louise Brealey in starring roles. Across four nights, each show featured a unique line up of artists reading memorable letters to our sold out audiences.

Guests included Joss Ackland, Ellie Bamber, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Matt Berry, Samantha Bond, Russell Brand, Simon Callow, Gemma Chan, Olivia Colman, Lisa Dwan, Joanne Froggatt, Sally Hawkins, Tom Hiddleston, Richard Holloway, Sophie Hunter, Danny Huston, Gemma Jones, Toby Jones, Sir Ben Kingsley, Ferdinand Kingsley, Sir Ian McKellen, Kylie Minogue, Caitlin Moran, Nick Moran, Andrew O’Hagan, Geoffrey Palmer, Clarke Peters, Alan Rusbridger, Colin Salmon, Greta Scacchi, Andrew Scott, Juliet Stevenson, Tom Sturridge, Ashley Walters and Dominic West. Music by Natalie Clein, Kelvin Jones and Tom Odell.