Stephen Fry Live Book Show In Cinemas

Celebrating the publication of his new memoir: THE FRY CHRONICLES, Stephen Fry’s exclusive live preview of the book from the Royal Festival Hall on September 13 (7.30 pm) – THE FRY CHRONICLES LIVE! – will be broadcast live by satellite in two glorious dimensions to over 55 Picturehouses and other cinemas around the country making it probably the biggest ever book event to date.
Much loved by the public and his peers, Stephen Fry will mark the publication with a live performance which will give audiences a sneak preview into the content of this much anticipated memoir.

Presented by David Johnson in association with publishers Penguin, THE FRY CHRONICLES LIVE! will also be performed (but not broadcast) on September 17 (Cambridge Corn Exchange) and September 18 (New Theatre, Oxford).

THE FRY CHRONICLES will be published on 13th September by Michael Joseph.

As part of a thrilling new experiment the 13th September event will be broadcast live from the Royal Festival Hall direct via satellite to selected cinemas all over the country – live – as it actually happens – in two glorious dimensions.
Thirteen years ago, Moab is my Washpot, Stephen Fry’s autobiography of his early years, was published to rave reviews and was a huge bestseller. In the thirteen years since, Stephen Fry has moved into a completely new stratosphere, both as a public figure, and a private man.

Now he is not just a multi-award-winning comedian and actor, but also an author, director and presenter. In January 2010, he was awarded the Special Recognition Award at the National Television Awards.

His new memoir is a dazzling, courageously frank, and utterly entrancing read from start to finish.

THE FRY CHRONICLES will be published on 13th September 2010 (Michael Joseph/ Penguin).
www.frylive.com
The FRY CHRONICLES LIVE! in 2D
13 Sept 7.30pm in Cinemas throughout the UK (Full Price : £12.50, Concessions: £11, Members: £10)
Further Information/booking: www.picturehouses.co.uk
ACTON Vue Cinemas
BRIXTON The Ritzy
CLAPHAM Clapham Picturehouse
CROYDON David Lean Cinema
EAST FINCHLEY Phoenix Cinema
GREENWICH Greenwich Picturehouse
ISLINGTON Vue Cinemas
NOTTING HILL The Gate
OXTED Screen Oxted
STRATFORD EAST Stratford Picturehouse

ABERDEEN The Belmont Picturehouse
AMBLESIDE Zeffirellis
BATH The Little Theatre Cinema
BELFAST Queens Film Theatre
BIRMINGHAM STAR CITY Vue Cinemas
BRADFORD Bradford Media Museum
BRIGHTON Duke Of York’s Picturehouse
BRISTOL CRIBBS CAUSWAY Vue Cinemas
BRISTOL LONGWELL GREEN Vue Cinemas
BURY ST EDMUNDS The Abbey Gate Picturehouse
CAMBERLEY Vue Cinemas
CAMBRIDGE Arts Picturehouse
CHRISTCHURCH Regents Christchurch
DENBIGHSHIRE Scala Cinema And Arts Centre
DERBY Quad Derby
DUBLIN Dundrum (Spurling)
DUBLIN Dungarvan (Spurling)
DUBLIN Swords (Spurling)
DUBLIN Vue Cinemas

EDINBURGH The Cameo
EXETER Exeter Picturehouse
FARNHAM Farnham Maltings
GLASGOW Film Theatre
GOREY Gorey (Spurling)
HARROW Vue Cinemas
HENLEY-ON-THAMES Regal Picturehouse
LEEDS THE LIGHT Vue Cinemas
LEICESTER Vue Cinemas
LIVERPOOL Picturehouse At FACT
MANCHESTER LOWRY Vue Cinemas
NEWBURY Vue Cinemas
NEWCASTLE Tyneside Cinema
NORWICH Cinema City
OXFORD Phoenix Picturehouse
PERSHORE Number 8 Community Arts Centre
PLYMOUTH Vue Cinemas
POOLE Lighthouse
PORTSMOUTH Vue Cinemas
READING Vue Cinemas
SOUTHAMPTON Harbour Lights Picturehouse
STRATFORD-UPON-AVON Stratford-Upon-Avon Picturehouse
UCKFIELD The Picture House
WATFORD Vue Cinemas
WINCHESTER Screen Winchester
WOLVERHAMPTON Light House
YORK City Screen York

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