The Barn Theatre, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

Adrian Scarborough

19th June 2011 at 18:00:00

2011 Olivier Award winner. In aid of the Studio Project

Tonight only

Elliot Brown will be joined on stage by Adrian Scarborough, entering into casual conversation covering many inspiring topics as well as offering the audience the chance to post some of their own questions to one of Britain’s most versatile actors.

Adrian Scarborough has subtly been in the face of the British public since completing his training at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Scarborough’s versatility is staggering, his TV appearances range from the re-make of Upstairs Downstairs to Pete in the award-winning, Gavin and Stacey. In film he has appeared in some of our most loved credits: The King’s Speech and The History Boys to name but two; but it is Scarborough’s theatre credentials that have been highlighted in the last year. Having been affiliated with the Royal National Theatre for around 20 years, in March this year Scarborough won an Olivier Award for his portrayal of John in the revival of Terrance Rattigan’s, After the Dance. Scarborough can currently be seen in the 5-star musical Betty Blue Eyes, a Cameron Mackintosh production playing at the Novello Theatre, London.


Tickets are priced at £7.50 which includes a glass of wine or soft drink upon arrival.

Studio Project

All money raised from the evening will go straight into the Studio Project fund which aims to raise £150,000 to renovate one of our rehearsal rooms into an active Studio Theatre, an adaptable hiring space and a new inspiring home for our Youth Groups.


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