Actor, writer, comedian and presenter Stephen Fry will return to the West End stage for one night only next month for a special ‘Audience With…’ performance to raise money for Leukaemia Research.
The one-off performance on 18 October will see Fry interviewed by documentary maker and producer Alan Yentob on the stage of the Criterion theatre and answering questions from the gathered audience.
Fry rose to fame as part of the Cambridge Footlights alongside Emma Thompson, Tony Slattery and Hugh Laurie, with whom he found success in both A Bit Of Fry And Laurie and Jeeves and Wooster. The multi-talented Fry has since balanced acting in projects as varied as Blackadder, Wilde and Kingdom with writing four novels, filming documentaries including the recent Stephen Fry In America, and hosting popular panel show QI.
Tickets for An Audience With Stephen Fry are available from £25, with tickets including a pre-show champagne reception with Fry, Yentob and Leukaemia Research supporter Alistair Campbell available for £125. For more information or to book call 020 7685 1022 or visit www.lrf.org.uk/fry