An exciting art, film, theatre and music extravaganza will descend on the city as part of Manchester Pride Fringe this August. High profile silver screen stars such as Imelda Staunton, Andrew Scott, Bill Nighy and Dominic West will all appear at the festival to launch the new British film Pride.
The film will have a red carpet preview on August 11 and the cast will take part in a public Q&A in Selfridges on Friday August 22 and on August 23 at the People’s History Museum, before marching in the Pride parade.
In a year where comedies have been regularly delivering the laughs - 22 Jump Street and The LEGO Movie, for instance - Pride is the best of the lot. Bursting with heart, exquisite moments and food for thought, it’s a five star night out at the movies. Bluntly, whatever Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie took at the box office, Pride deserves many, many times as much. This deserves to be a huge hit.
Andrew Scott at London Collections: Men AW 2014 [x]
We were just on our way from Bath to Oxford on the train and when I came I saw him. Andrew Scott. I asked him for photo, he told me “later. Too many people”. And then, when I had to go, I looked at him, didn’t know what to say.
“Can I?” I asked
“Yes, sure” he smiled
He made my day
I forgot to post this photo of Andrew (with a cute striped shirt !) when I went to see Birland.
I have another one, but it’s a little blurry…
Andrew Scott about BBC’s Jim Moriarty (25/7/14 | x )
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