Food critic, writer and broadcaster Jay Raynor will host ‘An Evening With Andy Nyman‘ this December in which the award winning actor, writer and director will discuss his extensive career on the stage, screen, as a playwright and in magic.
The one-off event will raise money for a local primary school in north London.
Nyman is currently playing the role of Tevye in Trevor Nunn’s smash-hit revival of Fiddler on the Roof at the Playhouse Theatre in the West End. He can also be seen giving a star performance in Judy, director Rupert Goold’s critically acclaimed and Oscar tipped bio-pic film about Judy Garland starring Renee Zelwegger.
Nyman’s theatre credits include Martin McDonnagh’s Hangman, Abigail’s Party and the international hit show Ghost Stories, which he co-wrote and directed with Jeremy Dyson. The play, which returns to the West End this month, was subsequently turned into a film starring Nyman, Martin Freeman, Alex Lawther & Paul Whitehouse.
Andy Nyman’s screen credits include films The Commuter, Death at a Funeral, Kick-Ass 2; and for televisionHanna, Wanderlust, The Eichmann Show, Psychobitches, Campus, Crooked House and Dead Setas well as his highly acclaimed performance as Winston Churchill in Peaky Blinders.
Andy will also talk about his extensive work with the world of magic, including twenty years of writing and directing Derren Brown in his TV and theatre shows.
An Evening With Andy Nyman will take place on 2 December 2019 at Fitzjohn’s Primary School, 86A Fitzjohn’s Avenue, London, NW3 6NP.
An Evening With Andy Nyman tickets are now available.