This is a live streamed show, with no live audience.
For this exclusive show, Armistead Maupin and Sir Ian McKellen will be talking live from our very own Crazy Coqs.
Crazy Coqs is collaborating with Fane Online for it’s curated series of broadcast-quality live-streamed events, giving you the chance to watch exclusive shows with celebrated authors, actors and podcasters, all from the comfort of your own home.
Fane Online are partnering with some of the country’s top regional theatres and independent bookshops, and are pleased to be able to offer two ticket packages. The ‘book and ticket’ package includes a unique ticket for the live stream, and a SIGNED copy of Logical Family: A Memoir, worth £9.99, deliverable to any UK address. The standard ‘ticket’ package consists of a unique ticket for the live stream only.
The event will initially be broadcast on 12 August at 18:30 UK time. It will be available to view up to 48 hours after the event has ended and can be accessed Worldwide.
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Join the bestselling, much-loved author and LGBTQ+ activist, Armistead Maupin, live streamed straight from Crazy Coqs, in a special one-off event, as he discusses his career with Sir Ian McKellen.
Maupin has been blazing a trail through US popular culture since the 1970’s, when his iconic and ground-breaking series Tales of the City was first published as a column in the San Francisco Chronicle.
The novel series has been taking the literary world by storm ever since and was recently adapted by Netflix into a critically acclaimed series, starring Laura Linney, Olympia Dukakis and Ellen Page.
Don’t miss the chance to join one of America’s greatest storytellers, as he recounts his favourite tales from the past four decades, offering his own engaging observations on society and the world we inhabit.
Ian McKellen is an actor and activist, who has received a multitude of international awards for his performances in the theatre, cinema and television. He has been an eloquent advocate for gay rights since he came out in 1988 and co-founded Stonewall, the charity which lobbies for legal and social equality for gay people. He was appointed Companion of Honour ‘for services to Drama and Equality’ in 2007.