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November 2011 at the BFI

Posted on September 27, 2011 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

Sherlock

Not a lot of tele at the BFI in November this year, but what there is is top quality: a preview of the first episode of the new series of Sherlock, as well as a Q&A with Sharon Gless and Barney Rosenzweig to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Cagney and Lacey. And on top of that, there's also a lost ITV play recovered from the Library of Congress and starring Charles Gray and Susannah York.

November

  • 18th: The First Gentleman
    Norman Ginsbury's play dealing with the battle of wills between the future George IV and his high-spirited daughter Prince Charlotte. With Charles Gray and Susannah York.
  • 29th: Cagney and Lacey 30th anniversary: Sharon Gless and Barney Rosenzweig in conversation + Q&A
    Illustrated with clips from the show, Sharon Gless and exec producer Barney Rosenzweig take part in a panel discussion examing how this iconic series changed representations of women and influenced subsequent television history.
  • 30th: Preview: Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia + Q&A
    A screening of the first episode of the second series, followed by a Q&A with cast and crew. Further details on the BFI web site, including ticket prices, et al.

Champions' priority booking: 11.30am October 3
Members' priority booking opens: 11.30am October 4
Public booking opens: October 11

Prices
£8.00 (members)
£5.25 (member concs)
£9.50 (non-members)
£6.75 (non-members concs)
Under 16s £5.

All shows are £5 on Tuesdays. Conc prices are available to senior citizens, students, unwaged and disability visitors. Proof of eligibility may be required.

As always, visit the BFI web site for more details.

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