Q&A with Bill Nighy & Stephen Woolley

Friday 8 December 2017
Cambridge Union Society
Q&A with Bill Nighy & Stephen Woolley at the Cambridge Union.

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Join us for a 3pm screening of Bill Nighy's new film, The Limehouse Golem, followed by a Q&A at 5pm, at which we will also be joined by Stephen Woolley.

Bill Nighy is one of Britain's most celebrated actors. He famously played Billy Mack in Love Actually, Davy Jones in Pirates of the Caribbean, and Douglas Ainslie in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. He also recently starred in David Hare's The Worricker Trilogy of films, alongside Rachel Weisz and Judi Dench. Nighy is also an acclaimed stage performer, notably in National Theatre productions. He played Bernard Nightingale, an unscrupulous university don, in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia.

Stephen Woolley is an English film producer and director. He is best known for his work with director Neil Jordan, which has resulted in a number of critically acclaimed films, including the Oscar-winning The Crying Game.

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Screening: 3pm
Q&A: 5pm
Running times are approximate and subject to change. Please check back on the day of the event for up-to-date running times.