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College of Humanities - ‘Creative Dialogues’ Series - FULLY BOOKED - Join us on Facebook live from 7pm

An Alumni and supporters event
Date22 January 2018
Time19:00 to 20:30
PlaceAlumni Auditorium

‘Creative Dialogues’ is a series of ‘in-conversation’ events, which brings a range of high-profile speakers who are leaders in their respective fields, from across the creative arts, journalism and the creative industries to Exeter.


We are delighted to announce that you can now join the event on Facebook Live from 7pm Monday 22 January. We will be live streaming the whole event from the University of Exeter Facebook page.


The inaugural event launches in January 2018 with the actor, Charles Dance OBE in conversation with Don Boyd, film director, producer, screenwriter and novelist and Honorary Professor in Film Practice at the University of Exeter.

Charles Dance OBE - Biography
In some thirty-five years as an actor Charles Dance has amassed an impressive body of work in all media. On the stage Charles has played title roles with the RSC and completed major work in London’s commercial theatre, including GOOD, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT with Jessica Lange, and SHADOWLANDS, for which he received the London Critic’s Circle Award for Best Actor. Charles is soon to appear in the BBC’s new five part adaptation of THE WOMAN IN WHITE. Past television highlights have been a BAFTA nomination for Best Actor in THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN and BLEAK HOUSE for which he received an International Emmy nomination and won the Press Guild Award for Best Actor. More recently, Charles starred as Tywin Lannister in HBO’s record-breaking GAME OF THRONES. Charles’ recent film credits include THE IMITATION GAME, WOMAN IN GOLD, DRACULA UNTOLD, FRANKENSTEIN, CHILD 44, ME BEFORE YOU, GHOSTBUSTERS, UNDERWORLD V, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES and THAT GOOD NIGHT. Charles will soon be seen in EUPHORIA alongside Alicia Vikander and Eva Green and FANNY LYE DELIVER’D with Maxine Peake, GODZILLA 2, JOHNNY ENGLISH 3 and THE BOOK OF VISION opposite Sverrir Gudnason. Past major films include PLENTY, WHITE MISCHIEF, GOOD MORNING BABYLON, STARTER FOR TEN, GOSFORD PARK and KABLOONAK for which he received the best actor award at the Paris Film Festival in 1996. His debut as a film director and writer was LADIES IN LAVENDER, with Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, for which both were nominated for European Film Academy Awards.

How to Book
This event is now fully booked but you can join the waiting list online here. Attendance is free of charge. 

For any enquiries regarding the event, please email eventenquiries@exeter.ac.uk

ProviderAlumni and supporters

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