Hollywood baddie Steven Berkoff to appear in Tonbridge
By kentsussex | Tuesday, September 11, 2012, 16:19
An Audience with STEVEN BERKOFF will be held at the EM Forster Theatre, Tonbridge School, on Wednesday 3rd October, from 7.30pm.
Steven Berkoff will be in Tonbridge
Tickets: £15, £12 concessions.
Iconic actor, director and writer Steven Berkoff takes to the stage to talk about his astonishing career.
His work on stage, film and TV combines the artistic, esoteric and popular.
Born in the heart of London's East End in 1937, he studied drama in London and Paris before launching a career that quickly established a reputation as a startlingly radical writer, performer and director.
Powerful original plays and striking adaptations of works by Shakespeare, Kafka and others have earned him the respect of the theatre world as well as many awards.
However he is probably best known to the public as one of Hollywood's favourite baddies having starred in movies like A Clockwork Orange, Beverley Hills Cop and Rambo.
As an author he has published a variety of books and is also a highly regarded poet and travel writer.