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PERFECT STRANGERS REUNITED
TOBY STEPHENS, pictured left, and Outnumbered’s Claire Skinner are to star in the West End revival of A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg. The bitter-sweet comedy by Peter Nichols, about a couple bringing up a disabled child, opens at Trafalgar Studios in London on September 21.
Toby and Claire last worked together 18 years ago on BBC drama Perfect Strangers.
■ Go to atgtickets.com/ trafalgarstudios for ticket details.
PADDY AND KEITH TO HIT CINEMAS
COMEDY duo Paddy McGuinness and Keith Lemon, inset, are to launch their first live cinema experience following the success of their ITV series.
MovieFest will see them hosting a series of exclusive events this month, with outdoor cinema screenings of the 1980s classic Dirty Dancing. Each screening will also involve a special twist with Paddy and Keith returning to the stage for a surprise finale and post-screening party.
Paddy says: “This summer it’s all about the Time Of Your Life at MovieFest. Let the Dirty see the Dancing!”
■ Go to moviefestlive.com for further information.
THE MAN WHO MADE STARS SPARKLE
ROBERT LINDSAY is to star in the UK tour of Prism about the true story of Jack Cardiff – the photographer who made Hollywood’s greatest divas look their most beautiful.
Written and directed by multi-award winning Terry Johnson, the cast also includes Tara Fitzgerald and the production opens at Birmingham Rep on October 3 ahead of a nationwide tour. Go to hampsteadtheatre.com