In Person: BAFTA in Scotland Interview with Robert Carlyle

  • 90 mins

UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO ILL HEALTH ROBERT CARLYLE HAS HAD
TO CANCEL THIS IN PERSON EVENT.

YOUR TICKET CAN BE EXCHANGED FOR THE JIM BROADBENT OR 
ELLIOTT GOULD IN PERSON EVENTS, (SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY).
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO EXCHANGE YOUR TICKETS, OR REQUIRE A REFUND,
PLEASE CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE (AT 88 LOTHIAN ROAD OR ON 0131 623 8030)
AND ASK FOR THE DUTY MANAGER.

WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

EIFF in partnership with Bafta Scotland presents a rare opportunity to hear EIFF patron Robert Carlyle in conversation. With a multitude of impressive roles, including his seminal performance as the hot-headed Begbie in Trainspotting, his award-winning turn as Gaz in The Full Monty, and his memorable portrait of Renard, the psychotic terrorist in The World Is Not Enough, Robert Carlyle has proved himself to be one of the most gifted actors of his generation. His seemingly endless range and his ability to literally inhabit his characters have enabled him to excel on our TV and cinema screens since the early 90s.

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  • #1 Jacque Marshall / Monday 18 June, 2012 / 05:45 GMT

    Any plans to record the interview and put it on the internet for those of us not in the UK?
  • #2 Bruce Laing / Wednesday 20 June, 2012 / 14:58 GMT

    This is disappointing to read, I had gotten a ticket on day one.
  • #3 Jacque Marshall / Thursday 21 June, 2012 / 08:21 GMT

    Wishing Mr. Carlyle a quick recovery!

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