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An Afternoon with Sir Patrick Stewart (virtual event)

October 15 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm

An Afternoon with Sir Patrick Stewart discussing his memoir, “Making It So.”

*** US Orders only. We only ship to addresses in the US

Join us for a virtual Live Talks Los Angeles event:

Sunday, October 15, 2023, 3pm PT/6pm ET

An Evening with Sir Patrick Stewart

discussing his memoir, “Making It So”

* interviewer to be announced

TICKETS:

    • $50 Ticket: Virtual Admission + copy of the book
    • Ticket includes opportunity to watch the event on video-on-demand for five days, thru October20 at midnight.
    • Books ship one week after the event.

    The long-awaited memoir from iconic, beloved actor and living legend Sir Patrick Stewart!

    Sir Patrick Stewart is a distinguished stage and screen actor whose illustrious career spans six decades. A classically trained theater artist who got his start at England’s Royal Shakespeare Company, Stewart’s legendary performances have garnered him three Olivier Awards, Emmy and Tony Award nominations, and a Grammy Award, among countless honors. His beloved screen work, known to audiences worldwide, includes his iconic portrayals of Star Trek’s Jean-Luc Picard and X-Men’s Professor Charles Xavier. Follow him on social media at @SirPatStew. 

    From his acclaimed stage triumphs to his legendary onscreen work in the Star Trek and X-Men franchises, Sir Patrick Stewart has captivated audiences around the world and across multiple generations with his indelible command of stage and screen. Now, he presents his long-awaited memoir,Making It So, a revealing portrait of an artist whose astonishing life—from his humble beginnings in Yorkshire, England, to the heights of Hollywood and worldwide acclaim—proves a story as exuberant, definitive, and enduring as the author himself.

    Photo credit: Mark Seliger

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