Edinburgh Fringe 2001
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George Dillon
WINNER: The Herald ‘Angel’ Award  •’s ‘Best Actor’
& The Stage ‘Best Actor’ nominee for ‘Graft’ @ Edinburgh 2000...
in Graft
    Tales of an Actor
by   Steven Berkoff
Harry is a dedicated artist, often out of work, rejected and desperate to practise his craft. In Graft - Tales of an Actor, Steven Berkoff, world-renowned actor, director, playwright and author, draws his breath in pain to tell Harry’s story, from auditioning at the local Town Hall for a drama school grant, through occasional working highs and low encounters with agents and directors to his final exit at Leicester Square Tube.
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"Brutal, compassionate, brilliant. Examines the actor’s soul with a precision that is acutely painful and appallingly funny." - Richard E. Grant

George Dillon's Vital Theatre
Winner: The Herald ‘Angel’ Award for ‘Graft’ @ Edinburgh Fringe 2000...
‘Graft - Tales of an Actor’
by Steven Berkoff

A funny, moving and award-winning performance exposing the sick heart of the acting profession
4, 6, 9-11, 13, 14, 20, 22, 24 & 25th August
5.55-7.25pm, Hill Street Theatre, EDINBURGH

Box Office: 0131 226 6522 (from 3rd Aug)
Fringe Box Office: 0131 226 0000
Tickets: 4 & 6th: £4 (£2 Concs) 9-25th: £8 (£5 Concs)
George Dillon, gives an award-winning performance in this frequently hilarious, ultimately devastating staging of Steven Berkoff’s short stories of the life of an ever-struggling actor. Premiered in Edinburgh last year, Graft - Tales of an Actor is a must-see show for anyone interested in the craft and/or the business of acting. Dillon is a veteran of 11 Edinburgh Festivals and 12 productions of Berkoff material, including 3 with Berkoff and 4 world premieres of Berkoff's writing staged by Dillon.
A promo CD-Rom is available (on request) containing QuickTime™ (.mov) video extracts, high resolution .tif and .jpg images (suitable for publication) and pages of reviews, biogs etc. in .html and Acrobat ( .pdf) formats.
Contact: George Dillon
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