Some of the actors behind infamous characters from Mafia hit series The Sopranos will be coming to Leicester next month to chat to a public audience.
Anyone interested in getting the genuine story behind what critics viewed as a masterpiece series is invited to book a seat to In Conversation with The Sopranos, which will be held at De Montfort Hall on Wednesday, June 9.
Without precedent for the United Kingdom, Steven Schirripa (Bobby ‘Bacala’), Michael Imperioli (Christopher Moltisanti), and Vincent Pastore (‘Big Pussy’ Bonpensiero) will take guests behind the scenes of the incredible show – the accounts, the dramatizations, the snickers – as well as the incalculable speculations about the show’s disputable finale.
A family on-set and off, they will take a profound look into the connections framed during the show’s eight-year run, and the effect that their on-screen capo, James Gandolfini, had on their vocations and lives.
Hold onto your opportunity to ask anything you’ve for a long while been itching to think about the show, with a crowd of people Q and A.
We addressed various of students in Leicester that these acclaimed characters are facilitating an occasion who are energised and anxious to join in.
Reanne Richardson, who studies drama at De Montfort University, said: “Me and my friends are interested in going. I haven’t escaped my yard in a very long time due to this lockdown, I liked the movie and I’m an actor so I have questions on what showbusiness is like and how I can step my foot in it.”
If you are a fan of the show, or you’re interested in getting behind the scenes info, do not miss In Conversation with The Sopranos, which has been rescheduled from May 23 last year.
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