See stars of Downton Abbey in two very different performances
STARS of Downton Abbey are set to descend on Bristol in two musical events.
Fans of the hit ITV drama won't have to wait until the Christmas special to get their next fix of life at the great country estate.
As series three draws to a close Brendan Coyle, who plays Mr Bates, and Elizabeth McGovern, who plays Lady Grantham, both pictured, are set to appear at St George's Bristol in two very different shows.
Later this month, on November 23, Mr Coyle takes on the role of composer Claude Debussy for an evening of words and music, celebrating the life and loves of the great musician. Accompanied by acclaimed pianist Lucy Parham, Mr Coyle recounts Debussy's entangled love affairs, occasional brushes with death and other real-life dramas that inspired the composer's music, itself providing the live soundtrack to the show.
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Next year, on February 10, American actress Elizabeth McGovern will replace the fineries of her Downton wardrobe for something far more "rock chick" as she brings her band Sadie and the Hotheads to Bristol.
Described intriguingly as beautiful, lyrical, gorgeous, honest, and unpretentious, McGovern's unique soaring voice, teamed up with the Hotheads – the multifaceted Nelson Brothers, and an array of world-class musicians – will appeal to every fan of live music.
Tickets for both shows are on sale now at the box office of the Great George Street venue and also on its website – www.stgeorgesbristol.co.uk.