A Conversation With John Travolta Presented Feb. 16 in London
16 Feb 2014
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A Conversation With John Travolta is offered at London's The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Feb. 16.
The onstage interview is conducted by noted film critic Barry Norman. Show time is 6 PM.
Travolta, who was catapulted to international stardom in the blockbuster "Saturday Night Fever," press notes state, "will treat the audience to an intimate evening of anecdotes about his illustrious career, private insights from his life as one of the world’s most admired screen idols as well as taking part in a special question and answer session with audience members."
A Conversation with John Travolta is produced by Really Useful Theatres Group, Rocco Buonvino & Joe Ricotta.
Last month, Buonvino and Ricotta produced the acclaimed An Audience with Sylvester Stallone at the London Palladium. In June 2013 Buonvino presented An Evening with Al Pacino at the London Palladium.
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is located on Catherine Street. For tickets, priced £30-£350, visit theatreroyaldrurylane.co.uk or call 0844 412 4660.
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