Michael Douglas to give glimpse of his career in theatre chat with Jonathan Ross

Actor Michael Douglas will share the secrets of his 40-year career at a one-off evening in conversation with Jonathan Ross.

An Evening With Michael Douglas promises fans an “up close and personal” interview with the Wall Street star, sharing on-screen and backstage tales as well as a Q&A with the audience.

The Fatal Attraction actor said: “I’m so looking forward to being in London at the renowned Drury Lane Theatre with a chance not only to share my stories but also answer questions from my British fans.”

Tickets cost £35 to £75, but for an additional £250 fans can purchase an “exclusive photo opportunity” with the actor.

Film buff Jonathan will cover his career from Academy Award-winning One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest through to recent roles including his Golden Globe-winning turn as Liberace in Behind The Candelabra.

Michael is married to Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones and shares two children with her, Dylan and Carys, plus son Cameron from a previous marriage.

The evening is on Sunday October 30 with tickets going on sale on September 1 at www.rutlive.co.uk

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