Reprising Relative Values

Patricia Hodge, Caroline Quentin and Rory Bremner star in Trevor Nunn’s production of Relative Values, which arrives in the West End following a successful run at the Theatre Royal Bath.

Steven Pacey confirmed on the weekend that he will reprise his role as Peter, the countess’ nephew, in the production!

Relative Values - Times

Harold Pinter Theatre
Panton Street
London

Previews from: 19 March, 2014
Opening Night: 14 April, 2014
Closing Night: 21 June, 2014

Show Times:
Monday to Saturday 19:30
Matinees Thursday and Saturday 14:30

Tickets £20 to £55
Available from the usual agents



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Guilt

Steven Pacey reads, Guilt, the fourth heart-stopping Department Q novel from Jussi Adler-Olsen. Scheduled to be released 27 February, 2014.

Guilt

1987. Nete Rosen thought she’d put her traumatic youth behind her. Her caring foster parents and loving husband helped her start again. However, when a man from her past reappears one night, Nete’s new life could be shattered. But she won’t be drawn back into that nightmare – she won’t be a victim again…

2010. Detective Carl M’rck from Copenhagen’s cold case division is looking into the disappearance of Rita Nielsen, an escort agency owner. The investigation reveals that Rita is only one piece of the puzzle. Because this is not a one-off incident – but part of a disturbing pattern which has been hidden from prying eyes for over twenty years…

Publisher’s Summary

Mercy
Disgrace
Redemption
Guilt

Guilt is available for Pre-Order now.


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You Will Never Find Me

Steven Pacey reads the next in Robert Wilson‘s Charles Boxer mysteries, You Will Never Find Me. Due to be released 13 February 2014.

You Will Never Find Me

Charlie Boxer messed up his family life. First the army, then the police, then high-stakes kidnap and recovery, his ex-wife and daughter learnt to live without him as his work took him places no man can come back from unscarred. Trying to rebuild a relationship with Amy, his teenage daughter, hasn’t been easy. But Charlie only realises just how wrong things have gone when he finds her empty room and a note: You will never find me.

Having spent years working to track down kidnap victims, Charlie knows that sometimes, the missing don’t want to be found. And he knows the hell it brings for families – the vanished are neither dead or alive, but simply gone. Worse still, Charlie Boxer knows how quickly a life can fall apart once you’re living under the radar. For Charlie, danger has finally come to his front door and to crack the hardest case he’s ever worked, it’s time to face up to the true meaning of the sins of the father.

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King Lear at BAM

King Lear premiered at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) on 7 January. No reviews yet.

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Steven Pacey in King Lear
Photo: Johan Persson


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Poirot Repeat in UK

Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Series 13, Episode 2: The Big Four, featuring Steven Pacey, will be re-broadcast for UK viewers on:

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ITV3
Friday
10 January, 2014
8:00pm

This episode will appear on ITV Player for 30 days following the broadcast.


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Seasons Greetings!

Best wishes for the season, from stevenpacey.com! To celebrate, here’s some old Storyteller Christmas songs, featuring Steven Pacey.





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The Best Book in the World

Steven Pacey “brings his acclaimed versatility to an unforgettable cast of characters in this sharp satire on the world of writing and publishing” in The Best Book in the World by Swedish comic novelist, Peter Stjernström.

The Best Book in the World

Titus Jensen is waiting for his big break, but he’s middle aged, has a fondness for alcohol, and no one takes him seriously.
He makes ends meet by giving public readings from obscure books at festivals. He can’t help thinking there has to be more to life for an author of his quality…
Eddie X is cool, hip, a hit with the ladies, and loves being the centre of attention. A radical poet and regular on the festival circuit, he can’t help thinking there has to be more to life for a talented, good-looking man like himself…
One night the unlikely pair get drunk and hatch a plan. To get worldwide recognition they should write the best book in the world – a book so amazing that it will end up on all the bestseller lists in every category: thriller, self-help, cookery, business, dieting…
But there is only room for one such amazing book; Titus and Eddie X are not willing to share the limelight, so who will win the race?

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Last Chichester Reviews

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Professional Reviews

DATE SOURCE REVIEWER STAR RATING
15 November, 2013 Daily Mail Patrick Marmion ****
15 November, 2013 Express Neil Norman ****
17 November, 2013 The Observer Susannah Clapp not rated

King Lear R5

Amateur Reviews

DATE SOURCE REVIEWER STAR RATING
10 November, 2013 The Other Bridge Project Poly Gianniba not rated
28 November, 2013 Bedales Academic & Curriculum Rufus Rock not rated
28 November, 2013 There Ought To Be Clowns BLOG not rated


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Foyle’s War Repeat

Steven Pacey as Michael Harrison in Foyle's War: The Hide

Foyle’s War, Series 7, episode 3, The Hide, featuring Steven Pacey, will be re-broadcast for UK viewers on:

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ITV 3
Saturday
16 November, 2013
8:00pm


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King Lear Reviews

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Professional Reviews

“Among the supporting cast Denis Conway’s moving Gloucester, Harry Melling’s touching, Stan Laurel-like Fool and Steven Pacey’s deeply humane and engaging Kent shine particularly brightly in this lucid and often tremendous production.”

Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

“There’s also excellent support from Denis Conway’s Gloucester and Steven Pacey’s Kent.”

Maxwell Cooter, What’s On Stage
DATE SOURCE REVIEWER STAR RATING
10 November, 2013 The Telegraph Charles Spencer ****
11 November, 2013 The Guardian Michael Billington ****
11 November, 2013 The Times (only by subscription) Dominic Maxwell ****
11 November, 2013 The Portsmouth News Jennie Rawling not rated
11 November, 2013 The Stage Gerald Berkowitz not rated
11 November, 2013 What’s On Stage Maxwell Cooter ****
11 November, 2013 Buckingham Advertiser Anne Cox not rated
11 November, 2013 Financial Times Ian Shuttleworth ***
11 November, 2013 The Evening Standard Fiona Mountwood ****
11 November, 2013 The Argus Dominic Smith not rated

Amateur Reviews

DATE SOURCE REVIEWER STAR RATING
4 November, 2013 The Edge Natalie Fordham not rated
9 November, 2013 Peter Viney’s BLOG Peter Viney not rated
4 November, 2013 The Edge not rated


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