Further dates for Relative Values.
Theatre Royal, Brighton
Monday, 1 July to Saturday, 6 July, 2013.
Monday to Saturday 19:45
Thursday and Saturday Matinees 14:30
Tickets £15.00 to £42.50.
Monday, 8 July to Saturday, 13 July, 2013.
Monday to Saturday 19:30
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees 14:30
Tickets £15.00 to £42.50.
Steven Pacey begins rehearsals for a new production today! It is one of Noël Coward’s most successful comedies, Relative Values. The play is set in the early 1950s, and is an uproarious culture clash between the glittering world of Hollywood and the stiff upper lip of the English aristocracy.
Initially, the play will run at the Theatre Royal, Bath, from 12 – 29 June, 2013.
There is consternation at Marshwood House when the young Earl announces he is to marry a Hollywood film actress…but the family is well and truly flummoxed when it comes to light that the starlet’s sister is none other than Moxie, the Earl’s mother’s maid. In an attempt to cope with this deeply embarrassing situation, Moxie is dressed up in her ladyship’s cast-offs as the aristocratic family endeavours to pass her off as one of their own.
Relative Values will be directed by Trevor Nunn, and other cast includes: Patricia Hodge, Caroline Quentin and Rory Bremner.
Previews from: 12 June, 2003
Press Night: Wednesday, 19 June, 2013, 7pm
Booking: 12 – 29 June
Evenings: Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Thursday Matinees: 20, 27 June 2.30pm
Saturday Matinees: 15, 22, 29 June 2.30pm
Monday – Friday evenings and Saturday matinee:
£22.00 £27.50 £29.50 £32.50 £34.50
Saturday evenings: £24.50 £28.50 £30.50 £33.50 £36.50
Thurday matinees: £20.50 £26.00 £28.00 £32.00 £33.00
Here is an interview with Steven from TV Zone (Issue 28, 1992), entitled The Reluctant Sex Symbol. Note: there are lots of misspellings of Steven’s name. Click on the images to see a larger, readable page.
Following up on the announcement of February 11, 2013: Steven Pacey actually appeared in another episode of the popular science documentary series, Dark Matters: Twisted but True. It didn’t come to our attention because Steven is wrongly credited as ‘Stephen’ Pacey in the episode.
In Salvation by Starvation, Steven plays Dimitriy, in an episode about Nikolai Vavilov, a Russian botanist who slowly starved while protecting a precious seed bank from the Nazis during World War II.
is one of three stories in Series 3, Episode 2 (labelled Series 2, Episode 9 elsewhere), first broadcast on the US Discovery Network’s Science Channel last year (November 28, 2012).
The other two investigations in this 44 minute episode are: Unabomber, which discusses a psychological experiment that Ted Kaczynski (aka the Unabomber) underwent during his teenage years, and Get the Lead Out about leaded-gasoline poisonings.
For US viewers only, the single episode is available as a digital download or live streaming, or on Youtube. DVD copies are not currently available.
Steven Pacey reprises his role as Arthur, King of the Britons, in Spamalot, at the Playhouse Theatre until the end of April!
If you didn’t see Steven Pacey’s King Arthur during the regional tour, you mustn’t miss it this time! He had rave reviews in 2012.
1 – 27 April, 2013
Monday – Saturday at 8.00pm
Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm
Box Office: 0844 871 7631
Tickets from £20
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Pie in the Sky, Series 4, Episode 5, Breaking Bread, featuring Steven Pacey, will be re-broadcast on:
Saturday, 13 April, 2013
Steven Pacey will appear as character Stephen Paynter in an up-coming movie-length episode of Agatha Christie’s Poirot.
The episode (Series 13, Episode 2) has been adapted by Mark Gatiss and Ian Hallard, from Agatha Christie’s The Big Four, and, of course, David Suchet returns as Poirot. Steven completed filming during March, and described the process as “jolly good fun”.
Air date not released.
Foyle’s War, Series 7, Episode 3, The Hide, featuring Steven Pacey, will be re-broadcast on:
Saturday 23 March, 2013
Steven recently participated in a reading of the play, Gargarin Way, by acclaimed Scottish playwright Gregory Burke, as part of the Theatre Royal Haymarket’s Masterclass Series, in association with Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios.
Masterclass plays host to the biggest names in theatre and the Arts as they come to share their experiences of the industry and their careers in a regular series of inspiring talks and workshops for young people.
A series of three Scottish plays are being read on the set of Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios. Gargarin Way was the first.
The reading of Gargarin Way was on 13 March, 2013, and was directed by Edward Stambollouian (Associate Director of the current production of Macbeth) and starred Billy Boyd, Henry Pettigrew, Mark Bonnar and Steven Pacey.