Joan Collins Unscripted will see audiences enthralled and titillated as Dame Joan reveals some of the exciting stories and secrets from her life long career. This ageless beauty, with dry wit and a wry, knowing smile, became a household name during the 80s on the long-running US soap ‘Dynasty’. Ms Collins will present an intimate first person narrative of a behind the scenes tell all on her life, loves and Hollywood, delivered with her usual healthy cynicism and fun outlook.
As an author and actress, Joan’s own delightful tales can easily compete with the most salacious of storylines. Her show will include an audience question and answer session. This show provides fans with a once in a lifetime opportunity to spend an entertaining and unforgettable evening in the company of a true legend of stage and screen.
Originally RADA trained, British born Dame Joan first appeared on the big screen in 1950s Hollywood, where her classical stage training prepared her for some major movie roles. In the late 70s she appeared as a sexy siren in ‘The Bitch’ and ‘The Stud’, written by her award winning novelist sister, the late Jackie Collins. Moving from big screen to TV in the early 80s, Joan joined the cast of ‘Dynasty’ with a lead role in the show, which earned her a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame and a Golden Globe Award. In 2015 Collins was made a Dame. In the years that have followed Joan has toured her ‘Audience With’ shows, returned to stage and screen, including playing the fictitious Queen Mother in the E! Spoof soap ‘The Royals’. She is the patron of numerous charitable activities including campaigns for Unicef and has her own ‘Timeless Beauty‘ cosmetics range. 2018 will see Dame Joan join the cast of ‘American Horror Story’.
See Dame Joan Collins’ official website for information about tickets. You can see Dame Joan Collins at the following dates:
7 Sept The Assembly Hall Worthing
8 Sept Palace Theatre Southend
9 Sept Adelphi Theatre London
11 Sept City Hall Salisbury
13 Sept The Anvil Basingstoke
15 Sept Opera House Buxton
16 Sept Tyne Theatre Newcastle
18 Sept Floral Pavillion New Brighton
19 Sept Grand Opera House York
21 Sept Gaiety Theatre Isle Of Man
no venues in Birmingham