- — Drama@UoB (@BirminghamDrama)Wed, Nov 06 2013 12:52:29See last RT for a look at Tartuffe @BirminghamRep starring Mark Williams- who is coming to speak to us next Wednesday! Only 28 tickets left!
- — Joe White (@MojoeWhite)Wed, Nov 06 2013 23:48:51
- — Christa Harris (@christaharris_)Wed, Nov 06 2013 23:44:06Well, Tartuffe at the @BirminghamRep was great! Loved the translation, the cast, set and production as a whole! Very funny! Go see!
- — Drama@UoB (@BirminghamDrama)Thu, Nov 07 2013 21:54:57Drama students-25 places left to attend the talk with actor Mark Williams at GCH Wed. Tix on general release from tomorrow- so book tonight!
- — Drama@UoB (@BirminghamDrama)Fri, Nov 08 2013 11:30:23Few tix left for 'Mark Williams in Conversation' on Wed You MUST be a UoB student-1 per person. Password: DTATARTUFFE t.co/DkqxgWFhWx
- — *:･notorious pic*:･ﾟ (@phoebe__indigo)Mon, Nov 11 2013 15:46:27Finally booked my tickets to see Mark Williams on wednesday, thank you for the reminder @BirminghamDrama!
- — Drama@UoB (@BirminghamDrama)Tue, Nov 12 2013 20:12:57Looking forward to the talk with Mark Williams tomorrow? Must resist asking if he wants to see our collection of plugs & batteries #muggles
- — Hannah Fretwell (@hannahfretz)Wed, Nov 13 2013 17:53:39
- — Smarp (@SmarpNews)Wed, Nov 13 2013 18:59:44
Mark Williams In Conversation
Mark Williams, who played Arthur Weasley in the Harry Potter movies, the eponymus cleric in the BBC's award winning series Father Brown and the title role in Birmingham REP's current production of Tartuffe came along today to have a chat with our Professor Jackson (and just a few students!)