The Disaster Artist: A Night Inside The Room with Greg Sestero
September 30, 2016
Our friends at the Five and Dime Picture Show are proud to present a very special final event with our very special guest, Greg Sestero in attendance.
Greg is the co-star of cult film The Room and best-selling author of the ‘The Disaster Artist’, a memoir of his time as an aspiring actor in Hollywood, leading to his bizarre friendship with the mysterious and iconoclastic director of The Room, Tommy Wiseau.
The Disaster Artist garnered critical acclaim and commercial success with the book recently being released in the UK by Little Brown and also adapted into the film, The Masterpiece by director James Franco. The film wrapped in March 2016 with brothers Dave and James Franco as Greg and Tommy, and a star-studded A-List ensemble cast featuring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Bryan Cranston, Sharon Stone, Bob Odenkirk, Hannibal Burress, Alison Brie, Zach Braff, Melanie Griffith, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver and many more.
This special multimedia event is your chance to see and hear Greg’s amazing experiences experiences first hand with a Disaster Artist reading and documentary footage, ask your questions as part of our special Q+A and have the chance to participate in a live reading of scenes from the original script of The Room – and much more!
If that’s not enough, all our profits from this event will go to local cancer charity, Cavendish Cancer Care, with the kind assistance of Sheffield Hallam University.
- A live reading from The Disaster Artist by Greg Sestero
- Exclusive video footage on a newly installed 212 inch screen.
- From Disasterpiece to Masterpiece: A Q+A with Greg Sestero hosted by The Five and Dime Picture Show.
- Live script reading of scenes from the ORIGINAL script for The Room.
- Competitions and giveaways.
- More TBC.
Friday September 30th 2016, 7pm.
Charles Street Lecture Theatre,
Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield City Centre.
Tickets £8 + booking fee. All profits to Cavendish Cancer Care and are available HERE
We would again like to thank Greg Sestero for allowing profits from this event to go to our chosen charity, Cavendish Cancer Care.