How to sustain a career spanning stage, film and television...

Award-winning actress Greta Scacchi gave a masterclass on 'How to sustain a career spanning stage, film and television'. This session was held in the Theatre Royal Haymarket Stalls Bar.

About Greta

Greta Scacchi’s prolific career encompasses extensive theatre, film & television credits.

Her theatre work includes: The Entertainer at the Garrick, The Glass Menagerie for Headlong, Bette & Joan at the Arts Theatre, The Deep Blue Sea at Theatre Royal Bath & Vaudeville, Easy Virtue at Chichester and Uncle Vanya at the Vaudeville. Greta has also taken leading roles in many productions for Sydney’s prestigious Ensemble Theatre, including Miss Julie, Mary Stuart and Old Times.

Greta’s numerous films include: Waiting for the Barbarians, Operation Finale, The Falling, Brideshead Revisited, Beyond The Sea, Cotton Mary, Looking for Alibrandi, Serpent’s Kiss, Emma, Jefferson In Paris, Country Life, The Browning Version, The Player, Presumed Innocent, White Mischief, Defence of the Realm and Heat and Dust.

Television credits include: The Terror, Versailles, War and Peace, Hindenberg, Poirot, Miss Austen Regrets, Johnny Shakespeare, Miss Marple, Daniel Deronda, Macbeth and Rasputin, for which she won an Emmy and a Golden Globe nomination.