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Mark Gatiss joins line-up for Actors Centre event

The ”Sherlock” creator will discuss his career and offer behind the scenes insight

Mark Gatiss
Mark Gatiss
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Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss has joined the line-up for a series of events hosted by The Actors Centre.

The actor, whose stage credits include Coriolanus, The Boys in the Band and Three Days in the Country – for which he won an Olivier Award – will appear at the Tristan Bates Theatre on 22 February.

As previously announced, the Off the Record season of talks will also include Josie Walker and John McCrea (Everybody's Talking About Jamie) on 16 February, Jennifer Saunders and Samantha Spiro (Lady Windermere's Fan) on 2 March, and Simon Callow on 23 March.

Alongside his acting work, Gatiss is known as the co-creator of hit BBC series Sherlock and as part of the comedy troupe The League of Gentlemen.

All events run for an hour from 1pm at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London. The discussions will focus on career stories, processes and behind the scenes insight.

Tickets start at £20, with £15 reduced rate for Actors Centre members, and can be purchased from the Tristan Bates Theatre.