David Tennant has extended his appearance at the Kirkcaldy 2018 Festival Of Ideas with an appearance to introduce a special screening of his new movie You, Me And Him.
On Saturday 17th March David will appear at the Adam Smith Theatre to take part in a Q&A event hosted by his old friend Arabella Weir. The event sold out as soon as tickets went on general release, but the festival organisers have now given fans a second chance to see him.
David will be on stage to introduce a gala screening of You, Me And Him, the rom-com with a twist, co-starring Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay. The screening will take place as a separately ticketed event directly before the Q&A, and David will be joined on stage by his wife Georgia, who produced the film. Tickets cost £18.50 (£15 concessions) and includes a glass of fizz and strawberries.
UPDATE 8/2/19 Tickets are on sale now here!
You, Me And Him is a lesbian romantic comedy about a couple at different points in their lives, the film follows a high-powered lawyer Olivia (Lucy Punch) who is nearly 40 and wants to start a family. However her free-wheeling younger partner Alex (Faye Marsay) doesn't share her urgency. What happens next involves recently-divorced neighbour John (David Tennant) and creates a tangled web of consequences, and pregnancies. The film was written and directed by Daisy Aitkens and produced by Bad Penny Productions.