Popular actor and writer Warwick Davis will make an appearance at the Guildhall Arts Centre on September 18.
Author of Size Matters Not and star of many major productions including Harry Potter, Star Wars and Life’s too Short, Warwick will give a fascinating and humorous insight into his life and career.
Warwick is not only an accomplished actor but also runs his own theatre company, production company, and even has his own phone app called Pocket Warwick.
Proceeds will go to St Barnabas Grantham Hospice and Little People UK.
One of Warwick’s earliest acting roles was as an Ewok in Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi. He later had roles in Willow with Val Kilmer and in Leprechaun, a comedy horror series of films.
Warwick, who was born in Epsom in 1970, took on several roles in the Harry Potter movies including Filius Flitwick. He has become a familiar face on TV in comedy series including Extras, with Ricky Gervais, who also wrote the series Life’s Too Short for Warwick.
The diminutive actor, who was born with a bone growth disorder, also successfully starred in the third series of An Idiot Abroad, accompanying Karl Pilkington on the route taken by Marco Polo.
Tickets for An Audience with Warwick Davis cost £15 and are available from the box office on 01476 406158 or at www.guildhallartscentre.com.