Al Pacino to perform one-man show at London Palladium
Friday 05 April 2013
Godfather star Al Pacino will appear in a one-man show at the London Palladium later this year.
The actor will appear in An Evening With Pacino on Sunday 2 June, talking about his career on the stage and screen and answering questions from the audience.
He said: "I am really looking forward to coming to London. I have always felt at home there. I consider it an honour to be appearing at the Palladium and I will be glad to be back on the boards in your great city."
Pacino's career has seen him star in some of the biggest films of the last 50 years including Serpico, Scarface, and The Godfather.
He has been nominated for eight Oscars and was named best actor in 1992 for his role in Scent Of A Woman.
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