Andrew Scott is a much-acclaimed Irish actor, who has starred in a diverse array of projects across film, TV and theatre. Andrew has starred in a vast number of successful feature films. Recent work includes Denial, starring alongside Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall; Spectre from the James Bond franchise; Alice Through the Looking Glass with Johnny Depp, Ken Loaches Jimmy’s Hall, as well as his acclaimed role in hit British film Pride for which he received the British Independent Film Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
His forthcoming films include The Delinquent Season with Cillian Murphy and Steel Country, his first American independent film. He is perhaps best known on television for his role as Moriarty in the international hit series Sherlock, for which he was awarded the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actor. Other television credits include The Hollow Crown, The Town,
The Hour, John Adams and Band of Brothers. Andrew is also a celebrated stage actor with roles in notable productions such as Cock and A Girl in a Car with a Man at the Royal Court, both for which he received an Olivier Award. Most recently, he was nominated for the Olivier Award, the Evening Standard Award and won the Critics Circle Award for his acclaimed performance as Hamlet at the Almeida and its subsequent transfer to the West End.
The masterclass will be moderated by Maureen Hughes – Maureen trained as an artistic assistant under Garry Hynes at Druid Theatre Company in the ’80s and went on in 1992 to work in the Abbey Theatre for two-and-a-half years as Head of Casting. She moved into Film & TV working with Susie Figgis on casting The Butcher Boy and subsequently went out on her own to cast several major screen productions, including the Oscar®-winning films Six Shooter and Once, and recent Award Winning RTE productions Love-Hate, Charlie, Clean Break, and Rebellion. Film Credits include: Agnes Browne, Borstal Boy, Disco Pigs, Noble and This Must Be the Place.
Andrew’s latest film, Steel Country, will screen on Friday 13th July at 9pm. Click here for tickets.
The masterclass costs €25 and will take place on Saturday 14th July from 9am – 12pm in the Galmont Hotel, Galway (Formerly Radisson).
To apply for a place, contact Emma by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 1p.m. Friday 13th July 2018.