SOLD OUT: The Disaster Artist LIVE: An evening with The Room’s Greg Sestero – 17th October, Bristol Bierkeller

Bristol Bad Film Club is proud to announce a very special event with Greg Sestero to discuss his experiences making the cult ‘bad’ movie – The Room.

The Room

Greg Sestero is the co-star of cult film The Room and best-selling author of the ‘The Disaster Artist’, a memoir of his time as an aspiring actor in Hollywood, which led to his bizarre friendship with the mysterious and iconoclastic director of The Room, Tommy Wiseau.

Since its release, The Disaster Artist has garnered critical acclaim and commercial success with the book recently being released in the UK by Little Brown and also adapted into the film, The Masterpiece by director James Franco.

The film recently wrapped in March 2016 with brothers Dave and James Franco as Greg and Tommy, and a star-studded A-List ensemble cast featuring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Bryan Cranston, Sharon Stone, Bob Odenkirk, Hannibal Burress, Alison Brie, Zach Braff, Melanie Griffith, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver and many more and is set to be released in 2017.

This special multimedia event is your chance to see and hear Greg’s amazing experiences experiences first hand with a Disaster Artist reading and documentary footage, ask your questions as part of our special Q+A and have the chance to participate in a live reading of scenes from the original script of The Room – and much more!

Event Details:

    • A live reading from The Disaster Artist by Greg Sestero
    • Clips from The Disaster Artist documentary and footage from Greg’s career
    • A Q+A with Greg Sestero hosted by The Bristol Bad Film Club
    • Live script reading of scenes from the ORIGINAL script for The Room.
    • Competitions and giveaways

When: 8.00pm, Monday 17th October

Location: Bristol Bierkeller, All Saints’ Street, Bristol BS1 2NA

Tickets: £8


Reviews of The Disaster Artist:

“I laughed so hard reading The Disaster Artist that I cried” Rolling Stone

“Possibly the most important piece of literature ever printed” The Huffington Post

“The Disaster Artist is not only the terrifically engaging tale of a bad Hollywood movie, it’s one of the most honest books about friendship I’ve read in years” Los Angeles Times

“Finally, a hilarious, delusional, and weirdly inspirational explanation for the most deliciously awful movie ever made” Rob Lowe