The Crown: Deconstructing the Coronation

The Crown: Deconstructing the Coronation

The Crown
Tuesday, 14 March, 2017
7pm for 7.30pm

Location

Ham Yard Hotel
1 Ham Yard
London
W1D 7DT
United Kingdom
RTS Futures
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Early Evening

The eagerly awaited television series The Crown opened to glowing reviews. It was described as “a magnificent achievement”, a “stately success” and “a costume drama done right”.

The lavish ten-part Netflix series became another outstanding triumph for writer Peter Morgan and a distinguished team . Critics noted a “startling attention to detail in everything from costumes to sets” and thought it hard to see how it could be better.

The show set out to tell the inside story of the most famous addresses in the world, Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street, and it did just that, exploring the intrigues, love lives and machinations of post-war Britain.

This event, The Crown: Deconstructing the Coronation has brought together a star-studded panel with the director, production designer, executive producers and cast members to reveal how they created a brilliantly original and intimate saga about the Royal Family.

Packed with clips and insider anecdotes, this will be a memorable event for those in the industry and the show’s many fans.

Speakers: 
Martin Childs, Production Designer
Alex Jennings, Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor
Suzanne Mackie, Executive Producer
Philip Martin, Director and Executive Producer
Peter Morgan, Writer and Executive Producer
Chaired by Andrew Billen, Journalist and Television Critic, The Times
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Location Details

1 Ham Yard
London
W1D 7DT
United Kingdom

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The eagerly awaited television series The Crown opened to glowing reviews. It was described as “a magnificent achievement”, a “stately success” and “a costume drama done right”.