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Tim McInnerny: Talitha Arts New Patron

Updated: Oct 6, 2020

Actor Tim McInnerny, our new patron, on Talitha Arts - "it does change lives"

Talitha is thrilled to announce our newest patron, actor Tim McInnerny. Tim has starred in numerous stage and screen productions, including Blackadder and Notting Hill, and has graced the stage in lead roles at the National Theatre and with the RSC. We are delighted that he has agreed to become Talitha Arts’ first patron, not least as he believes passionately in the healing and restorative powers of the Creative Arts.

Tim is “delighted and honoured to be asked to be a Patron of this extraordinary organisation, Talitha Arts”

Tim wants as many people who have experienced trauma to benefit from the transformative and restorative workshops that Talitha offers using the Creative Arts. He adds: “Please support [Talitha] in any way you can - it does change people's lives.”

Tim joins us as Talitha’s patron ahead of Talitha’s 10th Anniversary Theatre, Film, & TV Auction (October 12th-30th), featuring autographed memorabilia from Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Fleabag, Downton Abbey and Harry Potter, among many more. Tim has endorsed what promises to be an amazing collection of fan favourites, but he has also contributed some incredible auction lots from the movie, Notting Hill, in which he played a major role alongside Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.

Tim has played leading roles at the National Theatre and The RSC as well as starring in What The Butler Saw and The Rocky Horror Show in The West End and playing Iago in Othello at Shakespeare's Globe.

TV work has ranged from Blackadder to award-winning dramas such as Edge Of Darkness, A Very British Coup, Line Of Beauty and National Treasure.

Film work includes: Wetherby, Richard III, 102 Dalmatians, The Emperor's New Clothes, Severance, Casanova, Spooks - The Greater Good, Eddie The Eagle, Peterloo and Sometimes Always Never.

Most recent work was The Windermere Children and The Trial Of Christine Keeler. He will next be seen in the BBC thriller, The Serpent.

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