Sheen rose to fame in films including Platoon and Wall Street. Among Hollywood's brightest movie stars in the 1980s, he branched out into writing and producing and went on to dominate the small screen as the highest paid actor on television. But it his volatile behaviour, as emblazoned in headlines all around the world, that has made Sheen infamous. Last year he admitted to being HIV positive and the tidal wave of publicity and public interest almost broke the internet.
This summer, for one night only, Sheen will take to the stage in a rare public appearance to discuss his career in a live interview with journalist-turned-tv-personality Piers Morgan. Such celebrity appearances are a reliable and regular cash cow for West End theatres. And the pleasure of Charlie Sheen's company will set you back as much as £130. But if ever there's a star who will cut through the hollow self-promotion to give fans a candid insight, it's Sheen. And you can bet that he has enough fans who are willing to pay through the nose to hear what he has to say.
|What||Charlie Sheen on the West End|
|Where||Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Catherine Street, London , WC2B 5JF | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Leicester Square (underground)|
On 19 Jun 16, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
|Price||£29.00 - £130|
|Website||Click here to book via Culture Whisper and Seetickets|