Hollywood superstar Joan Collins to appear at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds

Dame Joan Collins signs copies of her new book The St. Tropez Lonely Hearts Club at Selfridges in Lo

Dame Joan Collins signs copies of her new book The St. Tropez Lonely Hearts Club at Selfridges in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday November 3, 2015. See PA story SHOWBIZ Collins. Photo credit should read: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire - Credit: PA

British actress Joan Collins will bring a sparkle of Hollywood glamour to Bury St Edmunds in September as part of her much-anticipated Unscripted tour.

The Apex is one of just 12 venues across the UK chosen to host the award-winning star, who will share stories and secrets from her celebrated life and career with fans.

She said: “I so enjoyed my 10 years performing ‘One Night with Joan’ all over the world that I am delighted to be doing an entirely new show.

“Each performance will be different, so if you liked me in Salford come see me in Bury St Edmunds…and if you don’t then stay at home and watch ‘Corrie’.”

Dame Joan has appeared in more than 118 feature films and television shows. She delighted viewers for a decade in her role as scheming widow Alexis Carrington in Dynasty.

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“Joan Collins is a global icon and we are delighted to be able to present her brand-new one-woman show at theatres across the UK,” said Peter Taylor, of the actress’s promoters, Cuff and Taylor.

“Dame Joan is a true national treasure whose amazing career was born in the golden age of Hollywood and transcends the decades through her film, television and literary work.

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“As you can imagine Dame Joan has a pretty unique and engaging story to tell. Audiences are in for a special night where they will be regaled with stories from a bona fide British entertainment legend.”

On stage, Dame Joan has performed on Broadway, the West End, and has sold out national tours across the UK and North America.

Joan Collins Unscripted will be at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds, on Monday 19 September.

Tickets go on sale from £37.50 at 9am on Friday 12 February and are available from seetickets.com.

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