Special event Adults, Young people

Harryhausen Virtual Exhibition Experience LIVE #4 Jeremy Dyson and Mark Gatiss

Online (Virtual Exhibition Experience)
  • Wednesday 26 January 2022, 6-7pm


The last of our four exclusive live-streamed interactive events in which Hollywood insiders and celebrity super-fans delve into the magical world of Ray Harryhausen.

In this event, the writers Jeremy Dyson and Mark Gatiss will reveal their passion for ‘the godfather of stop-motion animation’. They will talk about some of their favourite Harryhausen films, and explain his influence upon their own careers.

Both Jeremy and Mark were mesmerised by Harryhausen’s iconic animated scenes during their childhoods. So much so that, throughout their careers, they have acknowledged Harryhausen as a major influence on their approach to film-making. A notable example of this is the stop-motion sequence in The League of Gentlemen Apocalypse feature film.

This event will be chaired by writer and podcaster, Becky Darke.

To take part in this event, all you need to do is to subscribe to the Harryhausen Virtual Exhibition Experience, a specially-curated online exhibition featuring a wealth of exclusive videos, virtual exhibits and more! Subscription to the experience costs £10 - no further charge is required to take part in any of the events. The Virtual Exhibition Experience will remain online until 20 February 2022.


Image © Matt Crockett


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Event accessibility

  • Captioned

Unfortunately there will not be captioning during the live-streamed event. However, a captioned video of the event will be made available through the Virtual Experience during the following week.

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