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We’re ‘honoured’ to have Zoë on board
Zoë Wanamaker CBE has just agreed to become the Arts Centre’s Honorary Patron following her recent visit to open the exhibition, Philip Sutton: My Shakespeare.
Well known for her appearances in film and television series; such as Love Hurts, My Family, Harry Potter, My Week With Marilyn, Mr Selfridge, Agatha Christie’s Poirot and recently in Girlfriends.
Zoë Wanamaker CBE, said: “It was delightful to see Philip’s paintings in one room. His energy comes blazing through and it was great to visit Bridport Arts Centre. It is to be encouraged and celebrated”.
Curtis Fulcher, Bridport Arts Centre Director, said: “We are honoured and delighted that Zoë has agreed to be a patron of our Arts Centre. She is a pedigree actress and a wonderful person. During her recent visit to the Arts Centre she created a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere with her heartfelt speech for guests and supporters with fellow Honorary Patron, Philip Sutton”.
Zoë will join the list of Honorary Patrons at the Arts Centre which include Lord Tony Hall, Philip Sutton RA, Felicity Fairbain, Mrs Anthony Pitt-Rivers.