It was there, while performing on stage in the late Seventies that Grahame met Peter Turner, a younger actor who saw her through her final days after the former starlet refused treatment for cancer.It's her relationship with Turner, played by the terrific Jamie Bell, that constitutes the core of the film, based on Turner's 1986 memoir about his time with the actress in the Liverpool row house of his parents (Julie Walters and Kenneth Cranham).Our cheapest fares guaranteed are our lowest Advance fares available on East Midlands Trains services to London St Pancras International and between Liverpool and Norwich. And she’s at her very best in Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool playing Gloria Grahame, a screen siren of the 1940s and 1950s.Ticket machines: around the concourse, selling tickets for travel that day.The ticket office and machines are run by Greater Anglia.Grahame made her mark playing bad girls in such film noir classics as The Big Heat, Human Desire, Crossfire and In a Lonely Place with Humphrey Bogart; she won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in 1952's The Bad and the Beautiful.Rattled by scandal – she married her stepson Anthony Ray, who was 13 when their relationship began – the four-times divorced mother of four fled to England.
Cherished by children and adults alike, the concert is fast becoming an annual custom, providing the perfect winter outing for all the family.We’ll also give you an exclusive £1 off our lowest Advance fares – meaning you save £2 on every return journey. We’ve got some special discounts for our team travellers, perfect for planning that getaway with friends.*Savings based on Advance single tickets per person booked at uk.The cancer aspect of the story follows a traditional trajectory, which Scottish director Paul Mc Guigan and screenwriter Matt Greenhalgh seem unable to refresh.It’s the earlier section of the film that allows the performers to shine.