Julie Walters in conversation with Fiona Lindsay
Digital Theatre+'s Theatre Lives series, exploring and excavating the careers, craft, and practices of the great and the good of British Theatre, continues this week with BAFTA Fellowship recipient, Julie Walters.

In this personal and provocative hour-long conversation, Julie explains how it is possible to be an insecure person but a confident performer, and how she learned from her brothers that acting and teaching are fundamentally similar disciplines. 

Julie discusses inheriting her ‘funny bones’ from her parents, the belief that comedic instinct cannot be taught, and how all character development begins with the voice.