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Steve Coogan meets fans at Duke of York's to promote new film
3:30pm Friday 9th August 2013 in News
Alpha Papa Steve Coogan entertained the audience at the Duke of York’s.
Coogan, who lives in Ovingdean, took part in a question-and-answer session at the Brighton cinema to promote his new film, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.
He was joined by film director Declan Lowney.
Partly filmed in Norwich, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa tells the story of sacked DJ Pat who hosts a siege at radio station North Norfolk Digital.
In the film, police send Alan as the hostage negotiator.
A Duke of York’s spokesman said: “He did a Q&A for about 45 minutes.
It was packed to the rafters. People were queuing to get in.
“He signed our big stand as Alan Partridge.
“There were a lot of questions.
Everybody wanted to talk to him… everyone is crazy about Alan. Steve, I should say.”
Read Dominic Smith’s review of Alpha Papa on p35 of today’s The Guide in the Argus.
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