December 17, 2009 14:35

'Lord Of The Rings' actor Andy Serkis to join Blockheads on stage

Serkis, playing Ian Dury in forthcoming film, for London appearance

'Lord Of The Rings' actor Andy Serkis to join Blockheads on stage
Andy Serkis, who plays the late Ian Dury in forthcoming biopic 'Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll', is set to make an appearance onstage with The Blockheads tonight (December 17) at the London Electric Ballroom.

The actor, who previously played Gollum in The Lord Of The Rings trilogy, will perform 'Reasons To Be Cheerful Part Three' with Dury's old band.

'Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll' is released on January 9. Ray Winstone and Naomie Harris also feature in the film, which was directed by Mat Whitecross.

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