We use cookies to track usage and preferences. See Cookie Policy
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
US
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
Christmas Presents

ipad ipad
Title Cover Preview Sardines Preview
ipad ipad
Digital subscriptions are available across all devices and include the latest issue and all regular issues released during your subscription. Your chosen terms will automatically renew unless auto-renew is cancelled in your subscription area 24 hours before the end of the current subscription.

Sardines Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 4 issues per year Whatever you call it – ‘amateur’, ‘non-paid’, ‘non-professional’, ‘community theatre’ or just plain old ‘am-dram’ – if you are connected or interested in amateur theatre in ANY capacity then Sardines is absolutely the magazine for you.

Available version

Sardines Online Magazine Sardines Magazine Cover Sardines Magazine page Sardines Online Magazine Sardines Magazine Cover Sardines Online Magazine Sardines Magazine Cover
Digital Edition
SAVE 25%

Select your version

Single Issue - Issue no.31
$2.99
Annual Digital Subscription
Only $ 2.25 per issue
SAVE
25%
$8.99
Please note that the calculations are for illustration purposes only. Savings are calculated on the comparable purchase of single issues over the subscription period and can vary from advertised amounts. Complete your collection savings are based on the RRP of the latest issue.

Pocketmags currently accepts the following methods of payment:
Payment Options
Issue Cover

Sardines  |  Issue no.31  


Multi-award-winning actor and director, Sir Derek Jacobi, talks to Sardines Editor, Paul Johnson, and long-time friend, Pat Jones, about his 58-year career in Theatre, Film and Television.
Don't miss this opportunity to read about the man who never attended drama school but has gone on to become one of our best-loved and most successful actors ever.

On his career:
"I was very lucky; I've been dogged by good luck all my career."

On his early days at the National Theatre:
"There was a frightful director called John Dexter in the early days of the National Theatre. It was the very first production of The Royal Hunt of the Sun and during the dress rehearsal he fired the boy who had one of the smallest parts, the role of the Head Man who I think is only in one scene. It wasn't that he was bad; there were no reasons. But it was a terrible moment for that actor. And then we fast forward years later and that boy is a movie star, and is having tea in New York. And John Dexter walks in. And there sits Michael York… who cuts John's balls off!"

About Sir Ian McKellen, 'Vicious' and his bucket list:
"We were taken out to dinner by the writer who said 'I've got these two characters, which one do you want to play?' And Ian immediately said 'I'm the actor!'"
"I'd love to do a big franchise movie so I could earn lots of money. Ian's got money coming out of his ears!"

On 'A Bunch of Amateurs':
"I loved making that film and we all had such fun. There were some great actors in the film, although we had problems with HIM. The rest of us, of course, were all company actors; some were pretty well known but company actors nonetheless. So we 'loved him up' and one day he turned on us all; and that was horrible!"
Whatever you call it – ‘amateur’, ‘non-paid’, ‘non-professional’, ‘community theatre’ or just plain old ‘am-dram’ – if you are connected or interested in amateur theatre in ANY capacity then Sardines is absolutely the magazine for you.
Stylishly modern, colourful and contemporary, Sardines is the no.1 quarterly magazine for the UK’s amateur sector (that’s over 2 million people in the UK).
However, don’t feel you need to live in the UK to enjoy Sardines; most of our content is of international appeal.
Sardines publishes features, articles and interviews with world-famous actors & performers (e.g. Michael Crawford, Sir Ian McKellen, Michael Ball), internationally renown composers & playwrights (Michael Frayn, Ray Cooney, Andrew Lloyd Webber), information and advice from some of the world’s top drama schools, publications and organisations (The Stage, Mountview, GSA, ArtsEd etc.), new releases available to the amateur market (Samuel French, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Josef Weinberger etc.) as well as a plethora of backstage & technical advice from worldwide industry experts.
“And why are you called ‘Sardines’?” you cry… just Google “funniest farce ever written” and you will find the answer. Then, should your interest be aroused may we suggest downloading the FREE sample edition from this app where you will find – among other delights – our interview with playwright, Michael Frayn.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Sardines magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
Your purchase here at Pocketmags.com can be read on any of the following platforms.

You can read here on the website or download the app for your platform, just remember to login with your Pocketmags username and password.


Our magazine apps run on all iPad and iPhone devices running iOS 7.0 or above, Android should be: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or above , Kindle Fire (Gen 3) or above, Windows 8 tablets, Windows 8.1 Phones, and PC and Macs with a html5 compatible browser.

However for iOS we recommend an iPad 2 (2nd gen)/iPhone 3 or better for performance and stability. Earlier models with lower processor and RAM specifications may experience slower page rendering and occasional app crashes which are outside of our control.
N/A
0 Customer Reviews
There are currently no reviews for this title
Login and be the first to write a review
Issue Cover

Sardines   |   Issue no.31   


Multi-award-winning actor and director, Sir Derek Jacobi, talks to Sardines Editor, Paul Johnson, and long-time friend, Pat Jones, about his 58-year career in Theatre, Film and Television.
Don't miss this opportunity to read about the man who never attended drama school but has gone on to become one of our best-loved and most successful actors ever.

On his career:
"I was very lucky; I've been dogged by good luck all my career."

On his early days at the National Theatre:
"There was a frightful director called John Dexter in the early days of the National Theatre. It was the very first production of The Royal Hunt of the Sun and during the dress rehearsal he fired the boy who had one of the smallest parts, the role of the Head Man who I think is only in one scene. It wasn't that he was bad; there were no reasons. But it was a terrible moment for that actor. And then we fast forward years later and that boy is a movie star, and is having tea in New York. And John Dexter walks in. And there sits Michael York… who cuts John's balls off!"

About Sir Ian McKellen, 'Vicious' and his bucket list:
"We were taken out to dinner by the writer who said 'I've got these two characters, which one do you want to play?' And Ian immediately said 'I'm the actor!'"
"I'd love to do a big franchise movie so I could earn lots of money. Ian's got money coming out of his ears!"

On 'A Bunch of Amateurs':
"I loved making that film and we all had such fun. There were some great actors in the film, although we had problems with HIM. The rest of us, of course, were all company actors; some were pretty well known but company actors nonetheless. So we 'loved him up' and one day he turned on us all; and that was horrible!"
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Sardines magazine print subscription.
Shipping Information

Shipping is included in the price for all subscriptions, single issues, bookazines and merchandise products on Pocketmags. The prices you see are the prices you pay, we do not add additional shipping costs during the checkout. We deliver to the United Kingdom, Europe, United States of America and the Rest of the World.

Shipping Times

All prices for magazine and some newspaper subscriptions listed on Pocketmags include free delivery.

The deliveries are handled by each of our publishing partners. The great thing about a subscription is that in most cases you will receive the issue before it goes on sale in the shops!

Your subscription is most likely to start with the next available issue. The delivery date is determined by the date that you placed your order and the print date of the next available issue.

If you are concerned about a delivery, please contact the publisher of your subscription directly. Alternatively, you can contact us and we will provide you with the details for the publisher.

  For weekly publications please allow up to two to four weeks for your first delivery.
  For monthly publications please allow up to four to six weeks for your first delivery, although some publishers may have longer lead times.
  For bi-monthly publications please allow up to six to eight weeks for your first delivery.
  For international delivery and Magazine from Abroad please allow up to ten to twelve weeks for your first delivery.

Ways to Pay Pocketmags Payment Types
At Pocketmags you get Secure Billing Great Offers HTML Reader Gifting options Loyalty Points