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He was the Queen's guest at Buckingham Palace in her 1977 Silver Jubilee Year to receive the Territorial Decoration, awarded for long service.When he retired, he decided to work as a guide at York Minster.And instead of skeletons in the closet of the Dominion cinema, the former Forth 1 DJ discovered a treasure trove of cinematography memorabilia perfect to set the scene of his festival show, Double Feature – a comedic cinematic caper by Phil Differ.“I think Edinburgh should take great pride in the fact it has a cinema like the Dominion,” said Mr Stott.“When I tell people that we’ve been working with them, the mere mention of the Dominion and people’s faces light up – there’s a genuine delight in what they offer, a unique cinema experience.“There is something special about going to a family-run business venture like the Dominion, especially seeing how they have moved with the times.”Nearly 80 years since it first opened, the cinema has welcomed stars from across the decades, including cinema royalty such as Cary Grant, Ewan Mc Gregor, Alan Rickman, George Clooney, Dame Judi Dench and Sigourney Weaver.While she won the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in the 1998 film Shakespeare in Love.Their most recent collaborations include Philomena in 2013 as well as the delayed Tulip Fever.The Oscar nominee has said she was inspired to pursue an acting career act while watching the pair perform in the school play when they were younger.
In a 2014 interview with the Mail on Sunday, Judi said: 'My eldest brother Peter is always trying to persuade me of the joys of retirement, but that plays no part in any of my future plans.' Judi's other brother Jeffery Dench, a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company for five decades, died aged 86 in March 2014.She made the cheeky news public during her appearance at the 2014 BAFTA Los Angeles Awards.At the ceremony the star revealed a famous person told her early on in her career that she could never make it in films because her face 'just isn't properly arranged'.Designed by Thomas Bowhill Gibson, the B-listed building has been passed down through the family, now in its fourth generation, with Lesley Cameron taking the director’s chair.And she is delighted to have helped set the scene for their Fringe show. Grant and Andy are an Edinburgh institution in themselves, performing in the panto every year – they’re so loved, and sharing this experience with them has been very exciting.”An outing to the cosy home-like screens is etched in the memories of many locals and it is that nostalgic leap into viewers’ movie memories that Grant and Andy hope to capture in their Fringe show.