Victoria on Masterpiece Preview Screening

Get your first look at this new series January 6 at Delta College.

Join us for a special preview screening of the new Masterpiece series Victoria Friday, Jan. 6 in the Delta College Lecture Theater. The series stars Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who, Death Comes to Pemberely) as Queen Victoria.

In the first episode, the newly crowned queen struggles with plots to manipulate her and a crisis in Parliament brought on by her friendship with the prime minister.

Doors open at 6:30 pm with tea and refreshments before a special presentation by Delta College faculty. The screening starts at 7:30. This event is free and open to the public. The screening has open seating; no reservations are needed.

"Victoria" is a coproduction of Mammoth Screen and Masterpiece. Masterpiece funding is provided by Viking River Cruises, Farmers Insurance, and the Masterpiece Trust.

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