Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company Release Sexy Season Trailer

A Winter's Tale with Judi Dench

With the imminent arrival of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company in the West End, we are thrilled to bring you what we consider to be one of the sexiest theatre company season trailers ever! This amazing short trailer is primarily aimed at the cinema going audience for the live broadcasts of the plays in the innaugural season of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company but it’s got us excited. First up is Judi Dench in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. This production is practically now SOLD OUT. There are some tickets still available as part of theatre breaks though. Rehearsals are also well underway for Harlequinade and On Her Own which will feature the wonderful Zoe Wannamaker in this unique Rattigan double bill. For up to date ticketing links please keep an eye on our Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company page. We will ensure that links to suppliers with good seats remains updated. … Read more

First Look At The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company

The cast of Harlequinade being presented by The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company starring Zoe Wannamaker

This is the first publicity image released from the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company for their first production the never-before seen Rattigan double bill of Harlequinade and All On Her Own. Harlequinade and All On Her Own will play in repertory with A Winter’s Tale from 17 October 2015 at the Garrick Theatre, London. In the rarely seen comic gem Harlequinade, a classical theatre company attempts to produce The Winter’s Tale and Romeo and Juliet, while the intrigues and dalliances of the company members are accidently revealed with increasingly chaotic and hysterical consequences. Kenneth Branagh will play Harlequinade’s actor-manager Arthur Gosport in addition to co-directing the production with Rob Ashford. The full cast for Harlequinade includes: Jaygann Ayeh (Second Halberdier), Tom Bateman (Jack Wakefield), Kenneth Branagh (Arthur Gosport), Jessie Buckley (Muriel Palmer), Vera Chok (Miss Fishlock), Jack Colgrave Hirst (Tom Palmer), John Dagleish (Policeman), Hadley Fraser (First Halberdier), Ansu Kabia (Johnny), … Read more

Hamsptead Theatre Annouces Start Of 2015 Season

Zoe Wannamaker as Stevie at Hampstead Theatre

Hampstead Theatre has announced the first two plays on its main stage for 2015. Following a sellout run Downstairs last year, Hampstead Theatre is proud to bring Hello/Goodbye, Peter Souter’s chic comedy, directed by Tamara Harvey to the Main Stage. Starring Shaun Evans and Miranda Raison, Hello/Goodbye is a modern metropolitan guide to falling in (and out of) love. It’s a new year and Juliet, young, smart, and sassy, has got herself a fresh start in a new flat. But amidst the boxes, there’s a strange guy and he is also moving in. He says her agency has messed up and her flat is actually his flat – and he’s not leaving. And the real problem is that, well, he’s rather gorgeous… Hello/Goodbye will run from 21 January – 29 February 2015. Hello/Goodbye will be followed by Zoe Wannamakers return to Hampstead to reprise her acclaimed role as poet Stevie … Read more

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