PRIVATE LIVES: Lockdown With Emma Thompson & Robert Lindsay!
This Sunday 13 September at 7-8pm, join the wonderful EMMA THOMPSON and ROBERT LINDSAY for a live table read (via Zoom) of Private Lives, Noël Coward's classic, sparkling comedy of manners, followed by a Q&A with the cast and director.
Emma and Robert will be joined by Emilia Clarke and Sanjeev Bhaskar for the live reading, which will be directed by Jonathan Church and produced by Lockdown Theatre, in association with the Royal Theatrical Fund.
This is a unique opportunity to take part in a one-night-only, once-in-a-lifetime, never-to-be-repeated event. A peek behind the curtain of the theatrical process, in the company of national treasures! Lockdown's first production earlier this year - A Bit of Waiting for Godot - sold out entirely, thanks to theatre-lovers all around the globe, raising over £35,000 for the RTF.
Private Lives premiered at the new Phoenix Theatre in the West End in 1930, with Gertrude Lawrence and Laurence Oliver starring alongside Coward himself. It has been revived ever since in London and on Broadway, and over the years has garnered dozens of theatrical honours, including three Oliver awards and four Tonys.
Tickets are £35 and, due to the unique nature of the event, they are strictly limited! Quick - get your tickets here and don't miss what is sure to be a fantastic evening for a very worthy cause.