So, here we go. After three weeks of hard and rewarding work in rehearsal, I’m delighted to announce the near arrival of Into Thy Hands, the new play from Jericho House’s Jonathan Holmes (Katrina 2009). It is being staged at the stunning Wilton’s Music Hall in London (www.wiltons.org.uk) and I get to be in it – which is something I’m utterly delighted about. The brilliant cast is Zubin Varla, Jessica Murphy, Stephanie Langton, Helen Masters, Stephen Fewell and Nicholas Rowe. Fantastic. Stunning. Brilliant. I am never knowingly understated. Who could ask for anything more? Please come along if you can – tickets available here:
“In 1611 John Donne was at the restless centre of a changing world, in which a new Bible, a new science, and a decadent court tore at loyalties old and new. Juggling the demands of an increasingly whimsical King and the aftershocks of a colourful youth, Donne’s attempts to keep body and soul together become increasingly desperate. Into Thy Hands is a play about a man’s struggle with faith and faithfulness.”
If I haven’t spoken to you in a while, it’s probably because I’ve been rehearsing this! I hope this sounds like something you’d be interested in and if it is, I really look forward to seeing you after the show!