More fun from the rehearsal rooms of the National Theatre. The fact that he looks so teeny tiny next to John Lithgow makes me laugh a lot.
Well, I was bored. Have some Holby Blue tramp!Heff. And the Olivier Award for Saddest Eyes in the Whole of England goes to:
David Warner and Charles Kay as Edward II and Lightborn in Edward II. The clips are taken from the 1966 film The Deadly Affair, directed by Sidney Lumet, based on John le Carré’s novel Call for the Dead. Part of the film takes place during a performance of the Royal Shakespeare Company. None of the actors in the play are credited in the film.
Oh, you weak, beautiful people who give up with such grace. What you need is someone to take hold of you—gently, with love, and hand your life back to you, like something gold you let go of—and I can! I’m determined to do it—and nothing’s more determined than a cat on a tin roof—is there?
MY KINGDOM FOR AN ARENAPAL LOG-IN
Rory Kinnear - Olivier Awards 2014 (x)
I went to the first preview of James Graham’s new play Privacy at the Donmar Warehouse last week - a spoiler-free review, but possibly don’t read if you want to go in blind.
Rory Kinnear as Angelo in Almeida Theatre’s Measure for Measure (ph. Keith Pattison)