The production is set to begin performances at the Garrick Theatre from the 25th November.

(c)Marc Brenner

Rehearsal images have now been released for Michael Grandage’s upcoming production of Orlando, which begins performances next month. It has been adapted from Virginia Woolf’s novel by Neil Bartlett.

Orlando tells a story like no other. Born in the reign of Elizabeth 1st, its hero-heroine journeys through five centuries and a myriad of encounters in search of the answer to just one question; how do any of us find the courage to truly be ourselves?

(c)Marc Brenner

The cast is led by Emma Corrin in the title role and they are joined by Deborah Findlay (Mrs Grimsditch), Jessica Alade (Virginia, Drunken Tory), Debra Baker (Virginia, Favilla, The Captain), Akuc Bol (Virginia, Euphrosyne, Prue), Lucy Briers (Virginia, Queen Elizabeth, Officer), Richard Cant (Virginia, Harriet, Kitty), Melissa Lowe (Virginia, Drunken Tory), Jodie McNee (Virginia, Marmaduke), Oliver Wickham (Virginia, Clorinda), and Millicent Wong (Virginia, Sasha, Nell). 

(c)Marc Brenner

Neil Bartlett’s theatrical adaptations, translations and  plays have been staged by the National Theatre (Berenice, The Game of Love and Chance, In Extremis and Or You Could Kiss Me, his collaboration with Handspring Theatre Company, the creators of Warhorse), theRSC ( The Dispute, The Prince of Homburg), the Abbey in Dublin ( The Picture of Dorian Gray), the Royal Exchange, Manchester (Everybody Loves A Winner, Twenty-Four Hours of Peace), Bristol Old Vic (Great Expectations)and the Lyric Hammersmith (Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol)

Meanwhile, Emma Corrin returns to the West End following their Olivier Award nominated performance in Anna X (Harold Pinter Theatre). They are also known for their performances in the award-winning The Crown -for which they won a Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award, as well as receiving a SAG and Emmy nomination. Emma will go on to star in the upcoming films My Policeman and Lady Chatterley’s Lover and limited-series Retreat.

(c)Marc Brenner

Meanwhile, the creative team behind the production also includes: Set and Costume Design: Peter McKintosh; Lighting Design: Howard Hudson; Composer and Sound Designer: Alex Baranowski;Movement: Ben Wright; Associate Director: Anna Girvan and Casting: Jacob Sparrow.

To book tickets click here.


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