Lindsay duncan was excellent, i really enjoyed watching her. I wasnt too keen on Jeremys character, a bit of a bumbling older man, not like his usual role at all but he played it well.
A passionate child rolling in the dust with her ugly dog; a girl driving oxen; a woman....Did anything else matter?
The play was Noel Cowards Hay Fever. Lindsay Duncan and Jeremy Northan were the other leads actors. It was very well acted and i enjoyed most of it though im not a great fan of farce! I was sitting on a window ledge or at least that is what it felt like, so was very high up. Some of the funniest moments seemed to be based on awkward silences and facial expressions so of course i couldnt see what the audience was laughing at. That got a bit tedious...
Kevin was excellent and looked quite at home playing posh!
Yes, that is a really nice picture! Thanks for sharing.
It's a lovely photo of Drake - well done for approaching him Char. He looks a really nice person (Of course. Would we expect any less from Drake?)
What a pity. To break the ice next time you go to see another of the original actors performing, how about taking a copy of Poldark along then afterwards asking him or her if they would sign it ? Should be an opportunity to chat then I would have thought though make sure you're always last in the queue !
"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.
I really wish i had said how much i liked his performance as Drake but i was too nervous! He was very approachable though and had i had chance , i would spoken to him again. Apparantly another woman asked him if he had been in a sitcom in the seventies! He said , no sitcoms but he had been in poldark. I didnt hear this as i would have definitely spoken up then...
Great pic ! Did you have time for a quick reminisce.... ?
Saw Kevin Mcnally in a play yesterday in london and got a picture with him!
Tide was nearly full. Mist lay in a grey scarf along the line of the cliffs. .. and they walked home hand in hand through the slanting shadows of the new darkness.
Kevin McNally - Drake Carnehttp://uk-tv-guide.com/celebrity/Kevin+McNally/7904/
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