Tuesday 13 March 2012
'THE KING GLIDES FROM SCREEN TO STAGE WITHOUT A STUTTER' - THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
THE ORIGINAL PLAY THAT STARTED IT ALL
David Seidler's original play brings the audience face to face with Bertie, Duke Of York, as he is thrust onto the world stage as King George VI following his brother's abdication. With the Nazi threat looming and civil unrest at home, royal secrets explode around Bertie as he struggles to find his voice as King.
Charles Edwards gives an astonishing performance as the King who wrestles to overcome his debilitating speech impediment in time to broadcast to a nation on the brink of war. Jonathan Hyde excels as his maverick therapist Logue, making this unconventional friendship between Royal and Commoner both funny and affectingly authentic.
The King's Speech is captivatingly brought to life on stage by an outstanding cast, with a shared warmth and intimacy that can only be experienced in the theatre.
Wednesday 18 April 2012
Friday 17 February 2012