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    Harriet Walter Is 'Immaculate' In Boa At Trafalgar Studios 2

    Harriet Walter, Guy Paul, in Boa at Trafalgar Studios 2, a new play by Clara Brennan. Directed by Hannah Price.

    A unique opportunity to see one of Britain’s greatest actresses in one of London’s most intimate spaces.

    Coming straight off enormous critical acclaim as Henry IV Harriet Walter and her husband, American actor Guy Paul, perform together for the first time in London in a new play by award-winning writer Clara Brennan. Running for a strictly limited 5 weeks, in front of only 98 people per night, Boa is an acerbic, warm and honest account of a husband and wife whose relationship spans thirty years of love, laughter, addiction, and warfare.

    Boa at Trafalgar Studios 2 reviews:

    ★★★★
    "Catch it while you can”
    The Telegraph

    ★★★★
    “Harriet Walter is immaculate”
    What’s on Stage

    "You won’t see two more ferociously focused actors at work, close up, anywhere on the London stage.” Libby Purves. 
      
    'Sometimes her arm around your shoulders felt like a feather boa, and sometimes it felt like a big old snake squeezing the life out of you. I liked it.'
    One transatlantic marriage. Three continents. Two wars. Book your Boa tickets now!



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