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Filming Photos – Jemma Redgrave – “Barnes’ People”

Original Theatre Online have released a series of “filming” photos from “Barnes’ People” which will be able to stream online from 18 February 2021. More details regarding streaming can be found at Original Theatre Online. The photos below are in the gallery and are courtesy of Original Theatre Online and Broadwayworld.com:

Gallery Link: Theatre/Barnes People/Filming Photos

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Original Theatre Online Monologues – Barnes People – Starring Jemma Redgrave


Jemma Redgrave is to star in Original Theatre Online’s series of monologues – “Barnes’ People”. Matthew Kelly, Adrian Scarborough and Jon Culshaw will also be performing monologues.

These will be online from 18 February 2021 and there are a number of booking options:

Early Bird – £20 – Book by 16 Feb. Watch anytime, as many times as you like 18 Feb – 31 July 2021. Available worldwide.

Supporter Package – £40 – Book by 11 Feb. Includes digital programme and supporter credit on the final films. Available worldwide.

Premium Package – £100 – Book by 11 Feb. Includes signed script by a creative team member of your choice, digital programme and supporter credit on the final films.

Alternatively, you can purchase just Jemma’s monologue – £7.50 or £10 (with programme). Here is the link for Jemma’s monologue: Original Theatre – Jemma Redgrave

You can book and find more details at: Original Theatre Online

Categories Appearances

Photos – Jemma Redgrave – Collectormania 24 – 3 June 2017 – Birmingham

A batch of photos of Jemma Redgrave attending Collectormania 24 on 3 June 2017 in Birmingham have been uploaded to the gallery. They are odd sizes because I have cut myself out! Enjoy!

Here’s a preview:

Gallery Link: Appearances/2017/3rd June – Collectormania 24 – Birmingham

 

Categories Audio Dramas & Radio

Audio Archive Updated – “Todtnauberg” – 2006

The Audio Archive has been updated again – this time with the 2006 Radio Drama “Todtnauberg”.

“Todtnauberg” is a fictional drama inspired by the meeting between the poet and holocaust survivor, Paul Celan, with the Nazi philosopher Martin Heidegger, at Heidegger’s mountain retreat in 1967. Jemma plays Hannah Arendt.

Categories Audio Dramas & Radio

Audio Archive Updated – Issues Resolved

As you know, we recently lost various audios from the Audio Archive. However – thanks to a lovely friend – most of these have now been reuploaded – with a few new ones. The following are now available in the Audio Archive:

Little Women – 1992
The Dorabella Variation – 2003
Afternoon Play – My Lovely Man – 2009
The Great Game – 2010
Possession – 2011
Verdi 200: Verdi – Conflict and Liberty – 2013
Looking for Billy – The Price of Oil – 2015

Thanks for your patience!

Categories Audio Dramas & Radio

Audio Archive Update – Radio York – “Hansard” Interview

A small update to the Audio Archive today.

The Radio York interview with Jemma and Simon Slater about “Hansard” has been uploaded.

We are working at getting the dropbox links all working again – and are aware that some of the google drive ones have dropped out.

Please bear with us!

Categories Theatre

Jemma Redgrave – Rehearsed Reading of “Hansard” at Scarborough Theatre

(UPDATE: Please note the performance date has changed to Monday 19 October 2020 at 7.30pm)

Jemma Redgrave and Simon Slater are to present a rehearsed reading of “Hansard” at Scarborough’s Steven Joseph Theatre.

The reading will take place in the Round at 7.30pm on Monday 19 October 2020. The synopsis of the play is:

It’s a summer’s morning in 1988 and Tory politician Robin Hesketh has returned home to the idyllic Cotswold house he shares with his wife of 30 years, Diana. But all is not as blissful as it seems. Diana has a stinking hangover, a fox is destroying the garden, and secrets are being dug up all over the place. As the day draws on, what starts as gentle ribbing and the familiar rhythms of marital sparring quickly turns to blood-sport.

Paul Robinson, Artistic Director at the SJT, says: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have attracted two actors of the stature of Jemma and Simon to bring a reading of Simon Woods’ brutally funny, but ultimately moving, political satire to the SJT.”

Tickets for Hansard are priced from £10. Booking opens at 10am on Friday 2 October – due to social distancing restrictions, numbers are extremely limited for this one-off event. Please visit the website: sjt.uk.com/whatson or call the Box Office on 01723 370541 (currently open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 11am to 4pm, for both phone calls and in-person bookings).