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Cool Things: The Stories of Brian Doyle

Sunday, June 25th

at 7:00pm

Live at Zédel in London

20 Sherwood St, Soho, London W1F 7ED, UK

+44 20 7734 4888

Performances by:

HARRIET WALTER has many film TV and radio credits but her most recent stage appearance was as Linda Loman in the RSC production of Death of a Salesman at the Noel Coward theatre. Earlier this year she co-starred with her husband Guy Paul in Boa at the Trafalgar Studios. For the Donmar Theatre’s all-female Shakespeare seasons she played Brutus in Julius Caesar and the title role in Henry IV which she will reprise at St Anne’s Warehouse in Brooklyn NY this winter. With the RSC over the years she has played most of Shakespeare’s heroines from Viola and Beatrice to Lady Macbeth. She won the Olivier Award for her roles in Twelfth Night and Three Sisters and the Evening Standard Award and a Tony nomination for her Elizabeth I in Mary Stuart (Donmar, West End,Broadway)

GUY PAUL has been in films such as The Fifth Estate and Hyde Park on Hudson and the upcoming Fantastical Beasts and Where to Find Them.  He’s also known for his amazing stage performances on Broadway, performing in everything from Twelve Angry Men to Private Lives, The King and I to Mary Stuart. After their marriage in 2011, Paul and Walter have collaborated in an artist partnership most recently in Boa (Trafalgar Studios) and Death of a Salesman (Noel Coward Theatre) They are currently filming The Sense of an Ending from the Julian Barnes novel.

DAVID LEMPRIERE-LAUGHTON is a world renowned and highly sought after solo and collaborative pianist who currently maintains a successful career across Europe, the USA and Australia. He has been a 3MBS FM Performer of the Year Award and has been one of the top ten finalist of the Cincinnati World Piano Competition, among many other accolades.

Produced and Directed by Cedering Fox

Produced by Cedering Fox & Kirsty Peart

*Due to the ever-shifting nature of actor’s schedules, cast is subject to change without notice