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November 2nd, 2021     No Comments     Author: Staff

The Seagull with Emilia Clarke has announced new plans for its West End run.

The piece, adapted from Chekhov by Anya Reiss, had to close in previews last March but is now back for a full run. It follows a group of characters, all based at an isolated house in the country, that console each other as their dreams fall apart.

The piece will star Emilia Clarke (Nina), Tom Rhys Harries (Trigorin), Daniel Monks (Konstantin), Indira Varma (Arkadina) and Sophie Wu (Masha), with Katie Buchholz, Tina Harris and Joseph Langdon. Further cast to be announced.

The show opens at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 6 July, with previews from 29 June, running until 10 September 2022.

Jamie Lloyd directs, with design by Soutra Gilmour, lighting design by Jackie Shemesh, composition and sound design by George Dennis, projection design by Duncan McLean, associate direction by Jonathan Glew, casting direction by Stuart Burt, costume supervision by Anna Josephs and props supervision by Fahmida Bakht.

The news comes as Cyrano de Bergerac also confirms a return to UK stages. Lloyd said today, “It is incredibly exciting to confirm the return of these productions and, most importantly, the continuation of our access ticket schemes, with 12,000 £15 seats across the productions and 5000 totally free tickets, which will enable people with limited access to the theatre to experience our work — an important commitment as our industry builds back.

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May 29th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

Clarke is set to star in The Seagull prior to Chastain in A Doll’s House, both at London’s Playhouse Theatre.

Two popular leading ladies—and Broadway alums—will have to wait a bit longer for their West End debuts. The Jamie Lloyd Company productions of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, starring Emilia Clarke (Breakfast at Tiffany’s), and Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, starring Jessica Chastain (The Heiress), have been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Anya Reiss’ adaptation of Chekhov’s play will return when the season reopens at the Playhouse Theatre in London, while Frank McGuinness’s adaptation of Ibsen’s drama is still being scheduled at the same venue with a full cast to be announced.

As previously announced, The Seagull stars Clarke as Nina alongside Danny Ashok, Robert Glenister, Tom Rhys Harries, Daniel Monks, Tamzin Outhwaite, Patrick Robinson, Seun Shote, Indira Varma as Arkadina, and Sophie Wu as Masha.

The Seagull features set and costume design by Soutra Gilmour, lighting design by Jackie Shemesh, sound design by George Dennis, costume supervision by Anna Josephs, props supervision by Fahmida Bakht, associate direction by Jonathan Glew, associate design by Rachel Wingate, and Stuart Burt as casting director. [Source]

March 18th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

Performances of Emilia Clarke’s play The Seagull have been suspended as London theatres shut their doors in a bid to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

Following advice from Prime Minister Boris Johnson about mass gatherings, the West End has decided to postpone their performances.

The Game Of Thrones star made her West End debut in the play on 11 March, with performances scheduled to run until 30 May.

As theatre-goers arrived at the venue, a sign on the doors of The Playhouse read: ‘Due to the ongoing public health crisis with COVID-19, Today’s performance of The Seagull at the Playhouse Theatre has been cancelled. Please contact your point of sale from 10am tomorrow to enquire about refunds and exchanges, none will be issued at this time.

‘We thank you for your support and understanding at this challenging time. Playhouse Theatre Management.’

A statement on the official Twitter page announced that no further performances will take place for the foreseeable future.

The message from Mark Cornell, Group CEO at Ambassador Theatre Group read: ‘We understand that this decision comes as a disappointment, and a massive inconvenience for those of you already on the way to a venue this evening, but ultimately we all want the same thing: the health and safety of our communities, and we believe this is the correct decision to make.’

He added that they are ‘consulting with industry bodies’ as to what will happen ‘in the immediate future’.

The Society of London, which represents the West End, and UK Theatre also followed suit.

Their statement read: ‘We regret to announce that from this evening (including tonight’s performances) SOLT and UK Theatre venues have closed in light of official government advice.

‘They will remain closed until further notice and will re-open when possible, following government recommendations.

‘Your box office/retailer from whom you bought your tickets will be in contact with regards to refunds and exchanges. Please bear with us in these unprecedented times.’ [Source]

March 13th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

Yesterday, “The Seagull” took place at the Playhouse theatre in London. I have added some new photos of Emilia on stage. Go to the gallery and enjoy! Can’t wait to see her on stage!

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March 11th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

She’s a global star looking to open a post-dragon chapter in her career. He’s a little-known Australian actor who stunned critics with his UK stage debut. Together, they’re tackling Chekhov

‘Oh my GOD,’ roars Emilia Clarke in faux horror, after I tell her I’ve never watched ‘Game of Thrones’.

‘I should say I haven’t seen “Game of Thrones” either,’ ventures Daniel Monks, who’s co-starring with her in super-director Jamie Lloyd’s new production of Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’.

‘I’m SURROUNDED!’ bellows the erstwhile dragon queen. ‘You’ve not even seen my FUCKING SHOW!’

‘But,’ interjects Monks, ‘I have seen every episode of Jonathan Van Ness’s “Gay of Thrones” [a video series in which the “Queer Eye” star recaps each episode of the fantasy show]. I know everything!’

‘It’s fine,’ Clarke sighs. ‘None of my friends have seen all of it either.’

‘She’s very good in this play and I’m sure she’s very good in “Game of Thrones”,’ affirms Monks.

The pair are clearly getting on like a house on fire – allies in what is a West End debut for both of them. But it’s astonishing what different journeys they’ve taken to be here, in the London Bridge rehearsal room of super-director Jamie Lloyd, preparing to play Nina and Konstantin, the damaged couple at the heart of Chekhov’s classic play ‘The Seagull’.

You probably know who Emilia Clarke is. Fresh out of drama school, she was snapped up to play Daenerys Targaryen in “Game of Thrones”, a role that swallowed the next decade of her life and made the motormouthed, swear-happy Brit a global superstar. If she hadn’t got that gig, she thinks she’d probably have ‘gone on to do six plays in theatres above a pub’.

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February 25th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

The first pictures of Emilia Clarke in rehearsals for her West End debut as Nina in Chekhov’s The Seagull have been released. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

She is one of a number of stars appearing in director Jamie Lloyd’s production at the Playhouse Theatre in March. Indira Varma, Tamzin Outhwaite and Robert Glenister are also among the cast.

The Seagull will run at the Playhouse Theatre from March 11-May 30.

January 8th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

The general on sale for the most recently announced show in the Jamie Lloyd Company Playhouse Theatre season has begun! Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke is all set to make her West End debut in Anya Reiss’ adaptation of Anton Chekov’s classic The Seagull. The Mother of Dragons will be taking to the stage from 11 March to 30 May and you definitely will not want to miss it.

The Seagull tickets with Emilia Clarke

You won’t want to miss your chance to snag The Seagull tickets in London for 8 weeks only starting in March 2020. Anya Reiss’ reimagining of the classic Chekhov text pulls this story of ambition, love, loneliness and fame into the 21st century.

Nina is a young woman desperately looking for a way out. Fame and fortune wouldn’t be amiss, either. We meet a young man who spends his days fruitlessly longing for his ideal woman. A successful writer is ultimately unfulfilled and yearning for a sense of true accomplishment. There is an actress desperate to halt the inevitable change she can see around her.

An isolated countryside home sees dreams in pieces, hopes shattered and hearts in pieces. When this disparate cast of characters have nowhere else to turn, maybe all that’s left is to turn on one another.

The Seagull in theatre with Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke rose to fame for her portrayal of Khalessi Daenerys Targaryen on the breakaway HBO hit series Game of Thrones. The actress has gone on the star in numerous films including Me Before You, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Last Christmas. The British actress made her Broadway stage debut in 2013 when she starred as Holly Golightly in a new adaptation of the Truman Capote novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Clarke is all set to make her West End debut under the direction of Jamie Lloyd.

The Seagull follows on the hugely successful critically acclaimed five-star production of Cyrano de Bergerac the Jamie Lloyd Company’s first show of the Playhouse Theatre season starring James McAvoy. The season is built of classic texts adapted for a modern audience. After the production of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull the third production of the season is set to be A Doll’s House starring Jessica Chastain.

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January 8th, 2020     No Comments     Author: Staff

Emilia Clarke will make her West End debut in a new production of The Seagull.

The 33-year-old actress will star in Anya Reiss’ adaptation of the Anton Chekhov play.

Director Jamie Lloyd is staging the production at Playhouse Theatre in London. Previews begin March 11, with opening night to follow March 19.

Clarke will play Nina in The Seagull, which follows the romantic and artistic conflicts of four creatives at an isolated house in the countryside.

“I am over the moon to be playing Nina in Jamie Lloyd’s interpretation of The Seagull,” Clarke said in a statement. “I’ve long been a fan of the singular vision he brings to each of his masterful productions and the way he approaches classical texts. We are so lucky to be working with Anya’s brilliant adaptation, as she brings a light touch of modernity to this beautifully crafted play. I cannot wait to get stuck in with these two visionaries.”

The Jamie Lloyd Company confirmed Clarke’s casting in a tweet Thursday.

“New show? OK. EMILIA CLARKE will make her West End debut as Nina, in a version of THE SEAGULL by @Anya_Reiss,” the post reads. “Chekhov’s tale of ambition, love, loneliness & fame is propelled into the 21st century.”

Clarke previously made her Broadway debut as Holly Golightly in a production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 2013.

Clarke is best known for playing Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO series Game of Thrones. She most recently starred in the film Last Christmas, which opened in theaters in November. [Source]

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