Daniel Radcliffe next West End play has been announced! He will star alongside Joshua McGuire (who has worked with Dan previously on A Young Doctor’s Notebook) as Rosencrantz, while McGuire will play Guildenstern.
The Thomas Stoppard play is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary in 2017 and will begin previews at The Old Vic theatre on 25th February 2017 with opening night set for 7th March 2017. It will run until 29th April 2017 and will be directed by David Leveaux.
Tickets will be on general release on 2nd November! Find out more at The Old Vic website.
Hello loves – apologies for the lack of round-ups recently, but there really hasn’t been much to report. There isn’t much to report this weekend either, but it’s been three weeks so we thought we’d pretend to make an effort.
Imperium is set for limited theatrical and VoD release on 18th August in the US, and you can see new stills here. Dan is taking part in an AOL Build talk Monday 9th August to promote the film, and his pre-recorded promotional appearance on The View will Air 10th August. Imperium is scheduled for a UK release 23rd September.
Swiss Army Man finally has a UK release date – 30th September. About bloody time. No word yet on whether or not Manny will tour the UK.
You can read through assorted Privacy bits and bobs on our Twitter. Privacy is just about to begin its final week of performances, after which Dan will be released back in to the wild and will presumably be bored and looking for something to keep him busy … fingers crossed we’ll have a new project announcement in the next few weeks! Though he can have a holiday first if he’d like.
So, that’s it! We’ll see you next Sunday. Maybe. ❤
Daniel Radcliffe will star in ‘Privacy,’ an off-Broadway play from 5 July to 7 August 2016. The play, written by James Graham, will be directed by Josie Rourke and will be staged at the Public Theater in New York.
‘Privacy’ is about the implications of technology for personal information. Dan will play a writer, based on James Graham and will also feature Rachel Dratch, Michael Countryman, Reg Rogers, de’Adre Aziza and Raffi Barsoumian.
No on sale date for tickets as yet but we’ll keep you updated!
Rather getting our hopes up when reading that the play is a collaboration with The Donmar in London’s West End, we’ve since learned that it’s unlikely to transfer to the UK due to getting it’s first run here only two years ago. Boo!