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Corin Redgrave (7K)
Corin Redgrave

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 21 January 2001, 15.00-16.10
Corin Redgrave performs

De Profundis
Written in 1897, this moving letter to Lord Alfred Douglas was published in its entirety only in 1962. Corin Redgrave’s acclaimed
solo performance comes direct from the Royal National Theatre to the home of Wilde’s
original manuscript, a highlight of the exhibition.
Corin Redgrave is currently starring in The Cherry Orchard at the RNT and was last in the West End in Song at Twilight. His numerous TV and film credits include Measure for Measure, Persuasion, The Woman in White, A Man for All Seasons, Four Weddings and a Funeral and, most recently, Enigma.

Followed by
16.30-17.40
Two Loves - A portrait of Lord Alfred Douglas
PG; 2000; 68 mins.; Written and directed by Jacqueline van Vugt; Produced by Carmen Cobos and Kees Ryninks; Based on the book Alfred Douglas by Caspar Wintermans
This new film tells the story from the point of view of Wilde’s lover, with entertaining
contributions from Lord Gawain Douglas, Merlin Holland, Douglas Murray - and the incomparable Sir Donald Sinden in vintage form.

£7.50; £6.00 concessions


“Magnificent …his performance had the magic transparency of truth.”
Clive Barnes, The New York Post

 

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