Jemma Redgrave to Star in DONKEYS' YEARS at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, from Feb 6

Jemma Redgrave to Star in DONKEYS' YEARS at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, from Feb 6

According to the Daily Mail, Jemma Redgrave is set to play 'Lady Driver' in Michael Frayn's DONKEYS' YEARS in its run at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, beginning on February 6, 2014. Jason Durr will also appear in the production.

Read the original report here.

DONKEYS' YEARS, which premiered at The Globe Theatre in 1976, is a comedy about former university students who get together for their 25th reunion. Penelope Keith originated the role of 'Lady Driver', for which she won an Olivier Award. The play was then revived at the Comedy Theatre in 2006.

Redgrave's stage credits include The Three Sisters -- in which she starred with her aunts Vanessa and Lynn Redgrave in 1990 -- Chatsky at the Almeida, A Midsummer Night's Dream a the Albery, The Great Game: Afghanistan at The Public Theater in New York and more. She has also appeared on TV in Doctor Who, Dracula, Frankie, Law & Order: UK, Unforgiven, Cold Blood, Waking the Dead, The Grid, Judge John Deed, Fish, Bramwell, Mosley, as well as quite a few British TV movies.

For more about the Rose Theatre production, click here.




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