Jemma Redgrave to Star in Rose Theatre Kingston's Donkeys' Years

By Carey Purcell
16 Dec 2013

The Rose Theatre Kingston will present a revival of Michael Frayn's Donkeys' Years, starring Jemma Redgrave.

Redgrave will play Lady Driver in the student reunion farce, which will be featured at the Rose Theatre Kingston. Performances will begin Feb. 6, 2014, and will continue through Feb. 22.

Directed by Lisa Spirling, the cast also includes Jason Durr (Wrong Side of the Rainbow, "Heartbeat") as Quine and Jamie Glover (Noises Off, All's Well That Ends Well) as Headingley.

Additional casting will be announced at a later date.

Redgrave's stage credits Farewell to The Theatre, The Great Game: Afghanistan, The Cherry Orchard and The Three Sisters. Her film work includes "Lassie," "I'll Be There," "Moonlight," "The Acid House," "Howards End" and "Dream Demon," and her TV credits include "Cold Blood," "Bramwell," "The Buddha of Suburbia" and "Mansfield Park."

Frayn's writing credits include Noises Off, Democracy and Copenhagen

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