Originally premiered as a reading at 2014's HighTide Festival in Suffolk, Walter appears alongside her husband, American actor Guy Paul, for the first time on a London stage.
According to press materials, the play is an acerbic, warm and honest account of a lifetime in love that tells the story of Louis and Belinda and their 30 years of overwhelming affection, wine, words and dance.
Produced by Caitlin Albery Beavan and Aron Rollin for Moya Productions, it is directed by Hannah Price.
Walter was most recently sen on the London stage playing Falstaff in Henry IV in Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production at the Donmar Warehouse. She previously also played Brutus in Lloyd's production of Julius Caesar at the same address, and subsequently reprised at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse. Other recent credits include Women Beware Women at the National, and Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra opposite Patrick Stewart for the RSC, where she an associate artist. On Broadway, she was Tony-nominated for the 2009 Tony for Best Actress in a Play for reprising her London performance as Queen Elizabeth in Mary Stuart.
Guy Paul has appeared on Broadway in Mary Stuart with Walter. Other credits include Twelve Angry Men, King Lear, The Invention of Love, 1776 and The King and I. To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 871 7632 or visit www.atgtickets.com/venues/trafalgar-studios.