CURRENT PRODUCTION:


Show Picture 4th August to 22nd August 2015

Persophia and Sinclair
presents

LETTER TO LARRY

by Donald Macdonald

Stage Director Cal McCrystal
Video Artist Mic Gruchy


When Laurence Olivier asks Vivien for a divorce,
her response created a world-wide sensation.
Then, a new revelation takes her to the edge, and she fights for his love - and her life. But is it too late? The truth is revealed.

Written by award-winning playwright Donald Macdonald, and starring Susie Lindeman, (Merchant Ivory’s Howards End, title role in Catherine, Maigret, Let Them Eat Cake - and 5 West End roles including opposite Vivien’s early co-star Rex Harrison), This season is in a new collaboration with Video Artist Mic Gruchy and Stage Director Cal McCrystal.


Donald MacDonald is an award winning international playwright and actor. Other plays include the smash-hit comedy "Caravan"

Press from Paris:
"Astonishing. Devouring passion incarnated bewitchingly, almost as if by magic by an actress without match.
Le Nouvel Observateur.

There is high tension in Letter to Larry, and Susie Lindeman literally fragments. This is the revelation of a magnificent actress. Macdonald’s poignant play is filled with emotion, infinite grace, and surprising dynamic CULTUREBOX.

An interpretation of genius, tour-de- force. Exquisitely written…holds the audience in suspense.
Reg’Arts

Absolutely perfect. Toutelaculture.com


CAST:
Starring: Susie Lindeman

Monday to Saturday 7.30pm. Saturday matinees 3.30pm
Additional matinee Thursday 20th August 3.30pm.


£23.00 &18.00 concessions

Call the Box Office for further information on: 020 7287 2875
Or online: Click Here for Tickets

Please visit www.persophia.net : http://www.persophia.net



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