Having already won over audiences at the Tristan Bates Theatre back in 2008 (and both the Hampstead Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre in 2009), Jasper Rees’ one man show I Found My Horn returns to the capital for a new appearance in the West End.
Set to run at Trafalgar Studios 2, I Found My Horn stars Jonathan Guy Lewis, who co-wrote the script with Rees, the writer of the original novel, and he appears under the direction of Harry Burton, best known for recently directing Barking In Essex at the Wyndham’s Theatre.
The one man show sees a man full of regret for his life. He is now 40 years old, his marriage is broken and he may have to move from his home. On top of all that he realises that he has wasted his life and will not be remembered, so he is going to have to take drastic action to change all that. This drastic action is unique as it involves using his old French horn to perform Mozart in front of a large crowd.
Writer Jasper Rees is a journalist and sports writer who has written for the likes of the Daily Telegraph and The Independent on Sunday, with various books under his belt. I Found My Horn is one of them, though his work has been seen in other areas as well.
Meanwhile, director Harry Burton’s work has been seen on the stage and screen, with credits like Barking In Essex at the Wyndham’s Theatre, The Leisure Society at the Trafalgar Studios and The Lover at the Bridewell Theatre, among others.
I Found My Horn follows The Act at Trafalgar Studios 2 from 2nd April 2014 (previews from 1st April 2014).
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