Audiences at the Charing Cross Theatre witness the work of Tennessee Williams from April 2016 as Linda Marlowe takes on the role of Miriam.
The iconic play, which has been staged worldwide since it was first performed back in 1969, takes us to Tokyo where we meet the troubled Mark, a painter who is descending further and further into psychosis as he attempts to revolutionise art and improve his career. Miriam, meanwhile, is his wife and she is betraying him whilst still using him for his money. In the bar of the hotel she makes her moves as both of them hurtle towards a tragic ending.
Miriam will be brought to life on stage by Linda Marlowe, perhaps most recognisable to modern audiences for her role as Sylvie Carter in the BBC’s EastEnders. An experienced performer, she has also taken on roles in films like Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The House of Mirth, whilst appearing on numerous London stages over the decades like the Old Vic and the Wyndham’s Theatre.
In The Bar Of A Tokyo Hotel appears at the Charing Cross Theatre under the direction of Robert Chevara from Monday 11th April 2016 (previews from Tuesday 5th April 2016).
|Booking From:||Friday, 13th May 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 14th May 2016|
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