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Actor/director Sir Kenneth Branagh is putting on a season of West End theatre with an all-star cast from the autumn of 2015.
Twenty years after the actor ran his first theatre troupe, he is back on stage with a cast that includes Judi Dench, Cinderella stars Lily James and Richard Madden, Rob Brydon and Branagh himself. The plays include works by Shakespeare and Terence Rattigan.
Kicking off the season is Dame Judi Dench and Branagh, who both co-directs and stars, in The Winter’s Tale (17th October 2015 to 16th January 2016). One of Shakespeare’s later plays, The Winter’s Tale is a tragicomedy, set in Sicily and an imaginary Bohemia with deserts and coastline.
The Royal Geographic Society is holding an exhibition of newly digitised photographs of the extraordinary Antarctic expedition led by Sir Ernest Shackleton exactly a century ago.
Enduring Eye: The Antarctic Legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley tells the story of the Shackleton crew’s fight to survive after their ship the Endurance was trapped in the ice, eventually breaking up and sinking before the expedition had even reached mainland Antarctica.
Glenn Close is making her West End debut in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical Sunset Boulevard at the London Coliseum for English National Opera from April.
The Hollywood actress won a Tony award when she starred as Norma Desmond in the musical adaptation of the great Billy Wilder film in Los Angeles and on Broadway 20 years ago.
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