Photos for A Princess Undone


Thursday 8 February 2018


Off-West End - Shows

First photos released of Felicity Dean as HRH The Princess Margaret in the London premiere of Richard Stirling's 'A Princess Undone', due at Park Theatre from 20 February.
Felicity Dean stars in A Princess Undone at the Park Theatre

Felicity Dean as HRH The Princess Margaret - photos by Simon Annand


The first photos of Felicity Dean as HRH The Princess Margaret have just been released.


Ms Dean leads the cast of the London premiere of Richard Stirling's A Princess Undone which will be at the Park Theatre from 20 February until 17 March 2018, playing in the venue's Park 90 theatre.


Inspired by real events, the show aims to shed some new light on 'the last real princess' and is directed by Jonny Kelly.


The cast also includes rising young actor Alexander Knox (It Is Easy To Be Dead) as Tristan Peel, the play's author Richard Stirling as the Queen Mother's butler William Tallon (aka 'Backstairs Billy'), and Patrick Toomey (RSC) as the infamous John Bindon (read more about him here).


Felicity Dean said today ...


"I've played Elizabeth I on television as a redhead, and Pamela Churchill Harriman (in Swimming at the Ritz) on stage as a blonde, but this is my first grande dame as a brunette.


With ciggies and whisky.


And five strands of pearls.


And a lot of gravitas!"


Photo of Felicity Dean starring in A Princess Undone at the Park Theatre

Photo: Felicity Dean

Ms Dean has co-starred on screen with some of the world's leading actors, in The Prince and the Pauper, Mike Leigh's Who's Who, Joseph Losey's Steaming (Vanessa Redgrave), Revolution (Al Pacino) and The Whistle Blower (Michael Caine).


In 1982, she created the role of Annie in CP Taylor's Good (London and Broadway) for the RSC, for whom she also appeared in Twelfth Night (Olivia), Jonathan Miller's The Taming of the Shrew (Bianca) and The Churchill Play.


For the National Theatre: John Gabriel Borkman (Richard Eyre, with Paul Scofield, Vanessa Redgrave and Eileen Atkins) and Tom Stoppard's The Coast of Utopia (Trevor Nunn).


Other major theatre: Masha in Three Sisters (Birmingham Rep, with Charles Dance; Critics Guild Award nomination), Donna Elvira in Don Juan (Lyric, Hammersmith), Pamela Harriman in Swimming at the Ritz (tour) and Jonathan Miller's gala King Lear (Old Vic, with Joss Ackland, Michael York and Greta Scacchi).


Television: starring roles in Rebecca West's The Birds Fall Down, Guinevere in The Legend of King Arthur, The Far Pavilions, Lynda La Plante's Trial & Retribution, Persuasion, The Last of the Blonde Bombshells and recently as the title role in the docu-drama Elizabeth I.


If you're unfamiliar with the British royal family, you can find out more about the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon on this Wikipedia page.


Synopsis


Kensington Palace, 1993.


She was the Diana of her day.


That day has gone, but HRH The Princess Margaret seeks one final chance to be of service.


Acquiring potentially sensational letters from Charles and Diana, she means to burn the evidence.


But there are other papers, relating to Margaret herself.


And when an ex-gangster admirer returns from her past, the Queen's sister has the choice to make or break her family yet again.


As dynamic as The Crown (Netflix) and inspired by actual events.


Cast


Felicity Dean - Princess Margaret

Alexander Knox - Tristan Peel

Richard Stirling - William Tallon

Patrick Toomey - John Bindon


Creatives


Author: Richard Stirling
Director: Jonny Kelly
Set designer: Norman Coates
Costume designer: Boo Williams
Sound: Gareth Mcleod
Production: Entico Ltd in association with Park Theatre

Venue


Park Theatre - Park 90
Clifton Terrace
Finsbury Park
London
N4 3JP

Dates


From: Tuesday 20 February 2018

Closes: Saturday 17 March 2018

Tickets


Previews: £14.50

Standard: £18

Concessions:

£16.50


Child (Under 16) £13


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Links


Show website
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