Orlando with Emma Corrin – in rehearsals for the West End show
The fantastical tale is coming to the stage
Have a first look inside the rehearsal room for Neil Bartlett's new adaptation of Virginia Woolf's Orlando.
The upcoming show, which runs in the West End, will be led by Emma Corrin in the titular role. It follows a young aristocrat whose life spans centuries, genders and countries.
Joining Corrin in the show will be Deborah Findlay (Mrs Grimsditch), Jessica Alade (Virginia, Drunken Tory), Debra Baker (Virginia, Favilla, The Captain), Akuc Bol (Virginia, Euphrosyne, Prue), Lucy Briers (Virginia, Queen Elizabeth, Officer), Richard Cant (Virginia, Harriet, Kitty), Melissa Lowe (Virginia, Drunken Tory), Jodie McNee (Virginia, Marmaduke), Oliver Wickham (Virginia, Clorinda), and Millicent Wong (Virginia, Sasha, Nell).
Grandage's production, running from 26 November 2022 to 25 February 2023 at the Garrick Theatre, has set and costume design by Peter McKintosh, lighting design by Howard Hudson, composition and sound design by Alex Baranowski, movement by Ben Wright, associate direction by Anna Girvan and casting by Jacob Sparrow.
Tickets are on sale below.