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The Telegraph’s Dominic Cavendish talks to Director Tamara Harvey about staging Simon Gray’s In The Vale Of Health quartet
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John Dagleish, best known for roles in Lark Rise to Candleford, Starlings and Beaver Falls, is taking on the iconic figure of Ray Davies in a new musical at Hampstead Theatre, Sunny Afternoon.
How artistic director Edward Hall saved Hampstead Theatre
We go behind-the-scenes into the Sunny Afternoon rehearsal room and chat to Director Edward Hall and cast members, John Dagleish, Ned Derrington, George Maguire and Adam Sopp about becoming The Kinks.
Ham & High’s Bridget Galton interviews Director Tamara Harvey about taking on the ‘mammoth’ In The Vale Of Health cycle
On Michael: Second Week of Rehearsals By Laurence Cook, In The Vale Of Health Associate Director
An Interview with Greg Ripley-Duggan, Executive Producer, Hampstead Theatre PART ONE
The Stuff of Tragedy: First Week of Rehearsals By Laurence Cook, In The Vale Of Health Associate Director
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