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Marvellous Molonian Moderator
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That's a shame, but looking forward to hearing what's in store for Damien next.

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Me too Rosie.

There will also be an NT Live screening on 27 September, great news for the production, sad news Damien fans that he won't be in it. Those who managed to see the play at Chichester were truly in a lucky position!



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I also find it a pity that he does not continue to play Edmund in this production. Especially if there is an NT Live broadcast. He was so great (and of course the whole play) that I hoped that more people would see him. In Chichester, it was a very limited number of people who saw the play.

So, now it's time to wait for what's next..



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Didn't I read something that when it was at Chichester there was filming being done. Here's hoping somehow that will appear some day!!! I'm sure I'll be an NTL watcher come December but there will be a bit of disappointment missing Damien in this production.


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I agree, Susan and Sana, I was so looking forward to seeing Damien in this. I'll still watch the live stream but it will be missing something important . . .

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I'm sure the person playing Edmund in this production will be great but I think we're all a little bit biased in this forum and it won't be the same without Damo!

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And in my despair re: the NTL I said December, my bad, I did mean September.......yes I'll still be watching in September......ugh, I can't get my dates right apparently!!!!

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It's easy to get distracted when Damien is involved, Susan!

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RPLovesIpswich wrote:

It's easy to get distracted when Damien is involved, Susan!


that's so true ..  biggrinbiggrin

Anyway I would look at it again at NT Live, but unfortunately there are only a few places in Germany that show it. Hopefully later then, because it was really a great play and all the actors were great. 



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SusanG wrote:

Didn't I read something that when it was at Chichester there was filming being done. Here's hoping somehow that will appear some day!!!


 Thank you for this reminder Susan, yes it was filmed. I suspect we are grasping at straws that it will ever reach the public, but fingers crossed for a miracle! fingerscrossed



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There is a National Theater live broadcast on September 27th. Unfortunately, of course without Damien, but with Ian McKellen. And it's actually shown in my city as well. I'll take a look again and recommend it to anyone.

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Yes, my daughter (Brigid)and I are going as well! My other daughter (Eithne) is going to watch it at Hull. We usually exchange views by text at the interval and then by Messenger when we arrive home (a bit like being on the forum ). It's a shame Damien isn't in it but it's Ian McKellen so I will see it anyhow. I hear it's even better than his Macbeth, which is saying something.

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