Apologia

Trafalgar Studio 1
Whitehall, London

Public Previews: 29 July 2017
Opens: 3 August 2017
Closes: 18 November 2017

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Nearest Tube: Charing Cross

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Show times
Monday at 7.30pm
Tuesday at 7.30pm
Wednesday at 7.30pm
Thursday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Friday at 7.30pm
Saturday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Sunday no shows
Note: Sat 29 July at 7.30pm only
Note: Thu 3 Aug at 7.00pm only

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Apologia

Jamie Lloyd's production of Alexi Kaye Campbell's play Apologia in London starring Stockard Channing

Kristin Miller is a firebrand liberal matriarch and eminent art historian. But then a birthday gathering that should be a cause for celebration brings cracks in her family relationships to the surface with the recent publication of her memoir which detail a background of left-wing Sixties politics, and European intellectual bohemia, but fails to mention her children. When her son decides to challenge her version of their lives, the cost of her devotion to art and to her principles starts to emerge. A witty, topical and passionate play about generations, secrets, and warring perspectives.

The cast features Stockard Channing as 'Kristin Miller' along with Freema Agyeman, Desmond Barrit and Joseph Millson. Directed by Jamie Lloyd. Alexi Kaye Campbell's West End credits include Pride at the Trafalgar Studios in 2013. Stockard Channing's London theatre credits include John Guare's play Six Degrees of Separation at the Royal Court Theatre in 1992. Desmond Barrit's theatre credits include the role of 'Judge Omar Gaffney' in Lindsay Posner's revival of Mary Chase's comedy Harvey at the Haymarket Theatre in 2015 and the role of 'Hector' in Nicholas Hytner's production of Alan Bennett's play The History Boys at the Wyndham's Theatre in 2007. Joseph Millson's West End credits include Richard Eyre's production of Ian Kelly's comedy Mr Foote's Other Leg at the Haymarket Theatre in 2016; the role of 'Prince Charming' in Fiona Laird's production of Stephen Fry's pantomime Cinderella at the Old Vic Theatre in 2007. His London credits for the Royal Shakespeare Company include the role of 'Benedict' in Marianne Elliott's revival of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing at the Novello Theatre in 2006; and, as part of the 2005 Spanish Golden Age Season at the Playhouse Theatre - Mike Alfreds' revival of Miguel de Cervantes' comedy Pedro, The Great Pretender; Nancy Meckler's revival of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz's play House Of Desires; and Laurence Boswell's revival of Lope de Vega's comedy The Dog In The Manger.

Apologia in London at the Trafalgar Studio 1 public previews from 29 July 2017, opens on 3 August 2017 and closes on 18 November 2017