“Flybug” star Andrew Scott will headline a new play for him, “Three Kings” by Stephen Beresford (“Pride,” “The Last of the Houseman’s”), which is set to air at London’s iconic Old Vic Theater.
The play follows eight-year-old Patrick and published events and incidents that challenge him as the ‘Three Kings’ after his missing father unexpectedly returns.
Old Vic will be directed by artistic director Matthew Warchas (“Caretaker”) and will air live in the auditorium’s empty auditorium as the setting for five performances between July 29 and August 29. 1. Performance theater’s ‘Old Week: In Camera’ initiative has taken the initiative to share live theater during the coronavirus epidemic, which has paralyzed the field.
Following the August 1 edition, radio and television broadcaster Dermot O’Leary will host a live “Old Week: Conversation” event with Scott.
Ticket prices range from £ 10 ($ 12.60) and £ 40 (. 50.40).
“I am extremely grateful to Andrew for writing this play, especially for the ‘Old Week: In Camera’ series and for agreeing to edit the play,” Warchas said. The spirit of courage has been praised. “
In the United States, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced last week that theaters across England could reopen in August with socially remote audiences.
Scott’s most recent credits include the series “His Ark Elements” and the feature film “1917.” He is set to play the title role in the upcoming series “Replay” and has signed on as a voice talent for the animated feature version of Joseph Conrad’s novel “Heart of Darkness”.