Judi Dench: I Remember It Well
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Judi Dench discusses her life and career, in conversation with Gyles Brandreth
Hot on the heels of Ian McKellen’s autobiographical show, here’s one from his old mucker Dame Judi Dench. ‘I Remember It Well’ probably isn’t going to be quite as theatrical an affair as ‘Ian McKellen On Stage’, but is, rather, an ‘in conversation’ between Dench and her pal Gyles Brandreth that will run at the Bridge Theatre for 13 nights. There’s no explicit clue to the contents and how much the show is going to change night-by-night, but it two hours it’ll be pretty substantial as these sorts of nights go, and naturally it will all be based around one the most extraordinary careers in British acting, from acting opposite Laurence Olivier and originating the UK role of Sally in ‘Cabaret’, on to winning Oscars, Oliviers, starring in ‘James Bond’, and much more.
Public booking opens at 10 on Feb 19.