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Archive for the ‘“Saint Joan”’ Category
  M.   December 22, 2016


GALLERY LINKS:
– Movies & Television > The History Of Love (2016) > Official Trailer #2
– Movies & Television > Orpheline (2016) > Clip #1
– Movies & Television > Bonobo – Kerala (2016) > Screencaptures
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Premiere (France) – November/December 2016
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Version Femina (France) – November 7-13, 2016
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Marie Claire (France) – December 2016
– Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > Télé 7 Jours (France) – November 5-11, 2016
– Hannah Arterton > Events > “Saint Joan” Press Night – After Party
– Movies & Television > The History Of Love (2016) > Posters & Covers

The filmography page for The History of Love was completely updated with lots of brand new information. Check it out!

  Nicole   December 21, 2016

On Monday night – December 19th – took place the Press Night for Gemma’s new play Saint Joan, running at the Donmar Warehouse ’till February 18th, 2017.

Some photos from the After Party – held at The Hospital Club in London – have now been added to the gallery, together with some production shots from the play itself!

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– Stage > Saint Joan (2016) > Production Shots
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  Nicole   December 03, 2016

Gemma is currently in rehearsal for her new play Saint Joan. They play will have its opening night at the Donmar Warehouse on Friday, December 9 and will run till February 18, 2017 with broadcast live from the theatre on February 16, 2017.

Gemma looks really great with this new haircut, and I really hope to be able to fly to London for see the play! Enjoy these beautiful photos for now :)

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– Stage > Saint Joan (2016) > Rehearsal
  Nicole   September 02, 2016

THE STAGE.CO.UK – Gemma Arterton’s performance in Saint Joan at the Donmar Warehouse is to be broadcast live to cinemas around the world.

The production, directed by Josie Rourke, will be the fourth at the Donmar Warehouse to be screened by NT Live following Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Coriolanus and King Lear.

It will be broadcast live from the theatre on February 16, 2017.

The play has design by Robert Jones, sound by Christopher Shutt and video by Duncan McLean.

Hadley Fraser and Matt Bardock will star alongside Arterton, as well as Richard Cant and Elliot Levey. (source)

  Nicole   July 01, 2016

THE DAILY MAIL – Gemma Arterton is gearing up for battle as the Maid Of Heaven (aka Joan Of Arc).

The actress will portray the virgin warrior in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan, which will be staged at the Donmar Warehouse in London’s Covent Garden.

Donmar artistic chief Josie Rourke will direct the play, which will run from December 9 until February 18.

Shaw takes the story of the peasant girl who has a series of visions from God, telling her to lead a French army to meet the English forces at Orleans, to its tragic conclusion.

Arterton, who recently completed a run as Nell Gwynn with Shakespeare’s Globe, said she felt honoured to be taking on a part she has been familiar with since her days as a student at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Shaw bestowed a share of his royalties to Rada, so there are always projects involving his work. ‘Saint Joan has got a lot of soul and it’s poetic,’ Gemma told me.

However, she admitted: ‘It wouldn’t have been something that I’d have imagined myself doing, to be honest with you. It’s not as though I’m the obvious choice.’

She met with Rourke and asked the director why on earth she had picked her for the Maid of Orleans. ‘I’m so not her; I guess because she’s religious and pure, and it’s not the type of thing I usually play. My characters have usually got a bit more sass.’

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