Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Eldorado Press Night at Arcola Theatre


Eddie Redmayne and Romola Garai (his co-star in Glorious 39) attended the Eldorado press night today.
ELDORADO - This production is the UK Premiere of Marius von Mayenburg's play Translated by Maja Zade,
directed by Simon Dormandy - Eddie's drama teacher in Eton.
See the full casting announcement and bios on the Mongrel Thumb Website
Arcola Theatre site of the play

Eddie Redmayne has just arrived! (x) - Eddie Redmayne, Romola Garai
and our director Simon Dormandy enjoy the post press night party.(x)


Anton's got it made: dream house, artistic wife, baby on the way. And, as the smoke rises from another city saved by coalition bombs, there's a fortune to be made rebuilding the wreckage. So what's he doing forging his boss's signature? And why has his wife crushed her hands under the piano lid? Painfully funny scenes of married bliss in meltdown and the insistent presence, on their screens and in their dreams, of the West's far-flung and half-forgotten wars - Eldorado asks what happens when the drive for success carries us past our coping point.
Arcola Theatre
24 Ashwin Street,Dalston, London E8 3DL
26 March - 3 May 2014
Review of the play
Hannah was there with him too. 
Rex Features stock photo library here

One more picture compilation from July ‏@the3rdRoom here

Update 2nd April 2014 - HQ photos from hope72 (x) & (x)



My note about Romola Garai and Simon Dormandy: Both of their surnames are Hungarian.
Garai means: from Gara (Gara is a village 189 km South from Budapest) Her great-grandfather,
Bernhard "Bert" Garai, a Hungarian immigrant. (x)
Dormandy (Dormándy) means: from Dormánd ( Dormánd is a village 115 km East from Budapest).
The "y" in the end refers to noble origin.

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