LateRooms.com - Keira Knightley to Star in The Children's Hour in London
|Friday, December 24, 2010 LateRooms.com - Keira Knightley to Star in The Children's Ho...
|by Caroline Bell, Late Rooms|
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Caroline Bell, who works for Late Rooms, sent out a press release on Friday, December 24, 2010 to announce: "LateRooms.com - Keira Knightley to Star in The Children's Hour in London"
According to Caroline Bell, the Children's Hour sees film star Keira Knightley take on a lead role in a gripping dramatic piece.
Caroline Bell can be contacted by phone at 0161 835 2301 for more information.
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Hollywood star Keira Knightley will be treading the boards in London in 2011 with a lead role in The Children's Hour.
Fans may have become more accustomed to seeing the actress on the silver screen as a result of high-profile appearances in blockbusters such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Domino, as well as major British flicks like Love Actually and Atonement.
However, she will temporarily put her cinematic successes aside to star in The Children's Hour at the Comedy Theatre between January 22nd and April 2nd 2011.
The production was first performed on Broadway in 1934, with guests at London hotels in for a real treat if they decide to book tickets for the show.
It tells the story of two women running a girls' boarding school in the 1930s, whose careers are shattered after a student starts a rumour that the pair are having a lesbian affair.
Acting opposite Knightley as the other lady in charge of the educational establishment will be Elisabeth Moss, who has never appeared on a West End stage before, but who may be familiar to anyone who has watched television series Mad Men, in which she plays Peggy Olsen.
Tickets to see the production cost between GBP25 and GBP75, with showtimes varying depending on the day.
For more information on this event, visit the Comedy Theatre website or contact the venue on 020 7369 1731.
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