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First look at Two Ladies in performance

19 September 2019 19:09

London’s Bridge Theatre has released fantastic first-look photos of Zoë, Zrinka Cvitešic and the rest of the cast in Two Ladies. The play, which explores the role of world leaders’ wives, is currently in previews.

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Making your Thursday that bit brighter \u2013 so happy to share some production shots of Two Ladies, taken by Helen Maybanks. See the full selection and book your tickets on our website. Set Design by @AnnaFleischle. . . . . . #ProductionPhotos #TwoLadies #NewPlay #NancyHarris #ZoeWanamaker #ZrinkaCvitesic #Previews #HelenMaybanks #FirstLady

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Check out these first look photos of Zo\u00eb Wanamaker and Zrinka Cvite\u0161i\u0107 in Two Ladies, playing now at the Bridge Theatre \ud83d\udcf8 Helen Maybanks #theatre #drama #london #londonbridge #bridgetheatre #zoewanamaker #zrinkacvitesic #twoladies #lornabrown #newplay #play #worldpremiere #nicholashytner

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Meanwhile, Zoë’s character, Helen (originally called Hélčne), has some wise words for us.

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Zo\u00eb Wanamaker plays Helen, First Lady of France in our current production Two Ladies and boy does her character have some wise words. . . . . . #TwoLadies #NancyHarris #ZoeWanamaker #BridgeTheatre #TheBridgeTheatre #WhatsOnLondon #LondonTheatre #London #Theatre #NewPlay #FristLady

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Interviewed by The Times, Zrinka Cvitešic, who plays Helen's opposite number in the US, emphasised that Two Ladies is an important play for female audience members in particular. 'I think this play will speak to so many women on so many levels.'

Theatregoers are continuing to respond enthusiastically to the ‘brilliant, thought provoking and very pertinent’ production. As the (fictional) First Lady of France, ‘Zoe Wanamaker gives a masterclass performance.’

For more details or to book tickets for Two Ladies, head to the theatre’s website. The play runs until 26 October.

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