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"Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" at New Ambassadors from 13 April 2005
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, by Frank McGuinness, will open at the New Ambassadors Theatre 19 April 2005, folowing previews from 13 April, and booking to 18 June 2005, starring Jonny Lee Miller, Aidan Gillen and David Threlfall
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Someone Who'll Watch Over Me concerns three political prisoners held captive by radicals in desolate, war torn Beirut. Inspired by true events, the play follows the struggle of an Irishman, an Englishman and an American coping with the devastating effects of their incarceration and deprivation. It is the story of their survival and courage, and ultimately, their great triumph over adversity.
Jonny Lee Miller's London stage credits include "Festen" at the Almeida in 2004. His many film credits include "Trainspotting" in 1996; "Mansfield Park" in 1999; "Love, Honour and Obey" in 2000; "Mindhunter" & "Melinda and Melinda" in 2004.
David Threlfall's London stage credits include "Richard II" at the Cottesloe, NT in 1995; "Blue/Orange" at the Duchess in 2000; "Tartuffe" at the Lyttelton, NT in 2002; "Skellig" at the Young Vic in 2003. His tv credits include "Shameless".
Aidan Gillen's London stage credits include "Mojo" at the Royal Court in 1995; "Platonov" at the Almeida in 2001. His TV credits include "Queer as Folk"