Five things you may not know about Glenda Jackson… now King Lear

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I suppose what I’m driving at is that having swerved from the stage into a political career, my concern was how easily could she take up acting again? The astonishing thing about King Lear is that the answer is seamlessly: with power, and clarity, and complete command of the stage. Given how much acting has changed since 1980, this is astonishing and she deserves to be seen.






Five things you may not know about Glenda Jackson… now King Lear

In Features, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

I suppose what I’m driving at is that having swerved from the stage into a political career, my concern was how easily could she take up acting again? The astonishing thing about King Lear is that the answer is seamlessly: with power, and clarity, and complete command of the stage. Given how much acting has changed since 1980, this is astonishing and she deserves to be seen.






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Five things you may not know about Glenda Jackson… now King Lear

In Features, London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

I suppose what I’m driving at is that having swerved from the stage into a political career, my concern was how easily could she take up acting again? The astonishing thing about King Lear is that the answer is seamlessly: with power, and clarity, and complete command of the stage. Given how much acting has changed since 1980, this is astonishing and she deserves to be seen.