Robert Lindsay in rehearsals for Prism at Hampstead Theatre

Robert Lindsay & Claire Skinner in Prism

First look at Robert Lindsay and Claire Skinner as they rehearse Prism at Hampstead Theatre.

Terry Johnson’s (La Cage aux Folles) new play is based on the life of Oscar winning British Cinematographer Jack Cardiff, best known for his work with Powell and Pressburger, John Huston and Alfred Hitchcock on films such as A Matter of Life and Death (1946), Black Narcissus (1947), The Red Shoes (1948), Under Capricorn (1949), The African Queen (1951) and The Prince and the Showgirl (1957).

Much loved actor Robert Lindsay (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, My Family) plays legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff, who long since retired is struggling to write his autobiography; much preferring to live in the past than write about it.

Lindsay is joined by Claire Skinner best known for playing Sue Brockman from the BBC television series Outnumbered, Barnaby Kay (A Streetcar Named Desire) and Rebecca Knight (The Importance of Being Earnest).

Prism is written and directed by Terry Johnson with design by Tim Shortall, lighting by Ben Ormerod and sound by John Leonard.

Prism opens on 14 September 2017 running until 14 October 2017, with previews from 6 September 2017 at Hampstead Theatre, London.

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📷 Main photo: Robert Lindsay in rehearsals for Prism. Photo: Manuel Harlan

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1 thought on “Robert Lindsay & Claire Skinner in Prism”

  1. Absolutely loved Robert Lindsay his portrayal of cinematic master” Jack Cardiff”all four in particular the women who rounded up the whole experience well done can’t wait to see more of Terry Johnson.The women just made one feel empathy the beautiful young home help” his wife” tore at one heart strings the handsome son well cast it was my first visit for a long time glad to be back home .

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