Janie Dee

Janie Dee to star in ‘All On Her Own’ online production

Olivier award winning actress Janie Dee will star in a digital production of Terence Rattigan’s  All On Her Own this February.

Rattigan’s powerfully atmospheric one-woman play tells the story of Rosemary who, alone at midnight in London, has a secret burden to share that is both heartbreaking and sinister.

The rarely performed play began life as a piece for television and was broadcast on BBC2 on 25 September 1968.  It was most recently performed at the Garrick Theatre in April 2015 by Zoe Wanamaker, where it formed part of the Kenneth Branagh Season. 

Dee will be directed by Alastair Knights (A Little Night Music Opera Holland Park), with Jack McCann as assistant director and Lindsey Miller providing original music.


Janie Dee
Janie Dee in Follies at the National Theatre Photo Johan Persson

Janie Dee’s extensive stage credits include Follies and Carousel (National Theatre); Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre); Noises Off (Old Vic); Ah, Wilderness! (Young Vic); NSFW (Royal Court); Hand To God (Vaudeville Theatre); and, Cats (West End). Her screen roles include Official Secrets alongside Keira Knightly; Chimerica; Love Hurts; the UK production of House of Cards; and, Phoebe Waller Bridge’s six part comedy series Crashing.

Dee was announced to star in an online production of super natural thriller The Haunting of Alice Bowles in December last year, but was forced to withdraw for personal reasons. Tamzin Outhwaite subsequently took over the role.

She most recently performed a cabaret show at Crazy Coqs in London’s West End and in a concert version of A Little Night Music in Holland Park last Summer.

All On Her Own will be available to stream for eight performances only from 16 February 2021 until 21 February 2021 via stream.theatre.

Tickets to stream the production are available here

👤 📅11 January 2021
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