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Buy tickets Equus in advance

Marion 31 October 2006 0
Buy tickets Equus in advance
You can now buy your tickets for Equus in advance. From 16th February 2006 (runs until 9th June 2007)

Danradcliffe.co.uk received this quote from Daniel:
"I just wanted to thank all my fans for the tremendous support you have shown me in my forthcoming role of Alan Strang in Peter Shaffer's Equus. As you know, this is an incredibly powerful drama and the decision to play this part was not one taken lightly. This role will stretch me as an actor further than I can possibly imagine and I am so excited to be involved in this production and to be directed in my theatre debut by one of the most talented directors working today, Thea Sharrock. I am also delighted to be starring opposite Richard Griffiths who of course, aside from playing 'my Uncle Vernon' was just recently awarded a Tony for his performance in The History Boys. He is truly a remarkable actor and there is no one I'd rather have guide me through this unique stage experience. Thank you again, your support means the world to me".
Location:
Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6AR

Seat Prices:
£49.50, £39.50, £29.50, £19.50

Days and Times:
Monday to Saturday at 7.30 PM, Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 PM

The Website: equustheplay.com

"For the first time in over 30 years, a new production of EQUUS returns to the West End.

Alan Strang (Daniel Radcliffe) seems a normal, obedient 17-year old with a passion for horses. Then one night he blinds six horses with a hoof pick. What drove him to it? His life seems routine, his family loving, his pursuits harmless and yet he has been placed under psychiatric surveillance - an unresponsive patient who is woken each night by terrible nightmares. Only psychiatrist Martin Dysart (Richard Griffiths) seems able to grasp the answer to this psychological puzzle."

Book Tickets in Advance:
Link delfont-mackintosh.com

Equus poster

Marion 30 October 2006 0
Equus poster
The Equus poster as it is also featured on the website equustheplay.com.

Newsweek interview

Marion 22 October 2006 0
Newsweek interview
Newsweek has published their exclusive interview with Daniel online. They talked with him on set of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. You can read the full interview at this link via MSNBC. This Newsweek issue will be available on stands this Tuesday, 24th October.

Newsweek: Your character in “Equus” is a far cry from Harry. It’s a very adult role. You even have a nude scene. Do you feel you want to shake off Harry a bit?

Dan: I don’t want to shake him off, no. Part of me wants to shake up people’s perception of me, just shove me in a blender. If I’d gone into the theater and done something light and fluffy, everyone would have just gone, “Oh, that’s not particularly challenging. It doesn’t prove anything.” But this is a really challenging play, and if I can pull it off - we don’t know if I can yet - I hope people will actually stop and think, “Maybe he can something other than Harry.” Also, it’s just a pretty fabulous play.

Newsweek: Will you make the last two films?
Dan: If the script does justice to the book, it would be foolish not to do the sixth, because I think the book is so incredible and the part is so brilliant. [The seventh book has not been published yet].

Newsweek: I also assume it would be hard to walk away from Harry at this point.

Dan: Yes. I’ve come this far. If I’d stopped after the third film, someone could have come in and there would have been time for the fans to get used to him. At this stage it would be a bit harder, certainly.

Michael Birt photoshoot

Marion 17 October 2006 0
Michael Birt photoshoot
A photoshoot by Michael Birt. Daniel posed in London. This is an exclusive shoot from Getty Images.






picture source: Michael Birt

Release dates for Order of the Phoenix

Marion 06 October 2006 0
Release dates for Order of the Phoenix
Here are the release dates for the new film Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix.

Argentina July 12, 2007
Australia July 12, 2007
Belgium July 11, 2007
Bulgaria July 20, 2007
Denmark July 13, 2007
France July 11, 2007
Germany July 12, 2007
Hungary July 19, 2007
Netherlands July 12, 2007
Spain July 20, 2007
USA July 13, 2007
UK July 13, 2007