New production stills, behind the scenes photos and a social media ad from The Judas Kiss have been added to the gallery. I have also updated the promotional photos we already had to HQ. Enjoy!
Rupert Everett plays Oscar Wilde in David Hare’s The Judas Kiss —a compelling drama about the power of all consuming love and the cruelty of betrayal. It is 1895 and Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece, The Importance of Being Earnest, is playing in the West End after a triumphant premiere, but already the wheels are in motion, which will lead to his imprisonment, downfall and vilification.
3 promotional pictures from Charlie’s upcoming play The Judas Kiss have been added to the gallery. The play will be running in both Toronto(March 22- April 9) & NY(May 11- June 12). To buy your tickets, click here for Toronto & here for NY!
As many of you might know (if you follow Charlie on Twitter), Charlie will be appearing in David Hare’s “The Judas Kiss“. The production will be held in Toronto at Ed Mirvish Theater (March 22- April 9) and in New York at BAM Harvey Theater (May 11- June 12) . Below is a little description of the play:
This emotionally engrossing drama explores two pivotal moments in the life—and downfall—of author Oscar Wilde, played by acclaimed British actor Rupert Everett. Set in two acts on either side of Wilde’s imprisonment on charges of indecency, we see Wilde after the collapse of his libel case against the Marquess of Queensbury (the father of Wilde’s beloved, Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas), and later in Naples, after two years of imprisonment, when he is reunited with Bosie. The play explores the power of all-consuming love and the cruelty of betrayal. With a quiet but burning sense of outrage, David Hare presents the consequences of taking an uncompromisingly moral position in a world defined by fear, expedience, and conformity. The cast includes Rupert Everett (Wilde), Alister Cameron (Sandy Moffat), Tom Colley (Galileo Masconi), Cal Macaninch (Robert Ross), and Charlie Rowe (Lord Alfred “Bosie” Douglas). Presented by Chichester Festival Theatre, this production premiered at UK’s Hampstead Theatre and transferred to London’s West End in 2013, where the Sunday Telegraph called it “theatrical perfection.”
I’ve updated the portraits from the Fox’s 2014 Summer TCA Tour to HQ as well as added a few we didn’t have in the gallery. Enjoy!
Neil Armfield will direct David Hare’s The Judas Kiss, which will run from May 11 through June 12. The play explores two pivotal moments in Wilde’s life. In addition to Everett, the cast includes Alister Cameron, Tom Colley, Cal Macaninch and Charlie Rowe. The production premiered at the Hampstead Theatre and transferred to the West End in 2013.
A new headshot of Charlie has been released through his IMDB page. Check it out in the gallery below:
Charlie Rowe is urging young men (aged 18-24) to sign up to an inspirational fitness campaign, Titan Force: Trip to Ripped, fronted by award-winning personal trainer, Rich McKeating, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. Head to http://titanforce.co.uk/ for a chance of being selected and for all the latest from the team.