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It’s both a political platform, during “one of the most important elections of modern times” (which he hopes will return “Gordon” to Downing Street) and a peachy part.
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To Stewart, a lifelong socialist, the play offers a delicious double bill.
On opening night the fire alarm went off and the theatre was evacuated, leaving Stewart kicking his heels on the Stratford grass wearing Roman costume, alongside the audience and critics.
But he kept going, the reviews were good and the rest was… Sir Patrick loves to talk and does so in great long rolling sentences, each word beautifully enunciated as if he were addressing a packed house, not chatting over a salad in the café of the Chichester Festival Theatre.
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Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.
“Wouldn’t it be grand if we thought that theatre could have that impact on the political life of a country?