The Crown

The Crown
Hansard, from 22 August at the National Theatre!

Friday, July 12, 2019

NT Live Hansard

If you can't make it to London you might be able to catch Hansard in the cinema. NT Live will broadcast the play on 7 November. More information on the cinemas showing the play and tickets at NT Live.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Piazza Trailer

Small Axe

Variety has named Alex as one of the actors appearing in Steve McQueen new series "Small Axe". The series will also stars Letitia Wright and John Boyega.

More information at Variety.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Old Vic

Alex attended the Old Vic fundraiser on Sunday:

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Piazza Opening Night

Getty have a page of pictures of the curtain call at the opening night. Some very nice pictures of Alex in there:

Embed from Getty Images

And Alex bought everyone an opening night gift:

More pictures, by Dan Wooller, at WhatsOnStage

Friday, June 14, 2019

Piazza Opening Night

Piazza Pictures

The first production pictures of The Light in the Piazza have been released on Broadway World.

More at Broadway World.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Sunday, June 09, 2019

Beloved Clara

Alex appeared with Lucy Parham and Juliet Stevenson in Beloved Clara at the Old Granary.

Rehearsal Pictures

The first rehearsal pictures for The Light In The Piazza have been published:

On Facebook:

On Twitter:

Wednesday, June 05, 2019


And yes, I remember the theme tune...

Sunday, June 02, 2019

Piazza Website and Billboard

The Light in the Piazza now has its own website at Piazza.

And the billboard is up on the side of the Royal Festival Hall:

Scala Radio

Alex was on Scala Radio to talk about The Crown, The Light in the Piazza, and a few other things....

Monday, May 13, 2019

About "Unforgotten"

Masterpiece Studio has released a podcast with Alex talking about his role in "Unforgotten".

Thanks to Uli!

Saturday, May 11, 2019


There is a documentary on Alex' Hamlet available on YouTube. It includes an interview with Alex and some of the other actors involved.

Thanks to Uli!

Friday, May 10, 2019

Thursday, April 04, 2019

The Light in the Piazza

Alex will take the role of Signor Naccarelli the father of dashing Italian lover, Fabrizio, in "The Light In The Piazza" at the Royal Festival Hall in June. There will be only 20 performances starting 14 June.

Article at Playbill.

Tickets and more information at South Bank Centre.

Thursday, March 28, 2019


The National Theatre has announced the first dates and booking dates for Hansard. The first performance will be on 22 August. More information and a trailer at the NT Website. Do watch the trailer...


Alex has been nominated for a Bafta for his role in Unforgotten!


Congratulations, Alex!

Sunday, March 03, 2019

John Dowland

On 6 April Alex will appear with Iestyn Davies and Thomas Dunford at Saffron Hall performing the music of John Dowland.

For more information and tickets: Saffron Hall

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Victoria Podcast

Alex is back on the new series of Victoria as Leopold. He has recorded a podcast, talking about his various royal roles, for Masterpiece Theatre. The podcast can be downloaded via the website of Masterpiece Theatre.

Monday, January 28, 2019

Dear Elizabeth

Alex will not be appearing in Dear Elizabeth because he is filming at the moment. His next planned stage appearance is in Hansard at the National Theatre in September.

Friday, January 25, 2019

Four Weddings and a Funeral

Looks like Alex is filming again:

Thanks to Kate!

Monday, January 21, 2019


Lucy Parham after the performance of Reverie at the Salisbury Playhouse on 18 January:

Monday, December 31, 2018

The Leopard

Tomorrow, New Year's Day, Alex reads the first part of 'The Leopard' on BBC Radio 4.

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Dear Elizabeth

Alex will appear in "Dear Elizabeth" at the Gate Theatre in January/February. The play is based on the letters of Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell. The parts will be played by different actors each night, the exact date(s) of Alex appearing have not been published.

More information at: London Theatre

Monday, November 19, 2018

Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Alex attended the Awards at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane last night:

More information and videos at: Evening Standard.

Friday, November 02, 2018

Reverie in Galway

Alex will appear with Lucy Parham in Reverie in Galway next week, 7 November. He was interviewed about the concert and some of his other work by the Galway Advertiser.

More information on the concert and tickets at Music for Galway.

Friday, October 05, 2018


No dates set yet, but Alex is due to return to the National Theatre next year, appearing with Lindsay Duncan in the world premiere of Simon Woods’ debut play Hansard, directed by NT Associate Simon Godwin.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Gold Digger

Alex has joined the cast of new BBC series Gold Digger. The six-part series about a woman falling in love with a much younger man and the effect it has on her already damaged family. Julia Ormond plays the lead, Alex is her ex-husband.

More at Broadway World.

War Requiem

Alex will take part in a performance of Benjamin Britten's War Requiem by The Bach Choir on October 3rd at Westminster Cathedral.

For more information and tickets see Broadway World.

Friday, September 07, 2018

Monday, August 27, 2018

High Praise - With spoilers

The Telegraph has an article on Alex with a great many compliments:

"Lady In The Van director Nicholas Hytner, with whom Jennings has a longtime collaborative relationship, ranks Jennings among the pre-eminent actors of his generation and has hailed him as “a John Gielgud for the 21st century”.

With his greying curls, care-worn features and subversive twinkle, Jennings has a face that lends itself perfectly to period roles. He has also inhabited other real-life figures, including former US president George Bush Nazi architect Albert Speer, Dad’s Army actor John Le Mesurier and composer Benjamin Britten. He has said the key to playing such roles is to act, not impersonate becaue the characters “mustn’t become Spitting Image puppets”."


"Whether it’s on-stage or in supporting screen roles, Alex Jennings has spent more than three decades being consistently brilliant."

I can't quote more, the articles has spoilers of Unforgotten. If you still want to watch that and not know what happens, don't read this now!!

Full article (with Unforgotten spoilers) at The Telegraph.

Look At You Now

There is an exhibition on in the foyer of the National Theatre with pictures of actors and other theatre makers as children and adults in similar poses. Alex is there, of course. (Couldn't get a picture without those reflections, unfortunately).

The exhibition is free, more information at National Theatre website.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Frielfest Confession

A confession from Alex on his performance at Frielfest to Mark Lawson at the Guardian:

"And Friel, who spent two years as a young man studying for the priesthood before an eventual retreat from Catholicism, might have enjoyed the fact that Jennings became surely the first person to have spoken the F-word four times in that parish hall. The actor told me afterwards that he had also committed a mild acting sin; the text specifies that Teddy drinks pale ale while reminiscing and, for the first time, the actor supped real alcohol while acting, an experiment he does not plan to repeat, but which did not diminish his characteristic precision and intelligence."

Full piece on the performance at The Guardian.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018


Review at WhatsOnStage.

Saturday, August 04, 2018

Culture Fix

Alex talks about his cultural life in The Times. You can only read if you register but it's an interesting read. His favourite books, films, productions, music. I'm particularly pleased he picked "Nicholas Nickleby" as his favourite play, I've always loved that and loved Roger Rees in that. For the Cabin Pressure fans there is "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" apparently a big influence on Alex's acting...

I also liked this one:

"The play that I walked out of at the interval
One I was in. It was Present Laughter at the National and it was before the interval. The safety curtain got stuck, so we never really got going. Everyone went home and the theatre was shut for something like three days."

He can't have been very lucky with this production, when I met him after a performance he had hurt his foot on stage and had to be hurried off..

Friday, August 03, 2018


Alex, Imelda Staunton and Spotlight nominees and winners talk about preparing a monologue.

Article at Spotlight.

Thursday, August 02, 2018


Alex appeared at the Pickering Parish Church for a poetry reading last Saturday night.

Sunday, July 29, 2018

More Unforgotten

Alex talks about The Crown and Unforgotten, playing royals and more on Radio Times.

Sunday, July 22, 2018


Alex attended the opening night of Alan Bennett's new play Allelujah! at the Bridge Theatre this week.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Sunday Brunch

Alex appeared on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch last Sunday with Kevin McNally to talk about 'Unforgotten'.

Somewhere along the line they had an Alan Bennett competition:

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Old Vic Bicentenary

Alex attended the Old Vic Bicentenary Ball on May 13.

Embed from Getty Images

Pictures of the event are at Getty Images.

Embed from Getty Images

Just the pictures of Alex are at this Getty Images page.

Saturday, July 14, 2018


There will be two performances of Alan Bennett's Hymn at the Ryedale Festival on 23 July. Alex will appear with the Heath Quartet and the Carducci Quartet. The performances will take place at Birdsall House.

More information and tickets on the Festival website.


The new series of Unforgotten, featuring Alex as Dr Tim Finch, will be shown from this Sunday, 15 July, on ITV.

Alex describes his character on the BT website.

More on Alex and other cast members at Radio Times

More on the series at Radio Times.

And a longer interview with Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar at Whatsontv

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Faith Healer at Frielfest

Alex will be appearing as Teddy in a special production of Faith Healer by Brian Friel at the Frielfest in Donegal. There will be three performances over the weekend of 10 August. Tamsin Greig will play Grace.

More information and tickets at the festival website.

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Unforgotten Trailer

The first footage of the series that is to be broadcast in July!

Wednesday, June 06, 2018

John Barton

Alex was one of the readers at the memorial service for John Barton in the Swan Theatre in Stratford on 27 May. John Barton directed Alex in Peer Gynt in 1994.

More Bessell

Monday, May 21, 2018

Tea with Alex and Some People?

A Very English Scandal - Reviews

The reviews are in!

Praise for Alex in the Guardian:

"Alex Jennings, brilliant as a devotee with a shadow on his soul"

"The era’s moves to legalise homosexuality and the European and immigration concerns playing out in the background give the broader moment resonance, but it is the superlative work from Jennings, Whishaw and above all Grant’s tour de force that holds it together, humanises and makes sense of it all. Bravo et encore. Bunnies can and will go to the Baftas, I’m sure."

Full review at The Guardian.

Metro has this interesting one:

"A special mention to Alex Jennings who, while in familiar territory, is unmatched in the art of smarmy delivery."

Read more in: Metro.

The Telegraph also gives the show a good revie:

"The opening scene, featuring symbolically raw and succulent steak tartare, introduced a brace of Liberal MPs slyly at ease with saucy-postcard sexuality. (The other one was Peter Bessell, played with spiffing joie de vivre by Alex Jennings). Theirs was a world in which proud new labels – “gay” – rubbed up against furtive old euphemisms: “musical”, “on the spear side”."

Full review at Telegraph.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

About Peter Bessell

And the BBC guide to the characters is at BBC One.

Friday, May 11, 2018

Old Vic 200

Alex is one of the ambassadors for the Old Vic 200 celebrations. He is in good company, looking at the list on the Old Vic website.

He talked about the Old Vic when talking about his earliest theatre visits when he was interviewed with Nancy Carroll for the NT 50 celebrations. The interview is still available:


He also appeared in "The Liar" at the Old Vic.

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

A Very English Scandal

"A Very English Scandal" will be broadcast by the BBC from 9 pm 20 May , and there will be three episodes. Alex plays the part of Peter Bessell. The series is based on a gay sex scandal involving Jeremy Thorpe, a liberal politician.

The trailer is available now on

More information at BBC Media Centre.

Thursday, April 26, 2018


Alex will perform Reverie, on the life of Debussy, with Lucy Parham at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday October 28.

More information at Bury Free Press.

Samling Masterclass

On February 24 Alex gave a masterclass at the Sage in Gateshead together with mezzo soprano Ann Murray and vocal coach Caroline Dowdle.

More information at Samling Masterclass.

There are some pictures on the programme's Facebook Page.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Holt Festival

Alex is due to appear with Lucy Parham in the Rachmaninoff programme "Elègie" on July 22.

More information at the Festival website.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018


Alex is joining the cast of ITV detective drama "Unforgotten". The third series of this drama has just started filming. Alex will be one of four friends, all suspects in the case. The other suspects are Neil Morrissey, Kevin McNally and James Fleet.

More information at or ITV.

Friday, February 02, 2018

Julius Caesar

Alex attended the opening night of The Bridge Theatre's production of Julius Caesar on 30 January. The Bridge posted pictures of the event on Facebook:

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Charity Gala

Alex will appear at the Love Gala charity event at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds for the Every Heart Matters appeal on 25 March. It is to be a gala evening of cabaret, comedy, West End Show routines and celebrity guests. Tickets are available now and include a pre-show reception starting at 6.30pm. There will also be some tickets available for a post-show reception on stage where you will be able to meet the performers.

Here you find tickets for the show.

And here for the reception.

Saturday, December 23, 2017

The Crown Premiere

Alex was interviewed at the Crown's Leicester Square premiere by HeyUGuys. The video:

Thanks to Uli!

Thursday, November 16, 2017

The Crown

On 8 December the new series of The Crown becomes available, with Alex appearing again as the Duke of Windsor. The trailer is now available:

Sunday, November 05, 2017


Alex appeared with Lucy Parham and Patricia Hodge in Nocturne, this time in London at St Johns Smith Square.

Doctor Jennings

A full report on Alex receiving his honorary doctorate is at Conservatoire for Dance and Drama.

Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Official Companion

Alex reads "The Crown: The Official Companion" (or "The Inside History) by Robert Lacey as a new audiobook.

More information and a clip at Hypable.

According to the review:

"The audio version in particular makes those characters come alive. The audio book is narrated by Alex Jennings, who plays the Duke of Windsor in the Netflix series. His voice is easy to listen to, making the sometimes dense historical text feel manageable. His voices and accents make the stories dance.

I especially love when he reads excerpts from The New York Times. Jennings dons his best American accent — which is very accurate — and puts on an entirely new character for listeners to enjoy."

The full review of the audiobook is also on Hypable.

The book itself is also available now,

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School

Alex has received an Honorary Doctorate from Bristol University at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School's Graduation Ceremony at St Mary Redcliffe Church.

Monday, October 09, 2017


Alex returns as Uncle Leopold in the new series of Victoria, playing a more central role in the proceedings.

The Express

A Very English Scandal

Alex is currently filming a series for Amazon-BBC called "A Very English Scandal", about liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe. Alex plays Peter Bessell. Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw play the leading roles.

For more information see Entertainment Weekly.

Or: Variety.

Or: The Telegraph.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Ryedale Festival at York Church

Alex is joining the Carducci Quartet for four events at the Ryedale Festival at York Church: The Press.

For more information and to book tickets for the final event this Sunday see the festival's website at Ryedale Festival.

Saturday, July 08, 2017


The recording of "Rêverie", the music of Claude Debussy played by Lucy Parham and the story told by Alex, is now available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon!

For more information, see Lucy Parham's website.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

RSC Image Library

The RSC has made images from its archives available online. This includes pictures of Alex in the 1988 production of "The Taming of the Shrew', and the 1996 production of "Much Ado About Nothing". More pictures are added, so more plays may follow shortly.

To have a look, go to the RSC Image Library.

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Fahrenheit 451

This week Alex reads the book at bedtime on BBC Radio 4. The book is Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451", available on the BBC Player Radio for 30 days after broadcast.

To listen and for more information go to BBC Radio 4.

Thanks to Jen!

Monday, July 03, 2017


Alex played Rachmaninov in Lucy Parham's "Elégie" last Saturday at the Old Granary Studio.

More concerts are planned, for information see Lucy Parham's website.

Friday, March 31, 2017

Essex Women's Institute

Alex spoke at a meeting to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Essex Women's Institute.

“It was great Alex Jennings made an appearance, he spoke at length about his mother and her role in the WI. “Overall, it really was a lovely afternoon to mark a momentous occasion.”

Read the full article at the: Daily Gazette.

Thursday, January 19, 2017


Alex has recorded "Rêverie", the life of Claude Debussy, with pianist Lucy Parham. Alex narrates. For now the album is only available at Lucy's concerts, it will be officially released soon. For a list of Lucy's concerts see her diary.

The Halcyon

Alex appeared in The Halcyon. More about his character at Radio Times.

A Kind of Marriage

Alex took part in a rehearsed reading of a new play at the Donmar:

Thanks to Kate!

Sons and Daughters of the Soil

Emilia Fox and Alex were the readers on "Sons and Daughter of the Soil", an edition of Words and Music on BBC Radio 3 last week. The episode is available on iPlayer for another three weeks.

Thanks to Jen!

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Crown's "Giddy delight"

Good reviews for Alex in "The Crown" again. Yahoo New this time:

"And every word out of the mouth of the former king Edward VIII (Alex Jennings) is a giddy delight."

Full review at Yahoo.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

VSO Christmas

Alex read at the VSO International Christmas Concert at Central Hall Westminster on 8 December.

Saturday, November 05, 2016

The Duke

Alex got some very good reviews for his portrayal of the Duke of Windsor in "The Crown".

The Telegraph says he "has a gift for adding an extra dimension to real-life characters, be it Alan Bennett, Anthony Eden or Stephen Spender, and that's very much the case here – his Duke is always far more than an impersonation of the uptight character we’ve all seen in grainy reels of Pathé news footage. Jennings held this episode together. Without him, it would have been a hollow examination of protocol and powerplay seen through a distant, dispassionate lens."

Full review at the Telegraph.

And a little more about Alex's appearance in the 5th episode at the Telegraph.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Acting Lessons

Apparently Alex has been taking acting lessons:

Jen's Review

Jen went to see "My Fair Lady" in Sydney and sent this review:

I would like to share some cheery thoughts about My Fair Lady.

This is an elegant production directed by Julie Andrews, who initially played Eliza Doolittle on Broadway. It has splendid production values and strong performances. The cast includes rising star Anna O’Byrne as Eliza and a who’s who of Australian theatre (Reg Livermore, Robyn Nevin, and Tony Llewellyn-Jones).

Alex has superb comic timing as Higgins, a prickly and peculiar character. I thought he brought a lot of laughs with his enunciation, singing and dancing in songs such as “Why Can’t the English?”, “The Rain in Spain” and “A Hymn to Him.” He also really connected with the audience and elicited sympathy in the more serious and reflective song, “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.”

My Fair Lady recently broke a box office record (most tickets sold for a production at the Sydney Opera House), which would suggest that limited tickets are available until it closes 5th November. If you are able to get to Sydney by then, I would recommend booking a ticket to see Alex in this entertaining and fun show!

Thanks Jen!

War Requiem Poetry

A number of short films of Alex reading First World War poetry at YouTube.

They were taken from the War Requiem website.

Thanks to Kate!

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

MFL Review

A long and detailed review of My Fair Lady at Limelight Magazine. Good words for Alex!

"Heading the outstanding cast is British actor Alex Jennings, reprising a role that earned him an Olivier Award in 2003. His Higgins has deepened over the years from arrogant tyrant to slightly bewildered, prissy academic. Nowadays we would likely consider this misanthrope ‘on the spectrum’. One of Shaw’s keys is when Mrs Higgins refers to her son and Pickering as a “pretty pair of babies, playing with your live doll” and Jennings captures compellingly the curiously infantilised aspect of the man. As a theatrical technician, he is second to none, every line considered and connected to build and explore a complex human being. His lead-in to I’m an Ordinary Man reveals no railing misogynist but a fellow who has likely been burned somewhere along the line. His panegyric to the poetry of language really does inspire. The points at which we see his growing feelings for Eliza are beautifully plotted, making Jennings' Higgins seductively sympathetic at times. The songs are delivered with confidence and finesse, just on the voice enough to prove he has the notes, while relishing the text in a bravura display of Lerner-esque acerbic patter. When it comes, I’ve Grown Accustomed to her Face takes us to a place of considerable pathos and loneliness – just as it should."

Full review at Limelight Magazine.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Alex on Women

Alex talks to the Sydney Morning Herald on all he knows about women...

"There is so much men can learn from women: empathy, sympathy, emotional openness and a lack of bullshit. Women are intuitive and are kinder. Plus, they are less openly competitive - there's not that alpha-male competitiveness going on. In my view, women are better than men."

He talks about his wife, his mother and grandmother, Maggie Smith, Anna O'Byrne, Julie Andrews, Helen Mirren and Theresa May.

Sydney Morning Herald

Thanks to Jen!

More Lady Publicity

Alex attended the party after the official opening night along with other cast members.

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Sydney Opening Night

"My Fair Lady" has now opened in Sydney.

There is another picture gallery at Broadway World.

The Sydney Morning Herald gives the production four stars and has this to say about Alex:

"Jennings demonstrates complete mastery as Professor Higgins. His diction and clarity is outstanding, his timing impeccable. It seems more Harrison's Higgins than his own, at times, but his crisp energy and charisma lifts the portrayal far above the level of impersonation."

Full review at: Sydney Morning Herald.

And then there was this one at the afterparty:

Alex Jennings (Henry Higgins) #MyFairLady #GalaPremiere #AfterParty #kilt

Een foto die is geplaatst door My Fair Lady Musical (@myfairladyaus) op

Thanks to Kate!


There is a review of Victoria in The Telegraph.

And some background information on the character at the Radio Times.

The third episode was shown on ITV last Sunday. The series continues next week.

Monday, September 05, 2016

Thursday, September 01, 2016

My Fair Lady Press

The first images and videos of the Sydney production were made available today.

Anna O'Byrne, who plays Eliza posted this picture:

📸 Don Arnold @myfairladyaus #myfairlady #elizadoolittle #theraininspain

Een foto die is geplaatst door Anna O'Byrne (@annaobyrne) op

Various tweets with short extracts:

A short article by Ben Neutze was published at the Daily Review.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Pickering Talking

Tony Llewellyn-Jones gave in interview about the new production of "My Fair Lady" in Sydney. He plays Colonel Pickering. Lovely picture with the article...

Read the article at the Sydney Morning Herald.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Alex Radio

Alex reading "Explorers of the Nile" was just repeated on BBC Radio 4 Extra and so is now available on the BBC iPlayer.

Thanks to Jen!

Alex reading Michael Palin's "The Truth" is also back on BBC Radio 4 Extra.

Denial Trailer

The trailer for "Denial" is now available. Just one shot of Alex...

Thanks to Kate!

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Stuff Happens

Alex has been confirmed taking part in a rehearsed reading of "Stuff Happens" at the Lyttelton Theatre. Other readers are Bill Nighy, Adjoa Andoh, Isla Blair, Gunnar Cauthery, Anton Lesser, and Simon Paisley Day. The reading takes place on 6 July to mark the Chilcot Inquiry report.

More information and tickets at National Theatre.

White Sands

Alex reads the book of the week on BBC Radio 4 this week. The book is "White Sands" by Geoff Dyer. The broadcasts can be listened to on the iPlayer.

The omnibus edition will be broadcast on Sunday on BBC Radio 4 Extra.

Thanks to Jen!

Tuesday, May 31, 2016


Sounds like we have a recording to look forward to:

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Higgins Interview

Alex talks to Jo Litson about his upcoming appearance at the Sydney Opera House at Scene and Heard.

He is looking forward to this time down under:
“And I’ve never been to Australia before so it’s a big treat,” he adds, saying that his wife, landscape gardener Lesley Moors, will come with him while their two children, now in their 20s, and his “dear, old Dad” will also visit."

Not too sure I agree with all his opinions:

"Now 59, Jennings thinks there will be differences in his portrayal to when he last played the role.

“Since I last did it my singing has grown. When I was doing Willie Wonka I worked with a brilliant singing teacher called Mary King and she has given me confidence and brought on my singing,” he says.

“And I’m older – though I’m not as old as Rex Harrison was when he finished doing it. But there is going to be a bigger age difference between me and Eliza than there was when I last did it so any sense of romance would perhaps be less appropriate.”

Thanks to Uli!

Saturday, May 14, 2016

My Fair Lady Presentation

Alex couldn't attend the cast presentation for "My Fair Lady" in Sydney, but he was there on video:

British actor Alex Jennings is Higgins in #myfairlady couldn't be here in person

Een foto die is geplaatst door Chris Hook (@epicchook) op

Thanks to Kate!