Dench and Whishaw play commences previews in London this week

Actor News - 04-03-13
James Bond stars, Dame Judi Dench, "M", and Ben Whishaw, "Q", unite on the stage in a new play by "Skyfall" scribe, John Logan.

Ahead of the release of "Skyfall", Whshaw alluded to his excitement to be working with Judi once more.

"I can't wait to do that play. It's a new play about the people who inspired Lewis Carol and J.M. Barry to write the stories Peter Pan and Alice and Wonderland, and these two people meet in a book shop. It's me and Judi Dench and its sort of a conversation piece really. I can't wait to work with her. It will be unbelievable."

Now, "Peter and Alice" is set to start previews on 9th March at the Noel Coward Theatre and open for general sale on 25th March.



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