MyLeaky Login

Join the largest Harry Potter Social Network on the Web! | FAQ

In the News

Radcliffe, Griffiths to Appear in Equus in London's West End

Posted by: Melissa
July 27, 2006, 11:37 PM

We told you in December that Daniel Radcliffe was rumored to be in talks to appear in Peter Shaffer's 1973 play Equus. Dan has now confirmed to and that he will indeed be playing 17-year-old psychiatric patient Alan Strang in the award-winning play, which begins rehearsals in January 2007 and will open in the West End later that spring. Furthermore, it has been confirmed that Richard Griffiths (Uncle Vernon) will also star in the play as the young man's psychiatrist, Dr. Dysart.
In his message to those sites, Dan said:

"I'm really excited to be part of this production and thrilled to be working with Richard Griffiths again. This is obviously a huge departure for me as an actor, but Equus is such an amazing play that this really was an opportunity not to be missed.

Rehearsal starts in January and I am very much looking forward to working with Thea Sharrock who is an incredibly talented director. I only hope I do the role justice."

Equus contains mature subject matter, in most stagings scenes of nudity and sexual gratification. Theater and ticket information is not yet available, but we will update with more info as soon as we can.

Previous Article | Next Article Browse all Recent Radcliffe News

You must be logged in to MyLeaky to comment. Please click here to log in.

Finding Hogwarts
PotterCast Interviews Jo Rowling! Click here to Listen! The Books Everything...Half-Blood Prince...and the rest of the HP Films Leaky Apps
Learn to knit your own 'Weasley Sweater'. Learn to brew your own 'Butterbeer'. Find out how at Leaky Crafts!

Scribbulus Essay Project

Issue 28 - Aug. 2014

Scribbulus is THE place for Leaky Cauldron readers to submit their essays and opinion pieces!
See more over at Scribbulus!

Guess That Book

"Very [i]clean,[/i] aren't they, these Muggles?" said the witch called Tonks, who was looking around the kitchen with great interest. "My dad's Muggle-born and he's a right old slob. I suppose it varies, just like with wizards?"