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Garai, who has starred in films such as Atonement and TV dramas including The Hour and Daniel Deronda, claims: ‘The privacy of children is invaded on a catastrophic scale.‘I think we’ll look back at this period as utterly perverse.
How refreshing, then, to see the transfer from Stratford-upon-Avon of this intelligent hit play from the Royal Shakespeare Company, a rich and satisfying new drama with two splendidly meaty female central characters that stands as a welcome corrective to the male bias that perforce dominates the company’s core repertoire.A quick brush-up on the historical background helps, but writer Helen Edmundson offers such gripping narrative momentum that those who are no experts in lesser-known English monarchs certainly won’t feel excluded.Anne Stuart, who ruled for 12 years from 1702, was the designated successor to William and Mary of Orange, born to a land beset by tensions between Catholic and Protestant factions.Like Elizabeth I, she provided no heir and thus a mighty succession headache.It’s so easy to underestimate Anne (Emma Cunniffe) at the start of Natalie Abrahami’s fluid and confident production.
“There are many burning political issues today which were in play during Anne’s reign - our relationship with Europe, a country in debt, a difficult relationship with Scotland,” says Edmundson. ” There are many reasons why Queen Anne has been overlooked, Edmundson suggests. “She wasn’t a warrior Queen, she wasn’t a Virgin Queen, she wasn’t tempestuous, nor did she have lots of children,” she says.