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Jenny Lomas

by David Eldridge.

Jenny Lomas is a solicitor who has always loved the law and its certainties, but when she finds herself involved in a case that seems more akin to fiction she begins to question her own judgement. David Eldridge's pertinent thriller examines the corrosive nature of paranoia and the febrile nature of living in a post truth world devoid of both moral and material fact.

David Eldridge is one of our most exciting contemporary dramatists. His plays have been performed at The National, The Almeida and The Royal Court.
'The Knot of the Heart' won the Off-West End Theatre Award for Best New Play and 'In Basildon' was voted The Guardian Theatre Critics and Arts Writers No.1 Theatre of 2012.
His previous work for Radio 3 includes The Picture Man which won the Prix Europa for Best Drama.

Amanda Hale has been nominated for two Evening Standard Awards (the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer and Best Actress for her critically acclaimed performance as Laura Wingfield in Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.
In September 2009 Hale made her Royal National Theatre debut in Our Class, In April 2011 she appeared as Agnes Rackham in the BBC adaptation The Crimson Petal and the White. In June 2013, she played Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, in the BBC series The White Queen. In the same year, she starred as Elinor Dashwood in Helen Edmundson's BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. She has recently appeared in Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's Catastrophe.

Release date:

1 hour, 15 minutes

Last on

Sun 12 Feb 2017 21:00

Credits

Role Contributor
WriterDavid Eldridge
JennyAmanda Hale
OliverMax Bennett
AnnaMonica Dolan
Lev/MichaelPeter Sullivan
ChristosPeter Polycarpou
MariaSanchia McCormack
IanSam Clemmett
Aisha/TherapistChetna Pandya
CarlDavid Sturzaker

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