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26/09/00
Another Country Lands in London
- Revival for rebel-toffs play

AWARD-WINNING play Another Country is set to return to the London stage next week.

The drama, which won Play Of The Year at the Lawrence Olivier awards in 1981, originally starred Kenneth Brannagh and Rupert Everett. The latter who went on to star in the film version. It also marked the West End debut of Legends of The Fall star Daniel Day-Lewis.

Set in an English public school in the 1930's, the play relates the tale of two students who rebel against established political and sexual norms. The production is written by Julian Mitchell, whose credits include the 1997 film Wilde. Stephen Henry will direct.

Another Country opens at the Arts Theatre on September 27.



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