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Camilla Pay
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Rosie Lomas

An Afternoon with Jane Austen CANCELLED

Caroline Langrishe, Adrian Lukis, Camilla Pay and Rosie Lomas

Sunday, 7 April 2019

2:00pm

2 hours

Randolph Hotel: Ballroom

£10 - £20

Actors Caroline Langrishe and Adrian Lukis bring to life some of Jane Austen’s most memorable characters by performing a series of duologues and passages from the books. They are accompanied by vocalists and musicians, including harpist Camilla Pay and soprano Rosie Lomas, performing 18th-century and regency-era music that would have been heard in Austen’s own household.

Langrishe and Lukis take on characters including the passionate Wentworth and Anne, and the notorious Mr Wickham. They perform passages from Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion. The show has already performed to sell-out audiences in Bath, Brighton and at Godmersham Park, the former home of Austen’s brother Edward Austen Knight.

Langrishe has made many film, theatre and television appearances and is best known for her roles as Charlotte Cavendish in Lovejoy, Lady Anne Carmoynes in Sharpe, and Georgina Channing in Judge John Deed. Lukis is best known for playing Mr Wickham in the BBC’s 1995 production of Pride and Prejudice. He also played Dr David Shearer in Peak Practice and has appeared in many other television and film roles including in New Tricks, Downton Abbey and Toast of London.

Pay is a harpist and classical performer and a graduate and associate of the Royal Academy of Music. She has recorded tracks for well-known artists including John Legend, Ellie Goulding, Sam Smith, Stormzy and Paul McCartney. She has appeared on Strictly Come Dancing, the Graham Norton Show, Later with Jools Holland, the Jonathan Ross Show and many more, with artists including The Killers, Bette Midler and Beyoncé.

Lomas is a soprano and graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Her operatic roles include American Suburban Girl in English National Opera’s (ENO) world premiere production of Two Boys, the two children’s roles in Philip Glass’s The Perfect American at the ENO, and Flora in The Turn of the Screw at Holland Park, the Festival di Spoleto and at the Beethoven festival in Warsaw.

This event will last two hours including a 30-minute interval.

FT Weekend Title partner BBC World Service International radio partner Oxford Martin School Festival ideas partner Bodleian Libraries Festival cultural partner University of Oxford New College Jewish Book Week Partner of Jewish programme Italian Embassy Supporter of Italian programme Irish Embassy, London Supporters of the Irish programme MIT Press MIT Press. Sponsors of the programme of American literature and culture The Dorchester Hotels Collection Festival London hotel partner Blackwell’s Festival on-site and online bookseller Princeton University Press British Academy Festival academic partner Ian and Carol Sellars Emily Rose and James Marrow Lady Hatch Patron donor for the programme of Irish literature and culture George Warren Mary and Cecil Quillen Jesus College Worcester College Worcester College Lincoln College Lincoln College St Hilda’s College 10th St Hilda's day at the festival St Cross College St Cross College The Feathers Hotel Macdonald Bear Hotel Critchleys The Royal Society of Literature Royal Literary Fund Felicity Bryan Associates Oxford University Press Conference Oxford University of Oxford Mathematical Institute Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies University of Oxford Alumni Office Alumni Office Said Business School Bear Ram Elk Festival Digital Strategy & Web Design BBC Radio Oxford Local radio partner The Oxford Times Regional media partner Oxford Brookes University Oxford University Images Oxford University Images The Sheldonian Theatre Floris of London City Audio Visual Sloane Club British Humanist Association Schoolreaders Oxford City Council The Litmus Partnership K T Bruce Photography K T Bruce Photography OX magazine History of War All About History Steer Oxford Botanic Garden
 

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FT Weekend Title partner BBC World Service International radio partner Oxford Martin School Festival ideas partner Bodleian Libraries Festival cultural partner University of Oxford New College Jewish Book Week Partner of Jewish programme Italian Embassy Supporter of Italian programme Irish Embassy, London Supporters of the Irish programme MIT Press MIT Press. Sponsors of the programme of American literature and culture The Dorchester Hotels Collection Festival London hotel partner Blackwell’s Festival on-site and online bookseller Princeton University Press British Academy Festival academic partner Ian and Carol Sellars Emily Rose and James Marrow Lady Hatch Patron donor for the programme of Irish literature and culture George Warren Mary and Cecil Quillen Jesus College Worcester College Worcester College Lincoln College Lincoln College St Hilda’s College 10th St Hilda's day at the festival St Cross College St Cross College The Feathers Hotel Macdonald Bear Hotel Critchleys The Royal Society of Literature Royal Literary Fund Felicity Bryan Associates Oxford University Press Conference Oxford University of Oxford Mathematical Institute Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies University of Oxford Alumni Office Alumni Office Said Business School Bear Ram Elk Festival Digital Strategy & Web Design BBC Radio Oxford Local radio partner The Oxford Times Regional media partner Oxford Brookes University Oxford University Images Oxford University Images The Sheldonian Theatre Floris of London City Audio Visual Sloane Club British Humanist Association Schoolreaders Oxford City Council The Litmus Partnership K T Bruce Photography K T Bruce Photography OX magazine History of War All About History Steer Oxford Botanic Garden