Rhubarb 2019

ST EDWARD’S r h u b a r b


On Screen and Stage

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Florence Pugh (D, 2009-2014) was named ‘Breakthrough Brit’ by BAFTA in 2016 and has gone from strength to strength. She has been seen in William Oldroyd’s Lady Macbeth , based on Nikolai Leskov’s Russian novella, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk , and as Cordelia in Richard Eyre’s BBC adaptation of King Lear alongside Anthony Hopkins, Emily Watson, Jim Broadbent and Emma Thompson. More recently, as pictured, she has appeared on the small screen as Charlie Ross in Park Chan-wook’s stylish adaptation of John le Carré’s The Little Drummer Girl . Pippa Bennett-Warner (J, 2001-2006) played Lauren in MotherFatherSon , Tom Rob Smith’s original eight-part drama for BBC Two. We are grateful for her speech at Gaudy prize giving. Hugh Coles (H, 2006-2011) took a leading role in the film The Festival. Emilia Clarke (K, 2000-2005) recently appeared in the much- anticipated final season of Game of Thrones . Barney Hughes (B, 2004-2009) made his debut in Les Mis é rables in London’s West End. Nick Lloyd Webber (K, 1992- 1997) composed songs included in Kay Mellor’s musical Fat Friends Cat Robey (K, 2004-2006) directed The Shy Manifesto by Michael Ross at Live Theatre Newcastle and on national tour. She is currently developing My Turn Now , an adaptation of the book Growing Old Disgracefully ; We The Young Strong  by Nicola Baldwin supported by The Lowry, The Criterion and Arts Council England; On Arriving by American playwright Ivan Faute; and Weathered , a Cuban play by Abel González Melo. Phoebe Williams (M, 2008- 2013) has worked as a freelance event photographer and was Art Department Assistant on the film Bohemian Rhapsody released in October 2018.


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