Mark Burgess' funny & insightful play sees the late, great Sir Alec Guinness reveal his shattering insecurity as he reflects on acting, faith and family.
Late 1970’s. Star Wars has just been released & looks set to become one of the biggest films of all time. But Sir Alec Guinness is worried that future generations will only remember him for his portrayal of Obi-Wan Kenobi rather than for brilliant performances in films such as Kind Hearts And Coronets and The Bridge On The River Kwai.
Mark Burgess’ funny & insightful play sees Trevor Littledale give a virtuoso performance as Guinness as he reflects on acting, faith, family & his shattering insecurity all played out against a background of the golden days of British film & theatre.