Charles, along with fellow Blithe Spirit comrades Dame Angela Lansbury and Jemima Rooper, will take the production to LA, San Francisco, Toronto and Washington in a nationwide tour next year.
Full details of dates and venues can be found HERE.
You Yanks better look after our Charlie and take good care of him ;)
(© BBC/Masterpiece for PBS)
OK folks, I have done the deed.
HYCE now has a Twitter page, so please follow, spread the word, and I shall provide you all with virtual cake for your efforts.
Or at least lots more gifs of this bloke:
LOL@ Doyle giving Heather longing looks from inside a ditch.
Yeah, Flobert, you’re being all nicely wicey now to Greggers after he got your sodding money back, when you were practically ignoring/trying to avoid him for the entirety of that day.
Also Greggers has a lovely smile in the second gif but that’s beside the point.
Cutie pie muffincakes.
Charles Edwards and Joseph Fiennes rehearsing Happy Days in the Art World in New York from 2011
I grabbed this video from here, but not long after it popped up online, the site chopped down the original 3 minute version (that you see here) down to 2 minutes. This clip contains 6 f-words (which probably explains the cutting) and extra dialogue from both characters. So consider this a rarity. Enjoy!
Also don’t ask me to try to explain this play to you, I really have no clue what is going on. Hopefully, this may help, at least a little bit. (Contains an interview with Joseph and Charlie.)
Pity I wasn’t on duty when they brought you in. #InspectorWarnerIsAwesome
Hello. I've seen Charles Edwards in various things and have liked what he has done. But it wasn't until I recently bought The Globe's dvd of Much Ado About Nothing that I really realised what a brilliant actor he is. I'm so envious that you got to meet him. I follow him on twitter already. I was wondering if you know how people can get to hear about when he's doing a stage production of some kind? As I would love to see him in the theatre. Many thanks.
Yes, well, at the moment, seeing as he hasn’t got his own site, the only places that (try to) stay up to date with the latest goings on is here and spiffyjellybean (that’s run by Jennifer, a lovely lady friend of mine ;D). I guess it’s just a case of following the right theatre-based Twitter pages (WhatsOnStage, Broadway.com) and having a good look around Google and with enough perseverance, we often get results.
However, throughout July and August, he’s been unusually quiet (as evident by the severe lack of material/activity on my blog and on his Twitter page, haha). Normally he’s cooped up in a West End show and would be quite regular on Twitter (at least in my eyes), but I don’t know what he’s been doing as of late. Me and a couple of others have come to the conclusion he’s most likely rehearsing/filming something PRETTY BIG… that or he’s having a really REALLY long holiday at one of his favourite haunts (eg Portugal), but that’s unlikely.
The latest thing we can look forward to, what he recorded round the end of June/beginning of July is Welcome To Our Village… a sci-fi radio sitcom thing, which’ll be on Radio 4 middle of October.
I wouldn’t worry too much tho, cos he has been on stage at least once every year (without fail) since 2003. He absolutely adores the theatre so I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see him pop up in something very soon :)