Murray, who met Parish when they were starring in hair salon drama Cutting It, tells me the opening is planned for 2020 and it will cost £70 million.
The hospital will be in Southampton but will cater for London too, says Murray.
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Ayckbourn’s Way Up Stream centres on four old friends, one cruising boat, two weeks off work, and the perfect setting of the beautiful River Orb. Plenty can, and does, in typical Ayckbourn style, as relationships become frayed before the ignition key is even turned.
Waters get even choppier when the troubled crew bump into enigmatic seadog Vince and his bohemian friend, Fleur.
But this is looking amazing – it’s very, very striking.” Director Nadia Fall and writer Alan Ayckbourn will be in conversation with author and broadcaster Paul Allen on Monday, April 27 at 5.45pm. Join the technical crew, cast and creative teams for 90 minutes of insight, demonstration and discussion on the making of a production on Thursday, May 7 at 10.30am. There will be the chance to meet some of the Way Upstream company at a post-show discussion hosted by author Simon Brett on Monday, May 11.
She’ll be back soon in W1A but Sarah Parish has another project close to her heart.
Their latest event to support the hospital is The Odd Ball, at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on November 28.
Murray says: “We are reaching out to corporate sponsors, and London because the hospital will cater for it.
Sarah told the : “I’ve always wanted to work at Chichester because it has such a fantastic reputation. Publically it’s a very tempestuous relationship; they are happy to air their laundry in public!
It’s a very ugly relationship but I think there’s a reason and I’m trying to explore why she’s the ‘gobby’ one!
“Ayckbourn is such an amazing writer and his characters are well rounded.