Archive for the ‘Soldier's Tale’ Category

Lilly & Christopher Confirmed - Soldier’s Tale DVD rumor…

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

Will’s official website has confirmed that he will be joining the cast of “MISS LILLY GETS BONED or The Loss of All Elephant Elders” at The Finborough Theatre in London from 22nd June  -  10th July 2010. The site also confirms Will’s involvement in the BBC2 drama “Christopher And His Kind”. We at willkemp.org have also heard rumors that, while in Japan last year, a TV & DVD filming of The Soldier’s Tale was made! Apparently it aired New Year’s Eve on the Wow Wow channel in Japan and will be available on DVD soon. (We presume only in Japan but will keep you posted….)

Soldier’s Tale hits Japan!

Friday, September 11th, 2009

While we all take a moment to remember the sad anniversary of 9/11 we can all take heart and wish Will and the cast of Soldier’s Tale all the very best for a successful run in Japan. The opening night is tonight in Tokyo! Here is a little preview that appeared in  The Japanese Times  recently. We at willkemp.org look forward to filling you in on the Tour as news comes in.fq20090911a1a.jpg

More Soldier’s Tale Posters from Japan

Monday, July 27th, 2009

soldiers-tale-poster-front-chirashi-resize-front.jpg   soldiers-tale-poster-back-chirashi-resize-back.jpg  Click on the images to see larger versions in the Will Kemp Fansite Flickr Gallery. (It also helps if you read Japanese!)

Soldier’s Tale goes to Japan!

Monday, July 20th, 2009

soldiers-tale-poster_2.jpg    Will Kemp fans will remember The Soldier’s Tale from it’s performances at The Opera House’s Linbury Theatre in London - well it is now going to Tokyo & Osaka this September! Japanese audiences are in for a real treat as this is the first time Will Kemp and Adam Cooper have been in the same production together in Japan. Will plays the role of the Narrator in what The Critics call “Heaven, Hell and all points between” - The Observer, “A production that allows every member of the team to fly” - The Guardian, and simply “A Triumph” - The Financial Times. Visit the japanese website for more info.