We join Sir Alec Guinness in the late 70s, as Star Wars is set to become one of the biggest films of all time, featuring his iconic performance as Obi-Wan Kenobi. Amidst fears he will be remembered only as a Jedi, Sir Alec hadn’t counted on the involvement of a master spy…
Mark Burgess’ lively and funny play sees Trevor Littledale offer an uncanny portrayal of one of the world’s best-loved stars reflecting on acting, faith, family and his shattering insecurity.
“A first rate performance: this is a great piece of writing, directing and acting” The Latest Brighton
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