Emma Corrin of The Crown reunites with the director of My Policeman for a new project

Emma Corrin of The Crown reunites with the director of My Policeman for a new project ...

Emma Corrin, who starred in the film My Policeman, is reunited with Michael Grandage, who directed them, for a brand new project.

The actor will reprise his role on the London stage for a play based on Virginia Woolf's novel Orlando: A Biography.

The novel follows Woolf's real-life lover Vita Sackville-West's journey through their 300-year existence, transforming the protagonist from male to female and interacting with figures from English literature. The Orlando novel is often cited as one of Woolf's finest works.

Neil Bartlett, who has worked on The Game of Love and Chance and The Portrait of Dorian Gray, will direct the novel in the West End later in the autumn.

"Neil Bartlett's joyous new adaptation of Virginia Woolfs Orlando stretches time and gender, challenging us to remember that nothing really matters except the courage to be yourself," Grandage said.

"I'm delighted that MGC is returning to the West End with Emma Corrin to share this heartfelt story with a whole new audience," says the author.

Corrin made their West End debut last year at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and said on Instagram that they're in absolute tears. "It's a massive honor to be working with @michaelgrandagecompany again and to bring Orlando to the West End."

Corrin will soon be seen on the big screen in the film My Policeman, alongside Harry Styles. The film follows Styles' character Tom marrying Marrion while secretly having an affair with another man in a time when same-sex relationships were illegal.

The dates and tickets for Orlando haven't been released yet, but we'll keep you updated as soon as we know.

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