Check out these new photos where Hannah is posing on one of the Langham hotel’s luxurious beds to promote The Armour. Beautiful pictures! Hannah tweeted tweeted about the pictures, also referring to Daily Mail’s word choices.
EDIT: Unfortunately I was asked to delete the pictures but they can still be viewed on Daily Mail.
Hannah Spearritt will be treading the West End boards before she heads out on tour with S Club 7 for the first time in ten years. The actress will appear in The Armour, a play by Ben Ellis that will be staged at The Langham Hotel in London this Spring. Hannah appears in sultry shots from the play in which she looks provocatively at the camera from the comfort of one of the hotel’s luxurious beds.
Audiences are invited once again to explore the glamourous surroundings of the Langham Hotel for the premiere of The Armour starring Spearritt and Finty Williams. The cast will lead theatregoers through three interlinking stories, each performed in three separate intimate spaces within the iconic hotel.
Directed by James Hillier, The Armour focuses on events at the hotel taking place over three different time periods. In 2015, Hannah’s character Poppy is on a comeback tour after a period of self-destruction and self-doubt as her manager Franky (Thomas Craig) tries to boost her flagging confidence to get her on stage and play the gig of her life.
The next part focuses on the Seventies when the Langham was occupied by the BBC, where Simon Darwen and Siubhan Harrison play a successful couple with a growing shipping business waiting to be interviewed for a current affairs programme about their growing international shipping empire. In the third piece of the play audiences are transported back to 1971 when the hotel first opened and Emperor Napoleon III and his wife Eugenie were seeking refuge. Defibrillator, a theatre company run by Hillier and Stage One producer Trish Wadley, created the theatrical project having previously staged three little performed Tennessee Williams plays in Langham suites to critical acclaim.
Hannah has previously made West End appearances in One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket) and Southwark Playhouse’s The Belle’s Stratagem. ‘I’m loving working at the Langham, its well posh,’ Hannah says. ‘Poppy’s great fun to play, she’s an absolute nutcase. It’s an intimate space, very up close and personal, like a tin of sardines! I’m enjoying that side of it. ‘The audience end up feeling like a fly on the wall!’
The Armour will be playing from London’s Langham Hotel from 3 March to 4 April
Source: Daily Mail