Galvin at Windows, 22 Park Lane, London W1 (020 7208 4021) With views that take in Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park and the London Eye, it almost doesn’t matter what the food is like.
We were six floors up, on the “penthouse” level of the Trinity Leeds building.If there is no availability showing, please call us directly on 01.Group bookings: If you would like to book a table for a large party or are interested in our private dining options, please call us on 01. Why not buy a gift card for friends or family to redeem here, or at any of our D&D London sister restaurants!During a pre-rehearsal chat, the ebullient Glover explained why her new character “has a hold on me and won’t let go." On a scale of 1 to 10, how big a fan of Hamilton were you before joining the Chicago company? It honestly didn’t occur to me that I would ever play any of the roles. The music blows you away when you’re seeing the play, but when you really get into it and start pulling it apart—putting your hands in the meatloaf, as I like to say—it just keeps climbing. Fantine was huge preparation: singing and loving and being beaten and dying while corsets are being ripped on and off. The moment I did my most costume fitting, I felt transported. I’m living five minutes away from the theater, which is helpful, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to get acquainted with Chi Town.
But once your Memphis co-star James Monroe Iglehart joined the Broadway company… [Laughs.] You know, I had been so busy when Hamilton was coming together—I was playing Fantine in Les Miz, working on The Royale at Lincoln Center Theater, and then I went to Toronto to do this new piece, Sousatzka, with Vicki Clark. One of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s greatest achievements is making the women in Hamilton as striking as the men. The Royale was set at the turn of the last century, and I had a corset and petticoats and an overdress that was its own entity. And when you join a company like this, you get 100 new friends right away!
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