Guardian Website Article

January 2019

The star of Antonioni’s The Passenger talks about working with Jack Nicholson, Derek Jarman and John Cassavetes, and the cautionary tale of her friend, Last Tango actor Maria Schneider.

Jenny Runacre had an uncanny experience when she saw herself in a 43-year-old film recently. The woman on screen was her, but the voice was not hers.

Read the Article on the Guardian website here
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/jan/03/jenny-runacre-i-didnt-want-hollywoods-humiliations

Michelangelo Antonioni at the BFI

January 2019

BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE are running a retrospective of Michelangelo Antonioni’s work including a digitally enhanced version of “The Passenger” on at the BFI various dates from Friday 4th January – Friday 24th February 2019 –
https://www.bfi.org.uk/whats-on

The Lady of the Camellias

January 2019

Jenny is appearing in the Nimbus Theatre Company’s production of The Lady of the Camellias at Waterloo East Theatre in London from Thursday 7th March until 24th March 2019.

Jenny Runacre in Lady of Camellias

Ticket information: Waterloo East Theatre | Award Winning Off West End Theatre | London

The famous story of Parisian courtesan, Marguerite Gautier, known as  the Lady of the Camellias because of her fondness for that flower, was first given as a  theatrical performance in Paris in the 1890s, starring the legendary Sarah Barnhardt.

It was famously filmed by MGM in 1936  as ‘Camille ’with Greta Garbo in the title role.

The Verdi opera ‘La Traviata’ is based on the same story.

Nimbus Theatre is proud to present this new  adaptation of  the romantic tale of beautiful professional seductress, Marguerite, who gives up her life of wealth and glamour for a love that ends in tragedy. Set in Paris in the 1850s the play is presented in period costume.

Directed by Cloud Downey

Cast: Ashleigh Cole, Jason Plessas, Mark Shaer, Robin Pinkney, Cloud Downey, Nicolaus Mackie and Jenny Runacre

Battle of Soho Q&A

November 2017

Jenny will be taking part in a Q&A about the film Battle of Soho tomorrow night. Film showing.

2 November 6:30pm at the Genesis Cinema 93-95 Mile End Road E1 4UJ

Jenny Runacre in Battle of Soho

The Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Rescue Auction

November 2017

The Great Rock n Roll Rescue Auction

Stoke Newington Literary Festival

December 2016

On the panel at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival with Andrew Logan.

jenny runacre stoke newington literary festival

Battle of Soho

November 2017

Jenny Runacre in Battle of Soho a film about the ongoing battle between the residents of Soho and the Developers.  On at the Curzon Cinema Soho on December 15th 2016 – directed by Aro Korol.

Jenny Runacre in Battle of Soho

Jenny Runacre in Battle of Soho

English National Ballet’s film “Curing Albrecht”

December 2016

Jenny Runacre as Myrtha in the English National Ballet’s film “Curing Albrecht” directed and choreographed by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright.

Jenny Runacre as Myrtha

Enter Queen Lear

December 2016

Playing the Queen Lear  from “Enter Queen Lear” by Timeri N Murari  on at the Drayton Arms Theatre, SW5 0LJ.   A Streetwise Film Production directed by Simone Vause.

Jenny Runacre - Enter Queen Lear

Jenny Runacre - Enter Queen Lear

Jenny Runacre (seated) and Charlotte Winder

Jenny Runacre - Enter Queen Lear

Playing the Queen Lear

 

The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

January 2016

Jenny will be appearing in The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 7th to the 19th of March.

jenny runacre in The Ghost Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

 

Also appearing are…Claire Louise Amias as the Vampire, Jamie Birkett as the Broken Doll, Billy Clarke as the Frankenstein Monster, Jonathan Rigby as the Devil and James Swanton as the Ghost, with Grace Ker as the Ticket Inspector.

The play is written by Christopher Fowler, Stephen Gallagher, Sean Hogan, Kim Newman, Lynda E. Rucker, Robert Shearman and Lisa Tuttle. It’s a Bad Bat Production, produced by Ellen Gallagher and Steve Jordan.

Book your tickets here