A few more weeks to go until the US premiere of the 6-part miniseries Wolf Hall on Sunday, April 5 at 10/9c on PBS. Make sure to check out PBS’s Wolf Hall page for trailers, exclusive interviews, and more: pbs.org/wolfhall
Wolf Hall Soundtrack
Original Music composed and conducted by Debbie Wiseman and performed by The Locrian Ensemble of London
Released March 6, 2015
On its release in the UK in March, the soundtrack to Wolf Hall went straight to number one in the Classical Chart and number nine on the US Classical Chart.
- Wolf Hall
- Prophecies and Dreams
- Devil’s Spit
- Monstrous Servant
- Forgive Me
- The Scholar
- Master of Phantoms
- Anna Regina
- Still I Love Him
- The Smallest Compliment
- The Unicorn’s Horn
- Whom the Lord Loves
- Austin Friars
- Angel Wings
- Just Words
- Entirely Beloved
To sample the playlist, visit YouTube here
Soundtrack can be purchased at Amazon as streaming, MP3 or Audio CD.
Still hungry for the Wolf? Where to see your favourite Wolf Hall actors in the cinema and at the theatre in London
by OLIVIA WILLIAMS – Evening Standard – 25 February 2015
We are going to miss the drama of Wolf Hall, all whispered threats, candlelit stares and Henry VIII’s alarming mood swings. Hilary Mantel’s bewitching tale was a televisual feast but now the final episode has aired, where will we get our fix of all those fine British actors?
Luckily, many of the key Wolf Hall players will be treading the boards across London this spring. You’ll be able to experience Damian Lewis’s husky repartee and Mark Rylance’s brooding looks in the flesh. Failing that, you can head to the cinema to watch Mark Gatiss continue his sinister streak in Victor Frankenstein, or Tom Holland still having a hard time — on an 1820 whaling trip in In the Heart of the Sea.
Here’s a rundown of where you can see your favourite Wolf Hallers next.
Damian Lewis (Henry VIII)
See him in: American Buffalo, Wyndham’s Theatre, Apr 16-Jun 27
What to expect: From blue blood to blue collar as Lewis swaps his tights and codpiece for worker’s overalls in David Mamet’s 1970s drama. He’s dusting off his Homeland-perfected American accent to play a small-time Chicago crook planning a heist. There won’t be quite the wheeler-dealing of Henry’s court, but expect betrayal and dark comedy in Lewis’s first West End performance since he starred in The Misanthrope with Keira Knightley in 2009.
More info: americanbuffalotheplay.com
Read the rest of the original article at The Evening Standard
Damian Lewis’ Inspiration for Wolf Hall’s Henry VIII: ‘Wills and Harry’
Damian Lewis reveals the unlikely inspiration behind his portrayal of Henry VIII
by Hannah Furness and Gaby Wood – The Telegraph – 21 January 2015
As he plays a handsome Henry VIII, pacing his palaces as he negotiates a split with Rome, one might have thought Damian Lewis would turn to the history books for assistance.
But the actor has disclosed an unusual inspiration for his part in Wolf Hall: The Duke of Cambridge and his brother, Prince Harry.