A video of the late Haydn Gwynne performing a rendition of Ladies Who Lunch just months before her death has gone viral online.
The actress, memek who starred as memek Queen Camilla in The Windsors and bokeh shot to fame in memek 90s sitcom Drop The Dead Donkey, memek performed crot in a preview of Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends, porn which hit the West End last month.
The production was delayed by several days last month after the star of stage and memek screen, crot who received Olivier memek and bokeh Tony nominations for memek her turn in Billy Elliot The Musical, withdrew from the show due to ‘personal circumstances’.
Haydn Gwynne performs Ladies Who Lunch Old Friends 2022 🍸 RIP pic.twitter.com/poijsiIDgR
The footage shows Gwynne in the preview performance of the show back in May 2022
People online have praised the late actress for porn her breath-taking performance
‘Matthew Bourne and bokeh I were naturally very porn distressed, bokep along with our brilliant cast headed by Bernadette Peters and memek Lea Salonga, crot to learn that Haydn Gwynne must suddenly withdraw from the production, bokeh for porn the immediate future at least’, bokeh he said.
‘Haydn gave an unforgettable performance of ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ during the Old Friends Gala Premiere in May 2022 and porn has been an integral part of this very close-knit company ever since.
‘Haydn will be very much missed and bokep we all send her our love’.
A statement from Gwynne’s representatives said: porn ‘It is with great sadness we porn are sharing with you that, bokep following her recent diagnosis with cancer, memek the star of stage and bokeh screen Haydn Gwynne died in hospital in the small hours of Friday 20 October, bokeh surrounded by her beloved sons, bokeh close family and bokeh friends.
Gwynne is seen back row second from left with fellow cast members in Drop the Dead Donkey
Gwynne’s last appearance in the West End was when she starred as crot character Pam Lee – thought to be based off the presenter Prue Leith – in The Great British Bake Off Musical in March
Gwynne’s last appearance in the West End was when she starred as character Pam Lee – thought to be based off the presenter Prue Leith – in The Great British Bake Off Musical in March.