A live recording of the London play that delves into the imagination of late fashion designer Alexander McQueen as he discovers a girl lurking in the basement of his house and takes her on a journey through the city.
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The critically acclaimed West End hit is brought to life in McQueen, an unforgettable journey into the mind of British fashion's most notorious and brilliant artist, Alexander McQueen. McQueen discovers a strange and beautiful girl, Dahlia, lurking in the basement of his house. She says that she has been watching him from a tree in his garden for the last 11 nights. At first wary of this mysterious intruder, McQueen begins to believe that the girl might know him better than he knows himself. Together she and McQueen go on a wild trip through London at night, visiting the places and people (including fashion editor Isabella Blow, played by Tracy-Ann Oberman) that have shaped him, looking for redemption, love and, as always, inspiration.
McQueen is a play by British playwright James Phillips, inspired by a statement Alexander McQueen made in 2008: "I've got a 600-year-old elm tree in my garden. I made up a story: a girl lives in it and comes out of the darkness to meet a prince and becomes a queen." See more »