Cast announced for The Three Musketeers

Saturday 23 June 2018

Casting - Open Air Theatre - Shows

Casting has been announced for Iris Theatre's The Three Musketeers, an exciting promenade production which will be playing at St. Paul's Church in Covent Garden from 2 August to 2 September 2018.
The Three Musketeers at Iris Theatre

Image: Iris Theatre

This August, Jenny Horsthuis (Swift in Word, Corbett Theatre; Macbeth, St. Paul's Church; Inside Pussy Riot, Saatchi Gallery) will return to St. Paul's Church to star as the brave hero d'Artagnan in Iris Theatre's thrilling re-gendered The Three Musketeers.

Also returning to St. Paul's is Matt Stubbs (A Serious Business, Pleasance Theatre/The Hat Factory; A Midsummer Night's Dream, Stafford Castle; Macbeth, St. Paul's Church) who will be playing Athos - one of the formidable musketeers.

Completing the infamous trio are Albert De Jongh (The White Princess, Starz Network; As You Like It, Petersfield Shakespeare Festival; King John, Union Theatre) and Elliot Liburd (Bismillah: An ISIS Tragicomedy, Pleasance Theatre; The Girl With The Iron Claws, Dartington; Titus Andronicus, Fourth Monkey Theatre Company) who will be playing Aramis and Porthos respectively.

Cast of The Three Musketeers from Iris Theatre

Image: Cast of The Three Musketeers

They are joined by Ailsa Joy (Bad Jews, Theatre Royal Haymarket and UK Tour; Two Gentlemen of Verona, Guildford Shakespeare Company; TimePlays, Hampton Court Palace) as Milady and Bethan Rose Young (The Great Gatsby, Theatr Clwyd; Cosy, Millennium Centre Wales; Dead Born Grow, Frantic Assembly) as Constance.

Stephan Boyce (Dangling, Southwark Playhouse; Thirst, The Space; Romeo & Juliet Unzipped, Salisbury Playhouse) who plays Tréville, the moral leader of the Musketeers, will round off this stellar cast.

Directed by Paul-Ryan Carberry, this epic family production will be an exhilarating promenade experience in the middle of the West End's Covent Garden.

Young audiences will be hypnotised as heroic deeds, epic duels (with spectacular sword fights choreographed by Roger Bartlett, Treasure Island 2016) and a lavish masquerade ball all come to life in this huge outdoor adventure.

Daniel Winder's adaptation of this classic novel promises to be a retelling that you've never seen it before.

Mr Carberry comments ...

"Our team is delighted to be bringing this epic play to life.

This bold adaptation will put a contemporary lens on Alexandre Dumas' classic novel making it an even more important and relevant story for today.

Our female d'Artagnan will fight to show that her skill, courage and fierce intelligence defines her and not her gender.

We have assembled a wonderfully talented cast and I am so looking forward to working with them and the team to create this outdoor summer adventure."


Heroic deeds, epic duels and a lavish masquerade ball all come to life in a huge, outdoor adventure for all the family.

It's 1626 and a young d'Artagnan sets out for Paris, determined to join the King's Musketeers.

There's just one problem, women aren't allowed.

Undaunted, our heroine disguises herself as a man and manages to befriend the legendary Musketeer trio Athos, Aramis and Porthos.

The four fast friends are soon caught up in deadly plot involving the Queen, twelve diamond studs and the safety of the entire French state.

Will this mean war with England?

Will all four of our heroes survive?

And will anyone discover d'Artagnan's secret?


d'Artagnan - Jenny Horsthuis

Athos/ Cardinal Richelieu - Matt Stubbs

Milady de Winter - Ailsa Joy

Constance/ Queen of France - Bethan Rose Young

Aramis/ Lord Buckingham/ Triboulet - Albert De Jongh

Porthos/ King of France - Elliot Liburd

Planchet/ Tréville/ Rochefort/ Lord Winter - Stephan Boyce


Author: Adapted by Daniel Winder
Composer: Nick Hart
Director: Paul-Ryan Carberry
Set designer: Abby&Alice
Costume designer: Kathleen Nellis
Choreography: Ellen Jakubiel
Lighting: Ciarán Cunningham
Sound: Adam Welsh
Fight director: Roger Bartlett


Iris Theatre
St Paul's Church
Bedford St
Covent Garden


From: Thursday 2 August 2018

Closed: Sunday 2 September 2018


Previews: £14

Standard: £20

Concessions: Children (under 16): £14


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