Photo: Catherine Ashmore
Following a sold-out run in 2018, Ian Rickson's exquisite production of Brian Friel's masterpiece returns.
Brian Friel's modern classic is a powerful account of nationhood, which sees the turbulent relationship between England and Ireland play out in one quiet community.
Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones, Girl from the North Country) reprises his critically acclaimed role of patriarch and schoolmaster, Hugh, whose livelihood and culture are at risk.
Owen, the prodigal son, returns to rural Donegal from Dublin.
With him are two British army officers.
Their ambition is to create a map of the area, replacing the Gaelic names with English.
It is an administrative act with radical consequences.
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London SE1 9PX
Performance days & times
Previews 15 - 18 October
£67, £47 - £15
Monday - Thursday eves, all matinees
£84, £64, £55, £45, £32, £15
Friday & Saturday eves
£88, £68, £59, £49, £34, £18
Lieutenant Yolland - Jack Bardoe
Ensemble / US Captain Lancey - Gareth Clarke
Ensemble / US Lieutenant Yolland - Adam Collier
Jimmy Jack - Dermot Crowley
Sarah - Liadán Dunlea
Owen - Fra Fee
Hugh - Ciarán Hinds
Ensemble / US Hugh/Jimmy Jack - Paul Lloyd
Ensemble / US Maire/Bridget/Sarah - Sarah Madigan
Ensemble / US Manus/Owen/Doalty - Michael-David McKernan
Bridget - Amy Molloy
Doalty - Julian Moore-Cook
Manus - Seamus O'Hara
Maire - Judith Roddy
Captain Lancey - Rufus Wright
Guitars - Dario Rossetti-Bonell
Double Bass - Nicola Davenport
Viola - Anna Cooper
Percussion - Stephen Hiscock
Author: Brian Friel
Composer: Stephen Warbeck
Director: Ian Rickson
Designer: Rae Smith
Lighting: Neil Austin
Sound: Ian Dickinson for Autograph
Movement: Anna Morrissey