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Casting Announced For West End Return Of ‘People, Places & Things’

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Full casting has been revealed ahead of the West End return of Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places and Things, which will open at the Trafalgar Theatre on 3rd May.

Jeremy Herrin will direct the production which will star Denise Gough, who reprises her Olivier Award-winning role as Emma, Sinéad Cusack as Doctor/Therapist/Mum, Malachi Kirby as Mark, Danny Kirrane as Foster, and Kevin McMonagle as Dad/Paul.

The cast will also include Holly Atkins as Charlotte, Paksie Vernon as Jodi, Ryan Hutton as Shaun, Dillon Scott-Lewis as T. Russell Anthony, Louise Templeton, and Ayọ̀ Owóyẹmi-Peters, who makes her debut in the West End as Laura complete the company.

Macmillan’s play focuses on actor Emma, who is in the grip of addiction and checks into rehab after suffering a breakdown halfway through Chekhov’s The Seagull.

Gough scooped the Best Actress award at both the 2016 Olivier Awards and the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards for her performance as Emma in People Places, and Things in 2015 at the National Theatre. In March 2016, the production transferred to Wyndham’s Theatre, before a showcasing in New York in October 2017 at St. Ann’s Warehouse.

The creative team behind the production features acclaimed director Jeremy Herrin, lighting designer James Farncombe, set designer Bunny Christie, music by Matthew Herbert, movement director Polly Bennett, sound designer Tom Gibbons, costume designer Christina Cunningham, and video designer Andrzej Goulding.

 

Booking & Theatre Info For People, Places and Things

The Trafalgar Theatre (formally Trafalgar Studios) is a small West End theatre located on Whitehall and has a capacity of 616 seats.

The best seats in the theatre are situated in rows D to H in the centre section of the Stalls which offer excellent, central, intimate, and completely unobstructed views of the stage. The rows A to C at the front of the Dress Circle are also excellent, and offer elevated views of the action down below for people who prefer to look down on the stage.

Value for money can be found in the middle rows of the Dress Circle which can tend to be slightly cheaper than the premium seats, but thanks to a decent rake have clear views of the stage. Either the side seating in the Stalls or further back from premium will also save money without compromising on the overall experience and will suit those on a budget looking for cheap People, Places and Things tickets or last-minute shows in London.

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