Matthew Modine & Celia Noble To Join Cast Of 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

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Olivia Award nominee Celia Noble and Hollywood 'A lister' Matthew Modine are to join the West End cast of To Kill a Mockingbird next month. Performances of the popular production are due to continue until at least February 4th, 2023 at the Gielgud Theatre and tickets to To Kill a Mockingbird in London can currently be booked both online and through the box office.

Modine will take over the role of lawyer Atticus Finch from Richard Coyle. Modine is perhaps best known for his roles in 'What the Deaf Man Heard', 'And the Band Played On', as well as 'Short Cuts' which won him a coveted Golden Globe award. Modine also previously appeared on the London stage in 2006 in 'Resurrection Blues' and has been seen recently on screen as Dr. Martin “Papa” Brenner in the Netflix supernatural drama 'Stranger Things'.

The Olivier-Award nominated actress Cecilia Noble also joins the cast and will take on the role of Calpurnia. Other notable members of the cast from next month will be Anna Munden, who will play Scout Finch, Jason Hughes as Bob Ewell, Sam Mitchell as Jem Finch, and Ellis Howard as Dill Harris.

The full company for To Kill a Mockingbird from November 21st will feature Natasha Williams, Harry Attwell, Helen Belbin, Jude Owusu, Jack Crumlin, Niall Buggy, Nigel Lister, Cheryl Burniston, Niamh James, Colin R Campbell, Alan Drake, Max Ferguson, Phillipa Flynn, John Hastings, Rebecca Hayes, Simon Hepworth, Julie Legrand, Tom Mannion, Tiwai Muza, Itoya Osagiede, Oyin Oyjia, David Sturzaker, and George Telfer. Musicians Candida Caldicot, Jack Benjamin, and Ciyo Brown will continue their roles in the production.

The plot of the To Kill A Mockingbird play is set in a small-town in 1930's Alabama and follows lawyer Atticus Finch and his family as he is tasked with defending the wrongfully accused negro Tom Robinson. Based on the classic novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird explores racial tensions and the justice system of the time through the eyes of Finch's daughter Scout. Aaron Sorkin has adapted To Kill a Mockingbird for the London stage.

To Kill a Mockingbird is directed by Bartlett Sher and features sound design by Scott Lehrer, costume design by Ann Roth, set design by Miriam Buether, and lighting design by Jennifer Tipton.

Performances of the To Kill a Mockingbird play are currently at the Gielgud Theatre.  The venue has three levels with premium seating being situated in the centre of the Stalls section and at the front of the Dress Circle. There are several different price bands within the theatre and studying the seating plan to find the cut off points to these price bands can be beneficial to the price you pay for your tickets. There is also some value to be had in the clear view seats in the Grand Circle however this section is on the second floor and quite high up which may not be to everyone's liking but could suit customers looking for cheap tickets for To Kill A Mockingbird.  Due to the star performers appearing in the cast of To Kill A Mockingbird it is unlikely that official discounts will be available for this production for the forseeable future however, bargain hunters looking to secure lastminute theatre tickets can look at midweek performances and matinees (which may feature understudy actors) to keep the prices down. Prices can also come down during quiet periods in the weeks following school holidays at other off peak times so please check our website regularly to monitor price fluctuations.

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