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To Kill a Mockingbird announces West End cast

To Kill a Mockingbird announces West End cast
Back (l to r): Pamela Nomvete, Jim Norton, Rafe Spall, Jude Owusu Foreground (l to r): David Moorst, Gwyneth Keyworth, Harry Redding © The Other Richard
Written by Lewis Wilson

The full cast list for the UK premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird has been announced! Performances will begin at the Gielgud Theatre on the 10th March 2022.

Cast for To Kill A Mockingbird

Joining the previously announced Rafe Spall as Atticus Finch are Harry Attwell as Mr Cunningham/Boo Radley and Amanda Boxer as Mrs Henry Dubose. In addition to, Poppy Lee Friar as Mayella Ewell, John Hastings as Bailiff and Simon Hepworth as Mr Roscoe/Dr Reynolds. Joined by, Laura Howard as Miss Stephanie/Dill’s Mother, Lloyd Hutchinson as Link Deas and Gwyneth Keyworth as Scout Finch.

Furthermore, Tom Mannion as Sheriff Heck Tate, David Moorst as Dill Harris and Pamela Nomvete as Calpurnia. As well as, Jim Norton as Judge Taylor, Patrick O’Kane as Bob Ewell and Jude Owusu as Tom Robinson. Further casting is Harry Redding as Jem Finch, David Sturzaker as Horace Gilmer and Natasha Williams as Mrs Dubose’s Maid. Lastly the cast is Helen BelbinLaurence BelcherPaul BirchardRyan Ellsworth and Rebecca Hayes. Along with, Danny Hetherington, Matthew Jure, Anna Munden and Itoya Osagiede making up the ensemble.

Creative Team

The new stage adaptation by Aaron Sorkin is based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. The show is directed by Bartlett Sher. Sher’s production features a creative team of Miriam Buether on set design, Ann Roth on costume design and Jennifer Tipton on lighting design. Additionally, Scott Lehrer is the sound designer, Adam Guettel with the original score and Kimberly Grigsby on music supervision. With Campbell Young Associates on hair and wigs.

Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, published in 1960, explores racial injustice in America. It features one of the most iconic characters in literary history – small-town lawyer Atticus Finch.

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