Felicity Kendal and Tim Pigott-Smith among stars cast in Theatre Royal Bath season
Theatre Royal Bath’s summer season will see Felicity Kendal, Tim Pigott-Smith, Alison Steadman and Clare Higgins perform across its programme of four productions.
Pigott-Smith will appear opposite Higgins in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf by Edward Albee, which launches the season.
Former Royal Shakespeare Company director Adrian Noble will direct the show, which runs from June 18 to July 5.
Kendal will star in Noel Coward’s Hay Fever, directed by Lindsay Posner – which marks his debut directing a play by Coward. It runs from August 20 to September 6.
An adaptation of Emile Zola’s Therese Raquin by Helen Edmundson will see Steadman appear as Madame Raquin. Directed by Jonathan Munby, the show runs from July 30 t0 August 16.
Meanwhile, Kafka’s Dick by Alan Bennett will be staged by July 9 to 26 and is directed by David Grindley.
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