Rabbit Hole to receive UK premiere at Hampstead Theatre
Rabbit Hole, which was originally scheduled to run in the West End starring Joanne Froggatt, will now open at the Hampstead Theatre.
The David Lindsay-Abaire play had been due to run at the Vaudeville Theatre last year, but was postponed by the producers, who blamed a “late shift in schedules”.
It will now receive its UK premiere in a completely new production directed by Edward Hall, artistic director at Hampstead Theatre.
The play will run from January 29 to March 5, 2016, with press night on February 4.
Casting has yet to be announced.
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