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National Theatre’s Nine Night announces West End transfer

Oliver Alvin-Wilson as Robert and Ricky Fearon as Uncle Vince in Nine Night at the National Theatre. Photo: Helen Murray Oliver Alvin-Wilson as Robert and Ricky Fearon as Uncle Vince in Nine Night at the National Theatre. Photo: Helen Murray
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Natasha Gordon’s debut play, Nine Night, has announced a transfer to the West End following a run earlier this year at the National Theatre.


Transferring to Trafalgar Studios in a co-production with Trafalgar Theatre Productions, Nine Night will run from December 1 to February 9, with a press night on December 6.


The production follows a family preparing for a traditional Jamaican nine night wake.

Directed by Roy Alexander Weise, whose credits also include The Mountaintop, the show is designed by Rajha Shakiry, with lighting by Paule Constable, sound by George Dennis and movement direction by Shelly Maxwell.

Casting for the West End transfer is yet to be announced.

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