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Sweat announces West End transfer

Martha Plimpton in Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse. Photo: Johan Persson
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Lynn Nottage’s Sweat has announced it will transfer to the West End later this year.

Martha Plimpton will reprise her role as Tracey in the production, which is directed by Bush artistic director Lynette Linton.

Sweat, which won a Pulitzer prize in 2017, will transfer from the Donmar Warehouse to the Gielgud Theatre from June 7, and will run until July 20.

Further casting for the transfer is still to be announced.

Sweat will be produced in the West End by Mark Rubinstein, Gavin Kalin, Joe Baker, James Quaife, Micah Frank and Dave McNeilly.

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