Tom Chambers and Sally Bretton are to star in a 2020 UK tour of Dial M for Murder.
Chambers, whose stage credits include Crazy for You, Private Lives and White Christmas, will star as Tony Wendice, alongside Bretton as Margot Wretton is best known for appearing in the BBC sitcom Not Going Out, and her stage credits include An Ideal Husband at the Vaudeville Theatre and A Conversation at the Royal Exchange.
She will appear in the show from its opening on January 13 at Richmond Theatre, until April 11. Casting for the remainder of the tour, which runs until July 18, has not yet been announced.
The cast also includes Christopher Harper and Michael Salami.
Dial M for Murder is written by Frederick Knott and was made famous by the 1954 film version directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
The production will be directed by Anthony Banks, who also helmed the recent stage adaptation of The Girl on the Train.
It has design by David Woodhead, with lighting by Lizzie Powell and sound by Ben and Max Ringham.
The show’s wigs and costumes will be overseen by Betty Marini and Siobhan Boyd respectively. Alison de Burgh is the production’s fight director.
It is produced by Simon Friend and Gavin Kalin.