The year of Arthur Miller continues with this new production starring Bill Pullman and Sally Field as the Kellers – a pretty mouth-watering prospect. The cast also features Colin Morgan and Jenna Coleman and is directed by Jeremy Herrin in a co-production with Headlong, it opens on April 23.
A hit at last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Chris Thorpe’s show about national identity, developed with and directed by Rachel ‘Hadestown’ Chavkin, comes to Battersea Arts Centre as part of a UK tour. It opens on April 23.
Lucy Bailey directs a cast including Penny Downie and James Wilby in Mike Poulton’s new version of Ibsen’s play about the damage inflicted by family secrets. It opens on April 24
Christian Patterson directs this new adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson’s moving Second World War story about a young evacuee sent to stay in a strange house, which opens on April 25.
The Stage called Kieran Hurley’s exploration of class and cultural appropriation “a gripping, truthful play for our times” in our five-star review when it opened last year. It stars Lorn Macdonald and Neve McIntosh and runs until May 4.