Robert Sean Leonard returns in To Kill A Mockingbird at Barbican

Robert Sean Leonard returns in To Kill A Mockingbird at Barbican

Updated On: Mar 13, 2019
By Nicki McIntyre
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    Robert Sean Leonard will return to the London stage, reprising his role as Atticus Finch when To Kill A Mockingbird transfers from Regent's Park Open Air Theatre to the Barbican from 24 June until 25 July 2015.

    Acclaimed as ‘dramatic gold’ by The Times, this enthralling stage adaptation of Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel returns following two sell-out seasons at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in 2013 and 2014.

    Star of screen, film and stage, Robert Sean Leonard appeared in the TV series House alongside Hugh Laurie, as well as the films the films Dead Poet's Society opposite Robin Williams, Much Ado About Nothing, The Age of Innocence, Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, Swing Kids, Tape, Chelsea Walls and Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco.

    A familiar face on Broadway, Leonard won the 2001 Tony Award for Best Actor for The Invention of Love, and received nominations for his work in Long Day's Journey Into Night (2003) and Candida (1993). His Broadway theatre credits also include Born Yesterday, The Violet Hour, The Music Man, The Iceman Cometh, Arcadia, Philadelphia, Here I Come!, The Speed of Darkness, Breaking the Code and Brighton Beach Memoirs. He also starred in the Jack O’Brien-directed King Lear at San Diego's Old Globe.

    Further casting is yet to be confirmed.

    Capturing the warmth, poignancy and emotional depth of Lee's 20th-century classic, book your To Kill A Mockingbird tickets today!