Prince Edward Theatre
30 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 4HSVenue information
It’s time to change the game.
The smash-hit production of DEAR ENGLAND transfers to the Prince Edward Theatre this Autumn, following a sold-out run at the National Theatre.
Joseph Fiennes‘ portrayal of Gareth Southgate is ‘pitch-perfect‘ (Time Out) in this ‘thrilling’ (Sunday Times) new play by James Graham, with set design by Es Devlin. Graham reunites with director Rupert Goold, following their acclaimed productions of Tammy Faye and Ink, in this gripping ‘new stage epic‘ (Telegraph) about both nation and game.
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Joseph Fiennes will not be performing on the following performances: Monday 16th October, Tuesday 17th October, Wednesday 20 December, Thursday 21 December, Friday 22 December (both shows).
It’s time to change the game. The country that gave the world football has since delivered a painful pattern of loss. Why can’t England’s men win at their own game? With the worst track record for penalties in the world, Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face up to the years of hurt to take team and country back to the promised land.
Tickets available for performances from 9 Oct 2023 – 13 Jan 2024
2 hours 50 minutes, including interval.
Joseph Fiennes (Gareth Southgate), Dervla Kirwan (Pippa Grange), Denzel Baidoo (Bukayo Saka), Josh Barrow (Jordan Pickford), Gunnar Cauthery (Gary Lineker), Will Close (Harry Kane), Crystal Condie (Alex Scott) Will Fletcher (Jordan Henderson) , Darragh Hand (Marcus Rashford), John Hodgkinson (Greg Clarke), Lloyd Hutchinson as (Sam Allardyce), Albert Magashi as (Jadon Sancho), Kel Matsena as (Raheem Sterling), Lewis Shepherd as (Dele Alli), Griffin Stevens as (Harry Maguire), Paul Thornley as (Mike Webster), Tony Turner as (Greg Dyke), Ryan Whittle as (Eric Dier), Nick Barclay (Ensemble), Tashinga Bepete (Ensemble), Kate Kelly Flood (Ensemble), Will Harrison-Wallace (Ensemble), Miranda Heath (Ensemble), Tom Mahy (Ensemble) Tristan Waterson (Ensemble)
James Graham (Writer), Rupert Goold (Director), Es Devlin (Set Designer), Evie Gurney (Costume Designer), Jon Clark (Lighting Designer), Ellen Kane (Co-Movement Director), Hannes Langolf (Co-Movement Director), Dan Balfour (Co-Sound Designer), Tom Gibbons (Co-Sound Designer), Max Perryment (Additional Music), Ash J Woodward (Video Designer), Bryony Jarvis-Taylor (Casting Director), Richard Ryder (Dialect Coach), Elin Schofield (Associate Director), Will Brown (Associate Set Designer), Ben Jacobs (Associate Lighting Designer)
'James Graham’s new stage epic. Tremendous'
'The beautiful game in a beautiful play'
'A back-of-the-net winner'
'A brilliant fusion of sport and art'
'A glorious, generous rollercoaster... That's what winning looks like'
'James Graham scores again'
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