Photo Flash: Brand New Production Images Released For People, Places And Things

May 9, 2024
Photo Flash: Brand New Production Images Released For People, Places And Things

Brand new production images, taken by Marc Brenner, have been released for the returning People, Places and Things. The smash hit production, written by Duncan Macmillan, is directed by the acclaimed Jeremy Herrin and originally co-produced by the National Theatre and Headlong and has made a triumphant return to London’s West End. The production is playing at the Trafalgar Theatre for a strictly limited run ending on the 10th August 2024.

The cast includes, Denise Gough, who reprises her Olivier Award-winning role as Emma, a struggling actress whose life is spinning recklessly out of control, Sinéad Cusack (V for Vendetta, Warner Bros; Rock ‘n’ Roll, Royal Court Theatre) who plays the roles of Doctor/Therapist/Mum, Malachi Kirby (Small Axe: Mangrove, BBC; upcoming Anansi Boys, Amazon Prime) who plays the role of Mark, Danny Kirrane (Baby Reindeer, Netflix; The Sandman, Netflix) who plays the role of Foster and Kevin McMonagle (Scoop, Netflix; Best of Enemies, Young Vic) who plays the roles of Dad/Paul.

Holly Atkins (This Country, BBC; Sons of the Prophet, Hampstead Theatre), plays the role of Charlotte, Paksie Vernon (Shetland, BBC; Angels in America: Part One, National Theatre) plays the role of Jodi, Ryan Hutton (A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company; Only Fools and Horses, Theatre Royal Haymarket) plays the role of Shaun, Ayọ̀ Owóyẹmi-Peters, makes her West End debut playing the role of Laura and Dillon Scott-Lewis (Piglets, ITV; &Juliet, Shaftesbury Theatre) plays the role of T.  Completing the company are Russell Anthony (Call the Midwife, BBC; Trouble in Butetown, Donmar Warehouse) and Louise Templeton (Jayson Bend: Queen and Country, Amazon Prime; Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain, Theatre Royal Bath).

Emma was having the time of her life.  Now she’s in rehab.  Her first step is to admit that she has a problem.  But the problem isn’t with Emma, it’s with everything else.  She needs to tell the truth.  But she’s smart enough to know that there’s no such thing.  When intoxication feels like the only way to survive the modern world, how can she ever sober up?

The creative team includes director, Jeremy Herrin; set designer, Bunny Christie; costume designer, Christina Cunningham; lighting designer, James Farncombe; music, Matthew Herbert; sound designer, Tom Gibbons; video designer, Andrzej Goulding; movement director, Polly Bennett; casting by Jessica Ronane CDG CSA; and original casting by Wendy Spon.

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