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Casting is announced for Microcosm at Soho Theatre

MicrocosmCasting is announced for the world premiere of Microcosm at Soho Theatre

Philip McGinley (Game of Thrones, E4’s Drifters, Herding Cats; Hampstead) and Jenny Rainsford (Headlong’s The Seagull, No Quarter; Royal Court) reunite after starring alongside each other in Straight (Sheffield/Bush) for the world premiere of Matt Hartley’s new play which opens for a three-week run on 9 May with previews from 7 May. Joining them are John Lightbody (BBC’s The Musketeers) and Christopher Brandon (50 Ways to Leave Your Lover; Bush)

“Do you think I’m being paranoid? It’s just that of late, I’ve been finding myself thinking that every noise, every vehicle that passes, every person that walks by could be about to do something. And I don’t want to be like that.”

Alex has his flat. His home. He’s building a life with Clare. Nothing can derail his happiness, not even their Tom Cruise obsessed neighbour, who is always coming round. He just wishes those kids would stop hanging round outside his house. But they’re just kids, with nothing to do, they’re not dangerous, right?

Turner & Co Productions and paper/scissors/stone in association with Upstart present the world premiere of MICROCOSM by Matt Hartley. Directed by Derek Bond. Design by James Perkins. Lighting by Sally Ferguson. Sound by Jo Walker. Cast: Christopher Brandon. John Lightbody. Philip McGinley. Jenny Rainsford.

Listings Information
Microcosm: Soho Theatre Upstairs, 7 – 25 May 2014 (not Mondays) at 7.15pm.
Running time 90 mins. Recommended for ages 15+.
Tickets: 7, 8 & 9 May, £10. 10 – 25 April, £15 (12.50).
Soho Theatre, 21 Dean Street. London W1D 3NE. Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Rd/ Leicester Sq.
Box Office: 020 7478 0100
www.sohotheatre.com

Thursday 10th April 2014

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