Jeremy Irvine will make his West End debut in Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer & Obie prize winning play, Buried Child, from 14 November.
Jeremy was discovered by Steven Spielberg for the starring role in his epic film adaptation of War Horse in 2011. Following this performance, Jeremy went on to earn widespread critical acclaim for his role opposite Dakota Fanning in Now Is Good, leading critics to list him among Hollywood’s fastest-rising stars. In 2013, he dropped more than 25 pounds and performed his own torture scene stunts in the film adaptation of The Railway Man. Since then, Jeremy has starred in Stonewall, A Night In Old Mexico, The World Made Straight, Woman In Black 2: Angel Of Death, Bad Education: The Movie, and Beyond The Reach.
Jeremy will play Vince, alongside multi award-winning, international stars Ed Harris and Amy Madigan, who will both be reprising their roles of Dodge and Halie respectively, following the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway run of the show. Further casting is to be announced.
Casting a brutal light on disenfranchised Americans, Buried Child is a dark, chilling and painfully funny family drama that is as relevant now as it was during its first run almost 40 years ago.
The show plays at Trafalgar Studios from 14 November – 18 February. Book your tickets today.