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The company of The Boy Friend. Photo by Manuel Harlan.

The company of The Boy Friend. Photo by Manuel Harlan.

London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 12 November

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood Published 12 November 2019

The full cast has been announced for Coming Clean at Trafalgar Studios 2. Lee Knight (A Very Very Very Dark Matter) will star as Tony, Elliot Hadley (5 Guys Chillin’) as William/Jurgen, Stanton Plummer-Cambridge (The Tempest at Southwark Playhouse) as Greg and Jonah Rzeskiewicz, who is making his West End debut, as Robert.

The play is set in 1980s North London, following a couple in an open relationship of sorts. But while Tony is starting to want something more exclusive, he finds out Greg has been having an long-term affair with their cleaner. Examining the lines between monogamy, commitment and love, this is a transfer of  Adam Spreadbury-Maher’s 35th anniversary production.

Lee Knight and Jonah RzeskiewiczLee Knight and Jonah Rzeskiewicz

Stanton Plummer-Cambridge and Elliot HadleyLee Knight and Jonah Rzeskiewicz

Rehearsal images from The Boy Friend were released today. The production opens at the Menier Chocolate Factory on 22 November. Check them out!

Laura Wade’s new play The Watsons is transferring to the West End. The adaptation of an unfinished Jane Austen novel will open at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 19 May, following sell-out runs at Chichester Festival Theatre and the Menier Chocolate Factory.

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