The National Theatre's hit sold-out production will transfer for a strictly limited 14-week run.
Dervla Kirwan, Joseph Fiennes and Denzel Baidoo.
The National Theatre has announced its full cast for DEAR ENGLAND.
The new smash-hit play James Graham opens at the Prince Edward Theatre from 9 October 2023 for a strictly limited 14-week run. Graham reunites with director Rupert Goold for this gripping examination of both nation and game.
The cast of DEAR ENGLAND.
Dervla Kirwan (Material Girl, BBC) will play the role of Pippa Grange, joining the previously announced Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid's Tale) who will reprise his role as Gareth Southgate after the National Theatre run.
The cast also includes Denzel Baidoo as Bukayo Saka, Josh Barrow as Jordan Pickford, Gunnar Cauthery as Gary Lineker, Will Close as Harry Kane, Crystal Condie as Alex Scott, Will Fletcher as Jordan Henderson, Darragh Hand as Marcus Rashford, John Hodgkinson as Greg Clarke, Lloyd Hutchinsonas 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, Tashinga Bepete, Kate Kelly Flood, Will Harrison-Wallace, Miranda Heath, Tom Mahy and Tristan Waterson complete the company. The cast will also be playing additional roles as part of the ensemble.
What is DEAR ENGLAND about?
With the worst track record for penalties in the world, England's journey with men's football is notorious. It is the country that gave the world the game but has since delivered its home nation a painful pattern of loss and disappointment. Now it's up to new manager Gareth Southgate to try and change England's history. Will he deliver?
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DEAR ENGLAND will perform at Prince Edward Theatre from 9 October 2023 - 13 January 2024. Book your tickets today.