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Full cast announced for LONDON TIDE at the National Theatre

Ben Power's new adaptation of Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend will make its world premiere at The National Theatre this spring.

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The full cast has been announced for LONDON TIDE.

The production will play at the Lyttelton Theatre from 10 April until 22 June 2024.

Directed by Ian Rickson (Translations), LONDON TIDE will contain original songs by acclaimed singer-songwriter PJ Harvey and Ben Power.

The full cast of LONDON TIDE

Previously announced cast includes Brandon Grace as Charley Hexam, Scott Karim as Bradley Headstone, Bella Maclean as Bella Wilfer, Tom Mothersdale as John Rokesmith, Ami Tredrea as Lizzie Hexam and Peter Wight as Noddy Boffin.

They are joined by Beth Alsbury as Lavinia Wilfer, Joe Armstrong as Roger Riderhood, Crystal Condie as Miss Potterson, Laura Cubitt as Nancy, Miya James in the Ensemble, Stephen Kennedy as Reg Wilfer, Joshua Lacey as Inspector Bucket, Penny Layden as Mary Wilfer, Eric Mok as understudy Charlie Hexam, Liam Prince-Donnelly in the Ensemble, Georgia Silver as understudy Bella Wilfer, Ellie-May Sheridan as Jenny Wren, Jonathan Dryden Taylor as Mr Cleaver, John Vernon as understudy Reg Wilfer/Noddy Boffin/Mortimer Lightwood, Jamael Westman as Eugene Wrayburn, Jake Wood as Gaffer Hexam and Rufus Wright as Mortimer Lightwood.

What is LONDON TIDE about?

Based on Charles Dickens' final completed novel, LONDON TIDE is a romantic propulsive thriller. As a storm rages, a body is pulled from the swirling Thames.

Across the other side of the city, two young women confront an uncertain future. In Limehouse, Lizzie Hexam struggles to break free of the river and its dark secrets. On the other side of town, Bella Wilfer mourns a lost marriage.

However, it's the appearance of the mysterious John Rokesmith that has the potential to change their lives. Will the women sink or swim?

Book LONDON TIDE tickets

This new adaptation promises to have you on the edge of your seat. Only playing for a limited time at the Lyttelton Theatre, if you love getting your teeth into a thriller then LONDON TIDE is the perfect show for you!