Did you fall hook, line and sinker for the first two parts of Dame Hilary Mantel’s work of genius, the Wolf Hall Trilogy? Now it’s time for the third and final part, and the world premiere will run at the Gielgud Theatre from 23rd September 2021. It’s on for a strictly limited season until 28th November, and the Opening Night is 6th October. The full cast has been announced and there are some remarkable photos to enjoy as well as a brand new trailer.
Who’s involved in The Mirror And The Light?
The play has been adapted to perfection for the West End stage by Dame Hilary Mantel herself along with the brilliant Ben Miles. Jeremy Herrin directs once more, nominated for an Olivier Award, nominated for a Tony, and winning the Evening Standard Award for the first two productions. Seven members of this dazzling cast are making their West End debut, and this is tipped to be an awe-inspiringly good production. Here’s who’s involved.
- Ben Miles plays Cromwell
- Nathaniel Parker is King Henry VIII
- Nicholas Boulton plays the Duke of Suffolk
- Matt Pidgeon is Stephen Gardiner
- Giles Taylor plays Archbishop Cranmer
New to the trilogy are:
- Rosanna Adams as Anne of Cleves
- Paul Adeyefa as Christophe
- Aurora Burghart as Elizabeth Seymour
- Terique Jarrett as Gregory Cromwell
- Jordan Kouamé plays Rafe Sadler
- Geoffrey Lumb plays Thomas Wriothesley
- Olivia Marcus plays Jane Seymour
- Tony Turner is Kingston
- Leo Wan plays Richard Riche
- Nicholas Woodeson is the Duke of Norfolk
The new cast members are:
- Melissa Allan as Princess Mary
- Ian Drysdale is the French Ambassador
- Jo Herbert is Lady Rochford
- Umi Myers plays Helen Sadler / Dorothea Wolsey
- Liam Smith plays Walter Cromwell)
- The Ensemble members are: Andrew Hodges, Niamh James, Samuel Awoyo and Nicholas Tizzard
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About the Gielgud Theatre
The Gielgud Theatre is one of many designed at the time by W.G.R Sprague, an era when many new theatres were springing up across the West End of London. In 1995 the theatre’s famous cat, Beerbohm, died, and was given a front page obituary in The Stage magazine. He was a mighty fine cat! Past shows at the Gielgud Theatre include Imperium, Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman, The Upstart Crow, and To Kill A Mockingbird.