Oliver Mitford

People, Places and Things transfers to Wyndham's in the West End

People, Places and Things - Wyndham's Theatre The acclaimed National Theatre production of Duncan Macmillan’s new play People, Places and Things has announced its transfer to the West End in March next year.

A co-production with Headlong, People, Places and Things opened at the Dorfman Theatre at the Royal National Theatre in September 2015 and received four and five star reviews, as well as selling out for the majority of the run.

The production is now due to open at the Wyndhams Theatre in the heart of London’s West End on 23 March 2016, with previews starting from 15 March 2016.

Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the man behind the award-winning West End and Broadway double bill of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, People, Places and Things tells the story of Emma, an actress battling drink and drug addiction.

Denise Gough will reprise her performance as the conflicted Emma, a role for which she has received unanimous public and critical praise.

This production also marks the third collaboration between the National Theatre and Headlong. Previously, Lucy Prebble’s The Effect and Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes in London played sell-out runs at the National Theatre.

People, Places and Things is currently playing at the National Theatre until 4 November 2015. Tickets for the West End transfer have already gone on sale, and look to be selling just as fast as when it first opened.

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