Cast and creatives announced for Regeneration

Cast and creatives announced for Regeneration

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

The troops are gathering. Touring Consortium Theatre Company announce their cast and creatives for Regeneration.

The full cast is announced today for the eagerly awaited stage adaptation of Pat Barker's Regeneration. The production will be co-produced by the Touring Consortium Theatre Company and Northampton Royal and Derngate, opening at the Royal & Derngate Theatre from 29 August to 20 September, with press night on 2 September, prior to a national tour.

The Booker-nominated historical anti-war novel has been adapted for the stage by Olivier Award-winning playwright Nicholas Wright (His Dark Materials, Vincent in Brixton) and will be directed by Simon Godwin (NSFW at the Royal Court, Strange Interlude at the National Theatre), with design by Alex Eales, lighting design by Lee Curran, and musical composition by Stuart Earl

The cast include seven male actors and one female actor who will star in the production at Northampton's Royal and Derngate before it embarks on a 10-week tour across the UK. Let's meet the cast and their real-life counterparts...

Stephen Boxer - Dr Rivers

Tim Delap - Siegfried Sassoon

Garmon Rhys - Wilfred Owen

Christopher Brandon - Robert Graves

Other roles cast:

  • Jack Monaghan - Billy Prior

  • Simon Coates - Yealland/Anderson

  • Joshua Higgott - Campbell/US Sassoon

  • David Morley-Hale - Callum

  • Lindy Whiteford - Nurse Rogers

For more information on Regeneration's cast and creatives, click here.


Regeneration opens at Royal & Derngate, Northampton, where it runs from 29 August to 20 September 2014. It then tours to York, Edinburgh, Bradford, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Richmond, Wolverhampton, Darlington and Blackpool where it concludes on 29 November.

 

Regeneration premiered on 2 September 2014 (previews from 29 August) at Royal & Derngate, Northampton, where it continues until 20 September 2014. It then tours to York, Edinburgh, Bradford, Nottingham, Cheltenham, Richmond, Wolverhampton, Darlington and Blackpool where it concludes on 29 November.