Sheffield Theatres today announces the full cast for the world première production of Mike Bartlett's play Bull which takes to the Studio stage from Wednesday 6 - Saturday 23 February and opens the spring/summer programme at the Theatre.
Adam James (Band of Brothers) plays office worker Tony, alongside Adrian Lukis (Pride and Prejudice) as boss Carter and Eleanor Matsuura (Enron) and Sam Troughton (As You Like It) as Tony's colleagues Isobel and Thomas. A razor-sharp new play about office politics; or playground bullying - depending which side you're on, Bull follows the story of three work colleagues applying for two jobs.
Clare Lizzimore, last at Sheffield Theatres with One Day When We Were Young, part of The Roundabout Season, will direct. Completing the Creative Team are Designer Soutra Gilmour (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), Lighting Designer Peter Mumford (A Taste of Honey) and Sound Designer Christopher Shutt.
Bull is being supported by local law firm, Hill Dickinson, who are funding new writing and projects at Sheffield Theatres over the next three years.
Tickets for Bull are on sale now from Sheffield Theatres' Box Office, priced from £10.00 - £14.00. Call 0114 249 6000 or visit sheffieldtheatres.co.uk to book.