Susannah Fielding has appeared in four productions at The National Theatre and also in Rupert Goold’s RSC production of The Merchant of Venice as Portia, Daniel Evans’ Sheffield Crucible production of An Enemy of the People, Peter DuBois’ production of All New People on tour and in the West End, and most recently in Jamie Lloyd’s production of The School for Scandal at Theatre Royal Bath.
Daniel Kaluuya has performed in Oxford Street and Sucker Punch both at the Royal Court. He was awarded the Evening Standard Editor’s Award for a Shooting Star for Sucker Punch. Most recently Daniel has been seen in the critically acclaimed Black Mirror – 15 Million Merits for Channel 4. He will also appear in the film Welcome to the Punch which is due for release later this year.
Daniel Mays has previously appeared at the Donmar in Moonlight. He has performed in seven productions at the Royal Court including their forthcoming production Hero. He is well known for his roles in films including Made in Dagenham, Tin Tin, Red Riding 1975 & 1983, Shifty, Atonement and Vera Drake. On television he has appeared in the series Mrs Biggs, Outcasts, Ashes to Ashes, Hustle and Public Enemies.
Fergal McElherron received a Dublin Fringe First – Best Actor Award and an Irish Times / ESB best supporting Actor Award for his roles in Candide. He also received the Dublin Fringe Best Actor Award for Mojo Mickybo. He has also appeared numerous times at Shakespeare’s Globe and in theatres across Ireland and the UK.
Amy Morgan has previously appeared at the Donmar in Inadmissible Evidence. Since then she has performed in Hay Fever directed by Howard Davies at the Noel Coward Theatre and in The Country Wife directed by Polly Findlay at the Royal Exchange, Manchester.
Joshua Silver graduated from RADA in Summer 2012 and since graduation appeared in The Hotel Plays by Defibrillator Theatre Company at the Grange Hotel.
Maggie Steed’s recent stage productions include The School for Scandal at Theatre Royal Bath, Uncle Vanya at Chichester Festival Theatre, The Belle’s Stratagem at Southwark Playhouse and The Constant Wife at Salisbury Playhouse. She also has a prolific career in film and television.
Peter Wight has performed in the West End, on Broadway at The National Theatre, the RSC, the Royal Court and numerous other theatres in the UK. He has a hugely prolific television and film career and has appeared in King of Soho, Another Year, Atonement and Babel amongst many others.
Donmar Warehouse is located at 41 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, London WC2H 9LX. For more information visit www.donmarwarehouse.com and call the Box Office: 0844 871 7624 (Booking fee of £2.50 per transaction). Personal callers Monday to Saturday 10am to curtain up (No booking fee). Telephone Monday to Saturday: 9am-10pm, Sunday 10am-8pm
Ticket Prices: Stalls £35, £27.50, £10*; Circle £27.50, £15, £10*
Preview Prices: Stalls £27.50, £22, £10*; Circle £22, £10*
*£10 tickets are made available 2 weeks before the performance – excludes certain performances
For more information please visit donmarwarehouse.com/barclaysfrontrow
Groups: 0870 060 6636
Standing tickets available on the day from the box office in person from 10.30am – maximum of two per person. Excludes certain performances
Transport & Parking:
Tubes: Covent Garden, Leicester Sq, Charing Cross, Holborn
Buses: Destination Leicester Sq.14, 19, 24, 29, 38, 176
To book tickets for the following performances – at £15, please call 020 7845 5822 or email email@example.com
For all other access enquiries or bookings, please call 0844 871 7677
Audio-Described Performance (audio-described by Vocaleyes):
JULIUS CAESAR: Saturday 2 February
TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS: Saturday 23 March
THE WEIR: Saturday 25 May
All preceded by a touch tour at 1.30pm
Captioned Performance (captioned by Stagetext):
JULIUS CAESAR: Monday 28 January
TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS: Monday 25 March
THE WEIR: Tuesday 28 May