New production images have been released for Stephen Unwin’s production of Tom Stoppard’s play, currently  embarking on short UK tour. 

Laurence Fox and Flora Spencer Longhurst. (c) Edmond Terakopian. 

Having played at the Cambridge Arts Theatre this week, Stephen Unwin’s production will now tour to co-producing venues in Bath and Kingston before visiting Malvern, Edinburgh, Brighton and Guildford.

Henry is the smartest and sharpest playwright of his generation. His wife, Charlotte, an actress has been appearing in a play by Henry about a couple whose marriage is on the verge of collapse. Max, her leading man, is also married to an actress, Annie. When Henry’s affair with Annie threatens to destroy his own marriage, he realises life has started imitating art. But are they really in love? Is it the real thing?

Adam Jackson Smith, Flora Spencer Longhurst and Rebecca Johnson. (c) Edmond Terakopian. 

Laurence Fox stars in the production as Henry. He is joined on stage by Adam Jackson-Smith as Max, Rebecca Johnson as Charlotte, Santino Smith as Brodie, Flora Spencer-Longhurst as Annie, Venice Van Someren as Debbie and Kit Young as Billy.

The production features set and costume design by Jonathan Fensom (Farinelli and the King, Duke of York’s; Journey’s End; West End Broadway – Tony Award nomination for Best Scenic Design) and lighting by Tim Mascall (I Loved Lucy, Arts Theatre; The Importance of Being Earnest,Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).

Flora Spencer Longhurst and Kit Young. (c) Edmond Terakopian. 

The Real Things is currently playing at venues across the UK until the 11th November: 

Theatre Royal Bath
Monday 18 – Saturday 30 September 2017
Box Office: 01225 448 844

Rose Theatre Kingston 
Tuesday 3 – Saturday 14 October
Box Office: 020 8174 0090

Malvern Festival Theatre
Monday 16 – Saturday 21 October
Box Office: 01684 892277

Edinburgh King’s Theatre
Tuesday 24 – Saturday 28 October
Box Office: 0131 529 6000

Brighton Theatre Royal
Monday 30 October – Saturday 4 November
Box Office: 0844 871 7650

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Monday 6 – Saturday 11 November
Box Office: 01483 44 00 00

Laurence Fox (c) Edmund Terakopian. 


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