The Nottingham Playhouse production will be streamed on Youtube from the 11th to the 17th June.

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The National Theatre has today announced the latest production it will be streaming as part of its popular National Theatre at Home series on Youtube.

Alan Bennett’s The Madness of George III, originally performed at the Nottingham Playhouse, will be available to watch from 7pm on the 11th June until the 17th June.  

Directed by the Playhouse’s artistic director Adam Penford, the production stars Mark Gatiss in the title role, alongside Adrian Scarborough as Dr Willis and Debra Gillett as Queen Charlotte. The cast is completed by Nicholas Bishop (Twelfth Night) as the Prime Minister, Wilf Scolding (The Glass Menagerie) as the Prince of Wales, Harry Kershaw (Mischief Movie Night) as the Duke of York, Sara Powell (La Peste) as Lady Pembroke, Nadia Albina (Emilia) as Captain Fitzroy, Jack Holden (Ink) as Captain Greville, Amanda Hadingue (A Small Family Business) as Charles Fox and Stephanie Jacob (Absolute Hell) as Sheridan, Louise Jameson (Ten Times Table) as Dr Warren, Andrew Joshi (The Railway Children) as Lord Dundas, Billy Postlethwaite (The Plague) as Braun, Jessica Temple (The Mikado) as Papandiek, David Hounslow (This House) as Thurlow and Adam Karim (East is East) as Fortnum.

Meanwhile, the creative team for the production includes: designs by Robert Jones, lighting design by Richard Howell, sound design by Tom Gibbons, movement by Lizzi Gee, fight direction by Jonathan Holby, voice coaching by Hazel Holder, wig design by Richard Mawbley and wardrobe by Poppy Hall.

The Madness of George III will be available to watch here from the 11th to the 17th June.