directed by Marianne Elliott designer Bunny Christie Lighting designer Paule Constable Movement Directors Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly Video Designer Finn Ross Music Adrian Sutton Sound Designer Ian Dickinson Fight director Kate Waters Company Voice Work Jeannette Nelson
from 24.7.2012, world premiere 2.8.2012, 10.10.2012, until 27.10.2012
approx. 2h, 40 min.
Luke Treadaway: Christopher Boone Niamh Cusack: Siobhan Paul Ritter: Ed Nicola Walker: Judy Una Stubbs: Mrs. Alexander/Posh Woman/Voice Six Sophie Duval: Mrs. Shears/Mrs. Gascoyne/Voice One/Woman on the train/Woman on Heath Nick Sidi: Mr. Shears/Duty Sergeant/Voice Two/Mr. Wise/Man behind Counter/Drunk One/Ticket Collector Matthew Barker: Policeman/Mr. Thompson/Voice Three/Drunk Two/Man with Socks/Man on phone/London Policeman/ London Transport Policeman/Customer Rhiannon Harper-Rafferty: No. 40/Voice Five/Lady in the Street/Information/Punk Girl/Shopkeeper/Ukrainian Two Howard Ward: Reverend Peters/Rhodri/Voice Four/Uncle Terry/Station Policeman/Station Guard/Ukrainian One
All other parts are played by the ensemble.
Transferred to the Apollo Theatre West End,
Mike Noble as Christopher Boone, Trevor Fox and Amanda Drew portray his parents, Judy and Ed, and Rakie Ayola plays Siobhan, Christopher’s teacher. Daniel Casey portrays Roger Shears and Golda Rosheuvel plays Mrs. Shears. Other cast members include Gay Soper, Paul Stocker, Mark Rawlings, Katie Elizabeth Payne, Matt Tait and Cathy Walker.
on the evening of the 19.12.2013, 40 min. into the sold-out performance parts of the ceiling fell onto the audience and injured about 80.