Jolyon Coy and Lewis Reeves join the preivously announced Cian Barry, Arthur Darville, Laurence Fox and Matthew Lewis.
Coy, currently appearing in Posh in the West End and soon to be seen in the BBC's "Henry IV" Part I & II (part of "The Hollow Crown" series), will play POM (Potential Office Menzies). Reeves, a recent graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama who is currently filming Lee Nelson's new TV series, will play Ian.
The play tells the story of five young soldiers whose daily routine of TV, lonely hearts ads and light-hearted banter is shattered by the arrival of an unwelcome authority figure: a young officer fresh from Sandhurst. It is based on writer Jonathan Lewis’ own time in the army.
David Grindley directs, joined by his regular design team Jonathan Fensom, Jason Taylor and Gregory Clarke, who have previously worked together on Journey's End (West End, Broadway and UK tour), Abigail's Party and Six Degrees of Separation.
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