Full Casting Announced for West End Transfer of Martin McDonagh's Hangmen

News   Full Casting Announced for West End Transfer of Martin McDonagh's Hangmen
Full casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Martin McDonagh's Hangmen, from the Royal Court (where it ran through Oct. 10) to Wyndham's, where it begins performances Dec. 1 prior to an official opening Dec. 7.

Andy Nyman, Craig Parkinson and Tony Hirst will join the rest of the original company, which is led by David Morrissey and Johnny Flynn and also includes Josef Davies, James Dryden, John Hodgkinson, Bronwyn James, Ryan Pope, Sally Rogers and Simon Rouse. Nyman, who will take over from Reece Shearsmith to play Syd, was last seen on the London stage in Assassins at the Menier Chocolate Factory, where he also previously appeared in Terrible Advice and Abigail's Party. He also starred in, co-wrote and co-directed Ghost Stories at London's Lyric Hammersmith and in the West End, as well as in Moscow, Toronto, Australia, Shanghai and Lima. He also regularly works as a co-writer with Derren Brown on his West End and touring shows, including Miracle that is soon to open at the West End's Palace Theatre.

To book tickets and for further details, visit www.hangmentheplay.com, or call the theatre box office on 0844 482 51204 or the Royal Court box office on 020 7565 5000.

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