The previously announced transfer of the New Group's Off-Broadway production of Sam Shepard's Buried Child, beginning performances November 14 at Trafalgar Studios prior to an official opening November 24, for a run through February 18, 2017, will see British film actor Jeremy Irvine join Ed Harris and Amy Madigan in the play directed by Scott Elliott.
He will play the role of Vince. Irvine was discovered by Steven Spielberg for the starring role in his epic war film War Horse in 2011. He has subsequently starred oppposite Dakota Fanning in the independent film Now Is Good, followed by Mike Newell’s Great Expectations, in which he starred as Pip. In 2013 he starred in the film adaptation of The Railway Man. Since then Irvine has starred in Stonewall, A Night in Old Mexico, The World Made Straight, Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, Bad Education: The Movie and Beyond the Reach, in which he stars alongside Michael Douglas.
Forthcoming films include Fallen (based on the bestselling book); Billionaire Boys Club, alongside Taron Egerton, Kevin Spacey and Suki Waterhouse; and This Beautiful Fantastic, alongside Jessica Brown Findlay, Andrew Scott and Tom Wilkinson.
Further casting is still to be announced.
To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 871 7632 or visit BuriedChildPlay.co.uk.