Wanamker will perform Terence Rattigan's one-woman play All on Her Own prior to Harlequinade (in which she will also appear) each night as part of a double-bill, and Olivier winner John Dagliesh (winning for Sunny Afternoon) will appear in both Harlequinade and The Winter's Tale.
The productions will play in repertoire beginning performances Oct. 17, prior to an official opening Nov. 7, at the Garrick Theatre for a run through Jan. 16, 2016.
All On Her Own has never before played in the West End. It revolves around a woman with a secret, alone at midnight in London, who has a burden to share.
In a press statement, Branagh commented, "Zoë Wanamaker is a brilliant comedienne and a great tragic actress too. In joining us for the Rattigan comedy we seized on the opportunity to let her show us the dramatic side of a playwright also known as 'the English Chekhov.' The rarely seen All On Her Own Own provides a fabulous woman's role, and makes for an intriguingly balanced double bill."
Wanamaker and Dagleish join Pierre Atri, Jaygann Ayeh, Tom Bateman, Kenneth Branagh, Jessie Buckley, Vera Chok, Jack Colgrave Hirst, Judi Dench, Hadley Fraser, Rudi Goodman, Matthew Hawksley, Pip Jordan, Ansu Kabia, Stuart Neal, Michael Pennington, Zoё Rainey, Miranda Raison, John Shrapnel, Kathryn Wilder and Jimmy Yuill. To book tickets, contact the box office on 0844 482 9673 or visit www.branaghtheatre.com.