Greg Wise to Star in U.K. Premiere of Brad Fraser's Kill Me Now

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Greg Wise is to star in the European premiere of Brad Fraser's Kill Me Now, beginning performances at London's Park Theatre Feb. 19 prior to an official opening Feb. 24, for a run through March 29.

Wise plays Jake Sturdy, a once-successful writer, who cares for his disabled and hormonal teenage son, Joey, with the support of a motley crew of friends and family, each figuring out their own lives. But when Jake is struck by an unexpected disaster, he is forced to confront some difficult questions about who’s really looking after who.

Wise's extensive theatre credits include appearances for the Old Vic, Hampstead Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, Manchester's Royal Exchange and Liverpool Playhouse. Screen appearances include "The Outcast," "Homefront," "Unknown Heart," "Cranford," "Madame Bovary," "Sense and Sensibility" and "The Disappeared."

Braham Murray, a founding artistic director of Manchester's Royal Exchange Company where he directed over 70 productions, has previously directed Fraser's 50@50, Snake Fridge and Cold Meat Party at the Exchange.

The company will also feature Oliver Gomm (Joey), Charlotte Harwood (Twyla), Jack McMullen (Rowdy) and Anna Wilson-Jones (Robyn). The play is presented by Jamil Jivanjee in association with Park Theatre.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7870 6876 or visit

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