Tamsin Greig and Doon Mackichan to Star in Premiere of Jumpy in London | Playbill

News Tamsin Greig and Doon Mackichan to Star in Premiere of Jumpy in London
Tamsin Greig and Doon Mackichan will star in the premiere of April de Angelis’s Jumpy, beginning performances Oct. 13 at London’s Royal Court Theatre, prior to an official opening Oct. 19. It is booking through Nov. 19.

The play revolves around a character called Hilary (Greig), a mother, a wife, and fifty, who once protested at Greenham (a American defense facility based in Britain). Now her protests tend to focus on persuading her teenage daughter to go out fully clothed. Mackichan will play Hilary’s best friend Francis. According to press materials, the play is a  "family drama questioning parental anxieties and life after fifty."

Nina Raine directs a cast that also includes Seline Hizli, Richard Lintern, Michael Marcus, James Musgrave, Bel Powley, Ewan Stewart and Sarah Woodward.

Greig was last seen in the West End in The Little Dog Laughed. She won both the Olivier and Critics’ Circle Awards for her performance as Beatrice in the RSC’s Much Ado About Nothing. Other stage credits include David Hare’s Gethesemane at the National and the original cast of Yasmina Reza’s The God of Carnage in the West End.

Mackichan last appeared at the Royal Court in The Queen and I. Other theatre credits include The Government Inspector and Boeing Boeing in the West End.

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7565 5000, or visit www.royalcourttheatre.com.

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