Dates and venues have been announced for the upcoming UK tour of Mike Bartlett's award-winning play King Charles III.
Bartlett's 'future history' play imagines the fall-out when Prince Charles inherits the crown and insists on doing things differently from his mother.
Directed by the Almeida Theatre's artistic director Rupert Goold with Whitney Mosery, King Charles III is designed by Tom Scutt, with music composed by Jocelyn Pook, lighting by Jon Clark and sound by Paul Arditti.
The production will also open on Broadway this October at the Music Box Theatre, with Tim Pigott-Smith reprising the role of Charles.
King Charles III opens at Birmingham Repertory Theatre (4-19 September) and then visits:
Richmond Theatre (21-26 September)
Newcastle Theatre Royal (28 September-3 October)
Nottingham Theatre Royal (5-10 October)
Milton Keynes Theatre (12-17 October)
Cambridge Arts Theatre (19-24 October)
Canterbury Marlowe Theatre (27-31 October)
Malvern Festival Theatre (2-7 November)
Guildford Yvonne Arnaud (9-14 November)
Edinburgh Festival Theatre (16-21 November)
Bath Theatre Royal (23-28 November)
Chichester Festival Theatre (30 November-5 December)
Plymouth Theatre Royal (7-12 December)
The tour is produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Stuart Thompson Productions, Tulchin Bartner Productions, Charles Diamond and the Almeida Theatre in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre and by arrangement with Lee Dean.
- Almeida Theatre
- Rupert Goold
- Chichester Festival Theatre
- Tim Pigott-Smith
- Birmingham Repertory Theatre
- Mike Bartlett
- Tom Scutt
- Richmond Theatre
- Robert Powell
- Marlowe Theatre
- Milton Keynes Theatre
- Prince Charles
- King Charles III
- Bath Theatre Royal
- Cambridge Arts Theatre
- Plymouth Theatre Royal
- Jon Clark
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