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New Hampstead season includes Hello/Goodbye and Zoë Wanamaker in Stevie

Hello/Goodbye moves to the main stage from Downstairs

Zoë Wanamaker in Stevie
© Manuel Harlan

Hampstead Theatre has announced its New Year 2015 Main Stage season, with the transfers of Peter Souter's Hello/Goodbye and Stevie starring Zoë Wanamaker.

Hello/Goodbye, which ran at the theatre's Downstairs space last year, will star Shaun Evans (Endeavour, Silk) and Miranda Raison (Strangers on a Train, The River, Anne Boleyn).

Directed by Tamara Harvey, it sees a woman moving into a new flat only to find a man has already moved in. It runs from 21 January to 29 February 2015.

This is followed by Stevie starring Zoë Wanamaker, which is transferring from Chichester Festival Theatre where it ran over the Summer.

Wanamaker stars as poet Stevie Smith in Hugh Whitemore's play, which gives a "biographical snapshot" of Smith.

Directed by Christopher Morahan, Stevie runs from 6 March to 18 April 2015.

Full casting is to be announced for both productions.

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