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Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan to join All My Sons as Old Vic season is announced

Coleman and Morgan join Sally Field and Bill Pullman in Arthur Miller's play

Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan
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Matthew Warchus has announced the second part of his fourth season as artistic director of the Old Vic.

Joining the previously announced Sally Field and Bill Pullman in Arthur Miller's All My Sons is Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan. The two will star in Jeremy Herrin's production which will open in a co-production with Headlong from 15 April.

Elsewhere, Rachel Chavkin will make her Old Vic directing debut with Arthur Miller's The American Clock from 4 February. The piece is set in 1929 in New York when the stock market crashed and follows the Baum family as they find their way through the world following the financial crisis.

Arinzé Kene, currently performing in Misty at Trafalgar Studios, will curate an evening of five monologues to mark 100 years since the armistice. Writers include Bill Bailey Smith, Rachel De-Lahay, Monica Dolan and Kene. It will take place at 6pm on Sunday 4 November.

As previously announced, Lucy Prebble's A Very Expensive Poison, about the Litvinenko poisoning, will run in the season with dates to be announced. In 2020, Local Hero, directed by John Crowley, with music and lyrics from Mark Knopfler, will run at the Old Vic.

Jack Thorne's adaptation of A Christmas Carol returns to the theatre over Christmas, with further cast announced. Joining Stephen Tompkinson is Rosanna Bates, Ava Brennan, Jamie Cameron, Peter Caulfield, Oliver Evans, Eugene McCoy, Myra McFadyen, Frances McNamee, Alastair Parker, Michael Rouse, Tim van Eyken and Witney White.