Red in the West End: first look at Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch
John Logan's award-winning play comes to the West End for the first time
Photos have been released offering a first look at the revival of John Logan's Red in the West End.
Directed by Michael Grandage (Frozen), the piece follows famous twentieth-century artist Mark Rothko as he prepares a series of murals, aided by his assistant Ken.
Tony Award-winner Alfred Molina returns to the production to star as Rothko, alongside How To Get Away With Murder's Alfred Enoch, who makes his West End debut as the young assistant. Red has set and costume design by Christopher Oram with lighting by Neil Austin and sound by Adam Cork.
Grandage's season in the West End will continue with a revival of Martin McDonagh's The Lieutenant of Inishmore, starring Poldark's Aidan Turner, which opens later this summer.