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Ralf Little, Nigel Lindsay and Brendan Coyle cast in Theatre Royal Bath summer season

More details for Jonathan Church’s next season have been announced

Nigel Lindsay, Ralf Little and Brendan Coyle
Nigel Lindsay, Ralf Little and Brendan Coyle
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Further casting has been announced for Theatre Royal Bath's summer season.

Kicking off with Henry V (21 June to 21 July) in the Ustinov Studio, Ben Hall stars in the title role alongside Rosie Armstrong, Alice Barclay, Melody Brown, Alan Coveney, Chris Donnelly, Luke Grant, Heledd Gwynn, Joanne Howarth, David Osmond, Zachary Powell, Amy Rockson and Corey Montague-Sholay.

In the main house, Jonathan Church's production of An Ideal Husband starring Edward and Freddie Fox will transfer direct from the West End from 18 July to 4 August. The cast also features Susan Hampshire, Nathaniel Parker, Frances Barber and Sally Bretton.

Next up in the studio, Lucy Bailey directs the UK premiere of Joanna Murray Smith's Switzerland (1 August to 1 September), with Downton Abbey star Phyllis Logan in the lead role.

Joining the previously announced David Suchet in The Price will be Olivier Award-winner Brendan Coyle. Church directs the 50th-anniversary production of Arthur Miller's play from 9 to 25 August.

This will be followed by Yasmina Reza's farce God of Carnage (29 August to 15 September). Directed by Lindsay Posner, Ralf Little and Nigel Lindsay join the previously announced Elizabeth McGovern and Amanda Abbington.

Later in the year, Robert Lindsay and Tara Fitzgerald will star in the closing production of the season, Terence Rattigan's final play In Praise of Love, which runs in the Ustinov from 3 October to 3 November.