Director Sean Foley, whose previous West End credits include The Play What I Wrote (with his comedy group The Right Size) and directing the WhatsOnStage Award-winning adaptation of The Ladykillers, talks PG Wodehouse and why I Can't Sing! is out to upset expectations
Actor Toby Jones stars in the European premiere of Jez Butterworth’s surreal play about sexual desires in British suburbia, Parlour Song, which starts previews this week at the Almeida Theatre. Since winning an Olivier for The Play What I Wrote, The Right Size’s 2001 comedy about Morecambe and Wise, Jones has found big screen success in the likes of Infamous, City of Ember, Amazing Grace, The Painted Veil, Frost/Nixon and W. He comes to the Almeida direct from appearing in Every Good Boy Deserves Favour at the National. His earlier stage credits include The Dumb Waiter and Complicite’s Measure for Measure.