Production images have been released for the London revival of The Railway Children. Check out the pictures below (click image to enlarge). The York Theatre Royal production, which is in association with the National Railway Museum, once again features a live steam locomotive and a vintage carriage, originally built in 1896.
The Railway Children, which is currently in previews, recently extended its run at the King’s Cross Theatre until 6th September 2015. The production stars Jeremy Swift (Spratt in Downton Abbey) and original cast member Caroline Harker (click here for further casting).
The King’s Cross Theatre is a purpose built 1,000-seat theatre, complete with a railway track and platforms and a state of the art heating system. The theatre has been specially created on the site on King’s Boulevard, behind King’s Cross Station, which has been loaned to the production for the duration of the run by Google.
Photo Credit: Johan Persson