Last night (23rd Feb) The Nether officially opened at the Duke of York’s Theatre following a sell out run at the Royal Court. Jeremy Herrin directs Jennifer Haley’s critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning play.
Press Night guests included: David Baddiel, Michael Burke, Onna Chaplin, Stephen Daldry, Jenny Eclair, Lynne Faulds Wood, Michael Gambon, Ian Hislop, Mark Little, Emily Maitlis, Ivan Massow, Nick Moran, Sophie Okonedo, Linda Papadopolous, Alan Rickman, Joan Smith, Charlie Stayt, Janet Street-Porter, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Zoe Wanamaker. See pictures from the evening below (select image to enlarge).
The West End cast of The Nether includes: David Calder (Doyle), Amanda Hale (Morris), Ivanno Jeremiah (Woodnut) and Stanley Townsend (Sims). They are joined by Zoe Brough and Isabella Pappas who alternate the role of Iris. Set designs are by Es Devlin, with costume designs by Christina Cunningham, lighting by Paul Pyant, compositions by Nick Powell, sound by Ian Dickinson and video design by Luke Halls.
Zoe Wanamaker and Gawn Grainger (left) & Janet Street-Porter (right)
Alan Rickman (left) & Charlie Stayt (right)
Amanda Hale, David Calder, Isabella Pappas, Stanley Townsend, & Ivanno Jeremiah at the curtain call
Emily Maitlis (left) & Linda Papadopoulos (right)
Jeremy Herrin with Jaime Adler, Perdie Hibbins, Isabella Pappas and Zoe Brough (left) & Josh Appignanesi and David Baddiel (right)
David Calder, Stanley Townsend, Amanda Hale and Ivanno Jeremiah
Michael Buerk (left) & Michael Gambon (right)
Nick Moran (left) & Oona Chaplin (right)
Sonia Friedman (Producer) and Jeremy Herrin (Director) with the cast
Phoebe Waller-Bridge (left) & Victoria and Ian Hislop (right)
Sophie Okonedo (left) and Stephen Daldry (right)
Photo Credit: Dan Wooller