Adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel
Based on the novel by Harper Lee
If you have tears, prepare to shed them at this superb adaptation of Harper Lee’s great book… a production of tremendous heart and emotional depth Daily Telegraph
Winner of the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Play Revival, our 2013 sell-out production of To Kill a Mockingbird returns ahead of a major UK tour.
Acclaimed by critics and audience alike, it became our most successful play and was Critics’ Choice in the Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Times, Guardian, Metro and Time Out.
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"If any performance of this heart-shakingly sincere production are rained off, it will be bitterly undeserved. Not one precious night must be lost…DRAMATIC GOLD"
"Some productions have the power effortlessly to win you over and this enchanting heartfelt adaptation…is one of them…MAGNIFICENT"
"If you have tears, prepare to shed them…a production of tremendous heart and emotional depth."
"If one measure of a stage adaptation's success is that it sends you scurrying back to read the original novel, then this production scores highly."
- Timothy Sheader – Director
- Jon Bausor – Designer
- Phil King – Composer
- Naomi Said – Original Movement
- Polly Bennett – Movement Director
- Oliver Fenwick – Lighting Designer
- Ian Dickinson for Autograph – Sound Designer
- Lucy Jenkins CDG and Sooki McShane CDG – Casting Director
- Jessica Ronane CDG – Casting Director (children)
- Barbara Houseman – Season Associate Director
- Nick Lidster for Autograph – Associate Sound Designer
- Majella Hurley – Dialect Coach
- Fiona Dunn – Resident Director
- Anthony Almeida – Assistant Director
- Rebecca Brower – Assistant Designer
- Christopher Akrill – Boo Radley
- Geoff Aymer – Reverend Sykes
- Daniel Betts – Atticus Finch
- Victoria Bewick – Mayella Ewell
- David Carlyle – Nathan Radley/Mr Gilmer
- Natalie Grady – Maudie Atkinson
- Jamie Kenna – Heck Tate
- Phil King – Link Deas
- Susan Lawson-Reynolds – Calpurnia
- Zackary Momoh – Tom Robinson
- Ryan Pope – Bob Ewell
- Christopher Saul – Walter Cunningham/Judge Taylor
- Connie Walker – Mrs Dubose/Stephanie Crawford
- Jemima Bennett, Rosie Boore, Ava Potter – Scout
- Harry Bennett, Arthur Franks, Billy Price – Jem
- Connor Brundish, Leo Heller, Milo Panni – Dill