A Doll’s House – Cast announced

This month we were very excited to announce the cast for our upcoming production of A Doll’s House. 

Hattie Morahan will take the lead as Nora in A Doll’s House. Her husband Torvald will be played by Dominic Rowan 

Hattie’s recent and acclaimed theatre work includes The Real Thing (Old Vic), The City (Royal Court), The Family Reunion (Donmar Warehouse) and Sixty-Six Books (Bush). She has starred in the popular BBC series Outnumbered and was the lead in the BBC adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. 

Dominic Rowan recently performed in Joe Hill-Gibbins’ Olivier Award-nominated production The Village Bike at The Royal Court. He will be in Henry IV parts 1 and 2, part of the BBC’s upcoming Shakespeare season.

Tickets for A Doll’s House are selling fast – to book your tickets and to find out more about the production, visit our website.


4 thoughts on “A Doll’s House – Cast announced

  1. I am interested to know about this adaptation: is it set in contemporary times? Is it the first production? I am bringing a group of students to see the show in July and would like them to read the script beforehand. Will this be possible?

  2. Hattie Morahan is FANTASTIK in A DOLLS
    HOUSE,every production either on tv or
    stage is sheer GENIUS.Miss Morahan is
    one of out most talented actors,Sense
    And Sensibility,Time And The Conways
    and Larkrise To Candelford.GREAT,just

  3. The latest offering by Hattie Morahan,A Dolls House is her BEST,she excels as she did in Time And The Conways,Larkrise to Candleford,miss Morahan is one of our most
    accomplished actors.

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