A Doll’s House – Full cast announced!

Joining Hattie Morahan (playing Nora Helmer) and Dominic Rowan (playing Torvald Helmer), we can now confirm the rest of the cast for A Doll’s House… And what an exciting bunch!

Susannah Wise joins the cast as Nora’s widowed friend Mrs Linde. Susannah has appeared in the BAFTA award-winning television programmes Peep Show,  The IT Crowd and the popular film adaptation of An Ideal Husband. Her recent theatre credits include The Holy Rosenbergs (National Theatre),  Seven Jewish Children (Royal Court), Rabbit (West End/Broadway) Festen (Lyric Theatre/West End).

  • Nick Fletcher will play the disgraced lawyer Krogstad. His theatre credits include: A Woman Killed With Kindness, The White Guard, Once In A Lifetime, The UN Inspector (National Theatre); Twisted Tales (Lyric Hammersmith) and  Edgar in King Lear (Old Vic).
  • Lynne Verrall will play the maid Anna-Marie. Her theatre credits include: Celaine (Hampstead), Pale Horse (Royal Court) and Mercy Fine (Southwark Playhouse).
  • Yolanda Kettle joins the cast as the Helmers’ maid Helene. Yolanda recently graduated from LAMDA and has performed in Seagull (Arcola) as well as Holby City and Doctors.

Steve Touissant (pictured below) will play a family friend of the Helmers –Dr Rank. He has appeared in popular television programmes Spooks, Skins, Doctors, CSI: Miami and My Dad’s the Prime Minister.

We’re getting even more excited about the upcoming A Doll’s House, a new version written by Simon Stephens and directed by Carrie Cracknell.

Tickets are selling fast and with previews starting on 29 June – book today!

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