Following a sold-out run and an Olivier Award, Clare Lizzimore’s riveting production of Mike Bartlett’s Bull (★★★★) returns to the Young Vic for a limited run with ringside standing as three employees fight to keep their jobs. Get to know the cast below.
Due to phenomenal demand we’ve extended the run by one week and added an extra performance on Christmas eve. Book now.
Theatre includes: ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); King Lear (Chichester Festival Theatre/BAM New York); Relatively Speaking (Wyndham’s); A Time to Reap, Posh, In Basildon (Royal Court); The Promise, Luise Miller (Donmar Warehouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Headlong); Fabrication (Affabulazione) (The Print Room); Danton’s Death (National Theatre); Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Comedy Theatre); Measure for Measure (Plymouth Theatre Royal/UK Tour); Waste (Almeida); Romeo and Juliet (Theatre Of Memory); Thyestes (Battersea Arts Centre); Finisterre (Theatre 503); The Herbal Bed (Salisbury Playhouse) and Cymeline (Cambridge Arts Theatre).
Film includes: Set the Thames on Fire, Anna Karenina, The Sweeney, The Numbers Station, The Duchess and 99 Francs.
Television includes: Saving Hope, The Hollow Crown II, Endeavour, Midsomer Murders and Big Bad World.
Radio includes: Heart of Darkness and Beau Geste.
Theatre includes: The Beaux Stratagem, The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, Much Ado About Nothing, Philistines, The Rose Tattoo (National Theatre); The Merchant of Venice (winner of Ian Charleson Award), American Psycho (Almeida); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Noel Coward); Trelawny of the Wells (Donmar Warehouse); School for Scandal (Theatre Royal, Bath); All New People (West End and tour); The Merchant of Venice (RSC) and An Enemy of the People (nominated for Ian Charleson Award) (Sheffield Crucible).
Film and Short Film includes: 4-3-2-1, First night, She Stoops to Conquer, The Batsman & The Ballerina and Watching.
Television includes: I Want My Wife Back, Catastrophe (Series 2), Scrotal Recall, Death in Paradise, The C Word, Boomers, The Great Fire, Drifters, Father Brown, The Job Lot, A Nice Arrangement, Uncle, Pramface (Series 2), Jo, Pete Vs Life (Series 1&2), The Paul Andrew Williams show, Midsomer Murders, Dr Who, Filth and Wallander.
Theatre Credits Include: Speed-The-Plow (Playhouse); A Small Family Business, The Pillowman, London Cuckolds, Blue Remembered Hills, Dealer’s Choice (also Vaudeville) (National Theatre); Richard II (RSC); The Same Deep Water As Me, The Real Thing (also Albery, Broadway), Morphic Resonance (Donmar Warehouse); Shrek the Musical (Dreamworks/Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; nominated for Olivier and What’s On Stage Awards, Best Actor in a Musical); Broken Glass (Tricycle; winner of What’s On Stage Award, Best Supporting Actor); Sucker Punch, The Woman Before, Push Up, King Lear (Royal Court) Under the Blue Sky (Duke of York’s); The Homecoming, Awake and Sing(nominated for What’s On Stage Award, Best Supporting Actor), Romance, The Earthly Paradise, The Tower (Almeida); Guys and Dolls (Piccadilly) World Music, Hamlet (Sheffield Crucible); The Tempest (Old Vic); Bedroom Farce (Aldwych), Katerina (Lyric Hammersmith) and Anna Karenina (Shared Experience).
Film includes: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, Breakfast With Johnny Wilkinson, Four Lions (nominated for British Comedy Award for Best British Comedy Performance in Film), First Night, Scoop, Mike Bassett: England Manager, Blackball, On A Clear Day and Rogue Trader.
Television includes: Victoria (2016), Death In Paradise (Series 5), The Devil You Know, You, Me And The Apocalypse, Foyle’s War, Poirot: The Labours Of Hercules, Gifted, The Tunnel, The Fear, George Gently (Series 6), Best Of Men, Mid Morning Matters With Alan Patrtridge, Spooks (Series 9), Silent Witness, Waking The Dead, The Relief Of Belsen, Rome, Jam And Jerusalem, Ok Corral, All About George, New Tricks, The Bill, Tunnel Of Love, Frances Tuesday, Murphy’s Law, My Family, Casualty, I’m Alan Patrtidge, Midsomer Murders, The Armando Iannucci Show, Too Much Sun, Déjà Vu, A Dance to the Music of Time, Harbour Lights, Bye Bye Baby, Brass Eye, Dressing For Breakfast (Series 1-3), A Few Short Journeys Of The Heart and Between The Lines.
Theatre includes: The Same Deep Water As Me (Donmar Warehouse); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC) and Seasons’s Greetings (National Theatre).
Film includes: Bad Education: The Movie, Nativity 3, The Harry Hill Movie, Nativity 2, Arthur Christmas, Nativity, Frequently Asked Questions about Time Travel and Confetti.
Television includes: High and Dry, Psychobitches, Drunk History, Inside Number 9, Way to Go, Delocated, La La Land (winner of Rose d’Or Award), Marc Wootton Exposed, Gavin & Stacey, Nighty Night, High Spirits with Shirley Ghostman, French & Saunders, The Pilot Show, My New Best Friend (winner of British Comedy Award and Rose d’Or Golden Rose Award), Cyderdelic: The Revolution Will Be Televised (winner of BBC2 Green Light Award) and The 11 O’Clock Show.
Bull return to the YV on 11 Dec and runs until 16 Jan 2015. Get close to the action with Ringside Standing tickets for just £10. For more info / to book tickets: www.youngvic.org/whats-on/bull
A Supporting Wall / Young Vic co-production.
Click here to see what audiences said about the show in 2014.