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Information for Nye at Olivier (National Theatre), West End (Play). From campaigning at the coalfield to leading the battle to create the NHS, Aneurin 'Nye' Bevan is often referred to as the politician with greatest influence on our country without ever being Prime Minister. Confronted with death, Nye's deepest memories lead him on a mind-bending journey back through his life; from childhood to mining underground, Parliament and fights with Churchill in an epic Welsh fantasia.


Michael Sheen (Nye Bevan), Remy Beasley (Gwen Davies), Matthew Bulgo (Mr Orchard / Ensemble), Dyfan Dwyfor (Williams / Ensemble / Understudy Archie Lush), Roger Evans (Archie Lush), Ross Foley (Clerk / Ensemble), Jon Furlong (Herbert Morrison MP), Daniel Hawksford (Neil Jones / Ensemble), Bea Holland (Ensemble / Understudy Jennie Lee / Clement Atlee), Stephanie Jacob (Clement Atlee), Kezrena James (Nurse Ellie / Arianwen), Tony Jayawardena (Doctor Dain / Winston Churchill), Michael Keane (Ensemble / Understudy Neville Chamberlain / Herbert Morrison MP), Nicholas Khan (Neville Chamberlain / Ensemble), Rebecca Killick (Lucy Prichard), Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins (Ensemble / Swing), Mark Matthews (Ensemble), Rhodri Meilir (David Bevan / Ensemble), Ashley Mejri (Owen Thomas / Ensemble), Lee Mengo (Jack Stockton / Ensemble / Understudy Nye Bevan), David Monteith (Ensemble / Understudy Doctor Dain / Churchill), Mali O'Donnell (Ensemble / Swing), Sara Otung (Ensemble / Understudy Nurse Ellie / Arianwen), Sharon Small (Jennie Lee)


Author: Tim Price
Producer(s): National Theatre, Wales Millenium Centre
Director(s): Rufus Norris, Francesca Goodridge (associate director / staff director), Alastair Coomer (CDG - casting), Chloe Blake (casting)
Design(s): Vicki Mortimer, Jon Driscoll (projection), Matt Hellyer (associate set designer)
Costume: Kinnetia Isidore
Lighting: Paule Constable
Choreographer(s): Steven Hoggett, Jess Williams
Music: Will Stuart
Sound: Donato Wharton
Other(s): Cathleen McCarron (company voice work), Tamsin Newlands (company voice work), Patricia Logue (dialect coach)


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Saturday, 24th February 2024 to Saturday, 11th May 2024. Open 6th Mar 24.
19:30. Mar 6 at 19:00. Mats 14:15
16 March 2024 19:30 - Captioned
30 March 2024 14:15 - Audio Described
03 April 2024 14:15 - Captioned
19 April 2024 19:30 - Sign Interpreted
26 April 2024 19:30 - Captioned
03 May 2024 19:30 - Audio Described

VENUE DETAILS: Olivier (National Theatre)
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Olivier (National Theatre)

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Nye at Olivier (National Theatre), West EndQTix Codes:
Listing: L82205801
Production: T795876543
Event: S01597729674
Venue: V373
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