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Cast Announced for Love Love Love by Mike Bartlett
Cast anounced for Love Love Love, by Mike Bartlett, which opens at the Royal Court Downstairs 3 May 2012, following previews from 27 April - running to 2 JUne 2012.
Claire Foy (Rosie), Victoria Hamiliton (Sandra), Ben Miles (Kenneth), George Rainsford (Jamie), Sam Troughton ( Henry).
Directed by James Grieve, it is produced by Royal Court with Paines Plough in association with Drum Theatre Plymouth.
'Young people, our age. We’re the moment. Henry’s just that bit too old he can’t understand.’ 1967. Kenneth and Sandra meet, and it's a whole new world. A fiery relationship is sparked in the haze of the 60s, and charred by today's brutal realities. From passion to paranoia, Love, Love, Love takes on the baby boomer generation as it retires, and finds it full of trouble.
Claire Foy theatre credits include Baby Girl, DNA and The Miracle as part of the Connections season at the National Theatre. She is currently appearing in BBC1 dramas Upstairs Downstairs and White Heat. Her previous television credits include Little Dorrit, Hacks, The Night Watch and Going Postal.
Victoria Hamilton theatre credits include Twelfth Night (Donmar West End), King Lear at the Old Vic, Suddenly Last Summer in the West End, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in the West End.
Ben Miles last appeared at the Royal Court in Mike Bartlett's My Child. His other recent credits include Betrayal in the West End, Measure for Measure at the Almeida, The Norman Conquests at the Old Vic and on Broadway, Richard II for the Old Vic. His many television appearances include leading roles in Coupling, Lark Rise to Candleford, Freezing and Sex and The City and Me all for the BBC and Cold Feet for ITV.
George Rainsford previous theatre credits include The Man at Finborough Theatre, All's Well that Ends Well and Chatroom/Citizenship at the National Theatre.
Sam Troughton theatre credits also include Morte d'Arthur, Romeo and Juliet, The Grain Store, Julius Caesar and The Winter's Tale at the RSC. On film, his credits include Spirit Trap and Vera Drake.