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David Bradley cast in Moonlight at Donmar Warehouse
David Bradley has been cast as 'Andy' in Harold Pinter's Moonlight, which opens at the Donmar Warehouse, 12 April 2011, following previews from 7 April - running 28 May 2011.
Public Booking opens 29 Nov 2010.
Directed by Bijan Sheibani, designed by Bunny Christie, lighting by Jon Clark.
Andy lies dying in his bed. As his wife, Bel, tries desperately to bring his estranged sons to his side his thoughts turn to his youth, loves, lust and fears, whilst the haunting presence of the things they have all lost swirl in the dark lonely spaces of this suburban household.
David Bradley previously appeared at the Donmar Warehouse in Twelfth Night/Uncle Vanya (also BAM). His extensive theatre work includes No Man's Land (Duke of York's), The Caretaker (Tricycle Theatre), Henry IV Parts I & II, The Night Season, The Mysteries, The Homecoming, Mother Courage (National Theatre), Phedre/Britannicus (Almeida at the Albery & BAM), and King Lear (Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor), The Tempest, Julius Caesar and Hamlet (Royal Shakespeare Company). For television, his work includes The Street, Daughters, The Tudors, Ideal, Colour of Magic, Sweeney Todd, Blackpool, Charles II, The Mayor of Casterbridge and The Way We Live Now; and for film, The Holding, Frostbite, the Harry Potter series, Another Year, Harry Brown and Hot Fuzz.