Dominic West-led 'A View from the Bridge' to transfer to West End

West, known for his TV roles in The Wire and The Crown, will star in A View from the Bridge at Theatre Royal Bath before the play's West End transfer.

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Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge is set to transfer to London's West End Theatre. The play will open at Theatre Royal Harmarket on 23 May.

BAFTA Award winner Dominic West (The Wire, The Crown, The Affair), who will star in the play at Theatre Royal Bath next month, will reprise the role of Eddie in the West End. He will be joined by Olivier and Tony Award nominee Kate Fleetwood (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Macbeth, London Road) as Beatrice and BAFTA Cymru Award winner Callum Scott Howells (It’s A Sin, Cabaret) as Rodolpho.

The cast also includes Nia Towle (The Ocean at the End of the Lane) and Martin Marquez (Hotel Babylon, Les Misérables).

Miller's 1957 play follows Eddie, a working-class longshoreman, as he navigates his complicated feelings of attraction to his niece, Catherine.

One hundred tickets for each performance in the run at Theatre Royal Haymarket will be available for £20 to those under 25 years old.

Further cast is to be announced.

A View from the Bridge runs at Theatre Royal Haymarket until 3 August.

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Photo credit: West in rehearsals for A View from the Bridge. (Photo by Johan Persson)

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