'The Enfield Haunting' announces full cast to join Catherine Tate and David Threlfall

Paul Urwin's new play, based on claims of supernatural activity at a house in Enfield in the 1970s, will play at the Ambassadors Theatre from 30 November.

Kate Riley
Kate Riley

The Enfield Haunting have announced the remaining cast that will star alongside Catherine Tate and David Threlfall from 30 November 2023 to 2 March 2024 at the Ambassadors Theatre.

They pair will be joined by Ella Schrey-Yeats (Secret Invasion, The Witcher, His Dark Materials) as Janet Hodgson, Grace Molony (Artemis Foul, Layla, Mary Queen of Scots) as Margaret Hodgson, Jude Coward Nicoll and Noah Leggott sharing the role of Jimmy Hodgson, Mo Sesay (Murphy’s Law, Vera, Endeavor) as Rey, Neve McIntosh (Shetland, Ripper Street Stan Lee’s Lucky Man) as Betty Grosse, Daniel Stewart (Silent Witness, Law and Order, Star Trek: the Next Generation) as Writer/Old Man and Understudy Maurice, Stacha Hicks (David Brent: Life of the Road, Call the Midwife, Casualty) as Understudy Peggy, and Betty and Jasmine Spence as Understudy Janet and Margaret.

Angus Jackson directs Paul Unwin's paranormal play that will have runs at the Brighton Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre prior to its limited West End engagement. They will be joined by costume designer Lee Newby, lighting designer Neil Austin, sound designer Carolyn Downing, illusions consultant Paul Kieve, movement director Laura Cubitt, voice and dialect coach Kate Godfrey, and assistant director Roberta Zuric.

This play draws inspiration from the real-life account of the Hodgson family, a working-class household that encountered supernatural occurrences in their North London home in 1977.

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