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Constellations
Vaudeville Theatre, London

Exclusive video: 'Constellations' stars talk about the multiverse, love, and returning to the stage

Sheila Atim, Ivanno Jeremiah, Peter Capaldi, and Zoë Wanamaker share insights about the new West End production. 

Sheila Atim and Ivanno Jeremiah

Can you explain quantum mechanics? How are you on string theory? These are just some of the provoking questions the casts of Constellations answer in these exclusive video interviews. The production of Nick Payne's play about a quantum physicist and a beekeeper investigating their relationship through alternate realities will feature four rotating casts in a production at the Vaudeville Theatre in the West End this summer.  

"I love the idea of all of us in multiple potential universes," says Ivanno Jeremiah, who stars opposite Sheila Atim in the play from 18 June - 1 August. The production also stars Peter Capaldi and Zoë Wanamaker from 23 June - 24 July; Omari Douglas and Russell Tovey from 30 July - 11 September; and Anna Maxwell Martin and Chris O’Dowd from 6 August - 12 September.


Peter Capaldi and Zoë Wanamaker

The play starts performances with Jeremiah and Atim on 18 June, followed shortly by Capaldi and Wanamaker on 23 June. 

"The thought of actually doing something in the theatre again is a joy because I miss it," Wanamaker says.

Watch Jeremiah, Atim, Capaldi, and Wanamaker answer a series of questions about the show below in these exclusive videos. 

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