Tyrone Huntley to star in Angry at Southwark Playhouse


It’s been announced that actor Tyrone Huntley will star in Philip Ridley’s play Angry at Southwark Playhouse in February 2018.

Angry is a series of five gender-neutral monologues that tackle topics from refugees, millennials and interstellar travel. Ridley’s previous theatre work includes The Pitchfork Disney, Leaves of Glass and Tender Napalm.

Huntley is well-known for his work in musical theatre, appearing in the West End hit Dreamgirls, and Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s 2016 production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which was revived at the theatre earlier this summer. He won the Evening Standard Award for Emerging Talent following his role as Judas in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical.

Huntley will appear alongside Georgie Henley, who is best known for playing Lucy Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. Her theatre credits include work for ADC Theatre and Corpus Playroom.

Huntley and Henley will perform each of the monologues over the course of the run (14th February to 10th March), with the actors alternating which monologues they perform each night.

Angry takes place in The Little at Southwark Playhouse from 14th February to 10th March, with an official opening night on 16th February.

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