The Dazzle at Found 111
Found 111, 111 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0DT
The Dazzle at Found 111 starring Andrew Scott
The Michael Grandage Company and Emily Dobbs productions present the UK premiere of Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg’s thrilling and fascinating play. The Dazzle is brought to life in the anarchic space of the former Central St Martins in Charing Cross Road and stars Andrew Scott, David Dawson and Joanna Vanderham.
The Dazzle will run from 10 December 2015 until 30 January 2016 at Found 111 on Charing Cross Road
“My brother makes an epic of a molecule — what would he do with the world?”
New York City. The beginning of the 20th Century. Two brothers sit in their home surrounded by 136 tons of hoarded junk. When a beautiful guest arrives, everybody’s lives are thrown into sharp focus.
The cast includes Andrew Scott, David Dawson and Joanna Vanderham.
BAFTA and Olivier Award-winning actor, Andrew Scott plays Langley. His recent theatre includes Birdland (Royal Court) and Aristocrats, Emperor and Galilean (National Theatre. His tv credits include the role of Moriarty in the smash- hit drama Sherlock; The Town and The Hollow Crown. His recent films included James Bond Spectre, Ken Loach’s Jimmy’s Hall, Matthew Warchus’ Pride, Locke and The Stag. His forthcoming films include Frankenstein with James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, and Alice: Through The Looking Glass with Johnny Depp.
David Dawson plays Homer. His theatre credits include The Duchess of Malfi (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse), Luise Miller (Donmar Warehouse), Posh (Royal Court), Comedians (Lyric Hammersmith), Romeo and Juliet (RSC), The Entertainer, Richard II (Old Vic) and Nicholas Nickleby (Chichester Festival Theatre). Dawson’s tv credit includes Ripper Street, Banished, Peaky Blinders, The Hollow Crown, The Road to Coronation Street, The Thick of It and Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
Joanna Vanderham plays Milly. Her theatre work includes Othello (RSC) and The Promise (Donmar Trafalgar). Joanna’s tv credits The Go Between, Banished, The Paradise, Dancing on the Edge, Young James Herriot, Above Suspicion, The Runaway; and for film, And Then I Was French, Blackwood and What Maisie Knew.
The Dazzle is directed by Simon Evans with design by Ben Stones and lighting by Neil Austin