James Norton to star in the 20th anniversary production of Tracy Letts’ bleak comedy Bug.
James Norton and Kate Fleetwood are to star in the 20th anniversary production of Tracy Letts’ bleak comedy Bug, which plays a limited 6 week run a pop-up venue Found 111 on Charing Cross Road.
Whether he’s playing the spine-chilling villain Tommy in Happy Valley or the brooding hero in the BBC’s big budget production of War & Piece, James Norton is TV’s man of the moment.
Last on stage in the 2012 West End production of The Lion in Winter at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, Norton’s theatre credits include Journey’s End (Duke of York’s), That Face (Crucible Sheffield) and the acclaimed Royal Court production of Posh.
Kate Fleetwood was most recently on stage in the title role of Medea at the Almeida and as Tracy Lord in the Old Vic’s production of High Society.
Bug tells the tale of a lonely cocktail waitress called Agnes, who’s in hiding from her no-good, ex-con ex-husband at a seedy motel. When she meets paranoid Gulf War veteran Peter, the two fall into a charged relationship.
Bug will play a limited run from 24 March 2016 until 7 May 2016 at Found 111. For more information see here.