GOOD starring David Tennant

GOOD starring David Tennant coming to cinemas in 2023

NT Live has announced that the current West End production of GOOD at the Harold Pinter Theatre starring David Tennant is to be broadcast in cinemas next year.

The play will be screened in UK and Ireland cinemas from Thursday 20 April 2023, and then internationally from Thursday 15 June 2023.

Producer Kate Horton said in a press statement: “We are thrilled to be partnering with NT Live to make our production of Good available across the UK and worldwide. CP Taylor’s play is a powerful and timely message, and this broadcast will allow audiences to connect with the play, Dominic Cooke’s extraordinary production and David Tennant’s brilliant lead performance long beyond our run at the Harold Pinter Theatre.”

C.P. Taylor’s play GOOD is directed by Olivier Award-winner Dominic Cooke (Follies) and stars David Tennant, Elliot Levey and Sharon Small. Other members of the cast include Rebecca Bainbridge, Izaak Cainer, Jamie Cameron, Jim Creighton, Edie Newman and Lizzie Schenk.

The production reimagines one of Britain’s most powerful, political plays with David Tennant playing John Halder – a decent, intelligent, music-loving German professor, who finds himself swept along in a movement that crescendos towards an unthinkable finale. 

GOOD is playing at the Harold Pinter until 24 December 2022.

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1 thought on “GOOD starring David Tennant coming to cinemas in 2023”

  1. ! We will be in the UK in June 2023 – from Canada! I’m looking for shows my son and I can attend with David Tennant acting in. Any upcoming shows available on the stage? I’ll be looking forward to see Good in the Cinema! Thank you!

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