Indira Varma

Indira Varma in Macbeth

Indira Varma stars as Lady Macbeth in Simon Godwin’s epic new production of Macbeth, playing in London from 11 February to 23 March 2024.

Indira is also starring alongside Rami Malek in Oedipus at The Old Vic theatre in London in January 2025.

Indira Varma is an Olivier Award-winning actress having won ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role’ for her performance as ‘Liz Essendine’ in Present Laughter (Old Vic) alongside Andrew Scott.

Indira Varma theatre credits

Indira’s notable theatre highlights include Man and Superman (The National) with Ralph Fiennes, Jamie Lloyd’s production of Chekhov’s The Seagull (Harold Pinter Theatre), Eugène Ionesco’s Exit the King (The National) opposite Rhys Ifans; Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus (Globe Theatre); The Vortex, Dance of Death, Privates on Parade (all at the Donmar Warehouse), The Vertical Hour, The Country, Ingredient X (all at the Royal Court), and Celebration (on Broadway).

Indira Varma TV credits

On TV, Indira’s credits include ‘Gita Mishra’ in AppleTV’s Extrapolations, ‘Ingrid’ in Obsession (Netflix), ‘Tala’ in Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+), ‘Khadija Khan’ in the 2nd series of The Capture (BBC/AMC), ‘Ellaria Sand’ in the multi award-winning Game of Thrones (HBO/SkyAtlantic), Luther alongside Idris Elba (BBC/Netflix), the Emmy nominated drama Patrick Melrose (HBO/Sky Atlantic) starring Benedict Cumberbatch and the critically acclaimed comedy series This Way Up (Channel 4/Hulu) written by and starring Aisling Bea.

Indira Varma film credits

Indira’s movie credits include Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Parts One and Two, The Trouble with Jessica, Crisis, The One and Only Ivan, Official Secrets, Close, The Machine, Unspeakable, and Una.

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👤 📅27 April 2023
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