Now on Sale: The Pillowman starring Lily Allen & Steve Pemberton

The West End revival of Martin McDonagh’s acclaimed play The Pillowman at the Duke of York’s Theatre is now on sale.

McDonagh’s savage and electrifying funny Olivier Award-winning play starts performances at the Duke of York’s Theatre on 10 June 2023, and is booking to 2 September 2023.

Lily Allen (2:22 A Ghost Story) stars in the play as Katurian, a writer in a police state who is interrogated about the content of her short stories and their similarities to several murders occurring in the town. Steve Pemberton (Benidorm, The League of Gentlemen, Inside No. 9) plays Tupolski, with Paul Kaye (Game of Thrones, Matilda The Musical) as Ariel and Matthew Tennyson (Benediction) as Michal.

The cast is completed by Rebecca Lee (Mother and understudy Katurian), Daniel Millar (Father and understudy Ariel and Tupolski) Carlotta Di Gregori (understudy Mother) and David Angland (Blind Man and understudy Michal and Father). The role of Child 1 is shared by Ruby Siddle, Madelynne Mills and Sophia Cullingford, and the role of Child 2 is shared by Lexi Anna Scott, Darcy Crosby and Lillie Stocker.

The Pillowman – first day of rehearsals. Photo by Helen Murray

Directed by Matthew Dunster (Shirley Valentine; 2:22 A Ghost Story), The Pillowman’s creative team also includes Production Designer Anna Fleischle, Lighting Designer Neil Austin, Sound Designer Ian Dickinson for Autograph, Video Designer Dick Straker, Casting Director Amy Ball CDG, Fight Director RC Annie, Movement Director Chi-San Howard, Associate Director Isabel Marr, and Associate Designer Liam Bunster.

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📷 Main photo: The Pillowman - Lily Allen & Steve Pemberton. Photo by Rankin

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