Production photos of Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

Ben Whishaw in Mojo

Ben Whishaw in Mojo

If you are scouring the West End for some manly talent this winter, then look no further than the Harold Pinter Theatre.

For there is more talented testosterone on display than in Hugh Jackman’s dressing room, as “the boys” of Mojo let rip.

The casting is like a Spotlight dream with the producers bagging Harry Potter alumni Rupert Grint for his first stage role, Ben Whishaw flush from Bond success, Brendan Coyle taking a break from Downton Abbey, Daniel Mays proving yet again that he is ALWAYS GREAT, and Merlin’s Colin Morgan growing up fast and joining the big boys.

This strong revival by Ian Rickson of his original Royal Court production reminds us all that Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem didn’t just come out of nowhere, it was in a long line of fantastically written, edgy, witty plays.

It’s kind of what the West End is meant to be all about. Extraordinary work that features the best possible cast and creative talent.


Book tickets to Mojo at the Harold Pinter Theatre