Denise Gough as Emma in People, Places & Things in the West End. Photo Marc Brenner.jpg

People, Places and Things – photos

First-look photos are in for the West End revival of People, Places and Things starring Denise Gough.

Returning to the West End for a limited run at the Trafalgar Theatre this May, Denise Gough reprises her Olivier Award-winning performance as Emma, a struggling actress whose life is spinning out of control.

Lead cast includes Sinéad Cusack (V for Vendetta, Rock ‘n’ Roll), Malachi Kirby (Small Axe: Mangrove, Anansi Boys), Danny Kirrane (The Sandman, The Serpent Queen) and Kevin McMonagle (Scoop, Best of Enemies).

Further casting includes Holly Atkins (This Country, Sons of the Prophet), Paksie Vernon (Shetland, Angels in America: Part One), Ryan Hutton (Only Fools and Horses), Ayọ̀ Owóyẹmi-Peters, and Dillon Scott-Lewis (Piglets, & Juliet). Completing the company are Russell Anthony (Call the Midwife, Trouble in Butetown) and Louise Templeton (Jayson Bend: Queen and Country).

Directed by Jeremy Herrin (Long Day’s Journey Into Night), Duncan Macmillan’s award winning play is an intense drama throwing a spotlight on addiction and the modern world.

The production is produced by the National Theatre, Mark Gordon Pictures, Gavin Kalin Productions, Seaview and Second Half Productions, and originally co-produced by the National Theatre and Headlong.

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People, Places and Things runs until 10 August 2024.

Production photos: People, Places & Things

Rehearsal photos: People, Places & Things

Video: An interview with Denise Gough about People, Places & Things

UPDATED: First published on 18 April 2024 with rehearsal photos: Updated 9 May with production photos taken at the Trafalgar Theatre London.

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📷 Main photo: Denise Gough as Emma in People, Places & Things in the West End. Photo Marc Brenner.jpg

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