In rehearsal – Reasons To Be Happy at Hampstead Theatre

Rehearsal images have been released of the cast of Reasons To Be Happy at Hampstead Theatre.

Warren Brown, Lauren O’Neil, Robyn Addison and Tom Burke star in Michael Attenborough’s production of Neil LaBute’s romantic comedy about the lives and loves of four friends as they desperately search for that most elusive goal in life: happiness.

Warren Brown makes his stage debut playing Kent. He is best known for playing DS Justin Ripley in the BBC series Luther. His television credits include Occupation, Good Cop, X Company, By Any Means, Homefront, Inside Men, Accused, Single Father and Dead Set.

Robyn Addison plays Carly. Her recent theatre credits include Black Comedy (Chichester Festival Theatre), Chalet Lines (Bush Theatre), Mongrel Island (Soho Theatre), Realism (Soho Theatre) and The Rivals (Theatre Royal Bath/ West End).

Lauren O’Neil plays Steph. Her recent theatre credits include Richard III (ATG), King Lear (Chichester Festival Theatre and BAM, New York), This House, Travelling Light and Bianca (National Theatre). Her film and television credits include Phone Shop, No Offence, Being Human, and Property of the State.

Tom Burke plays Greg, he is best known for playing the role of Athos in the hit BBC Series The Musketeers and more recently Fedya Dolokhov in the BBC adaption of War & Peace. His theatre credits include Design for Living (Old Vic), The Doctor’s Dilemma (National Theatre) and Creditors(Donmar Warehouse) for which he won the Ian Charleston Award. His television credits include The Hour, Utopia, State of Play, Napoleon and Great Expectations.

Reasons To Be Happy runs from 17 March 2016 until 24 April 2016 at Hampstead Theatre.

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📷 Main photo: Robyn Addison (Carly), Warren Brown (Kent) and Michael Attenborough (Director). Photos by Manuel Harlan.

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