Heida Reed

Heida Reed


Icelandic actress Heida Reed will appear in the West End premiere of Dawn King’s dystopian drama Foxfinder.

To millions of Poldark fans, she is known for her character “Elizabeth Warleggan” who met an untimely and tragic end in the heart-wrenching season four final.

Heida most recently played the titular lead role in Icelandic television series Stella Blómkvist, for which she was nominated for an Icelandic Academy Award. Other roles include Silent Witness, Toast of London, Death in Paradise The Lava Field: Hraunið and the romantic comedy One Day opposite Anne Hathaway.

Having trained at London’s Drama Centre, Heida’s previous stage work includes Scarlet (Southwark Playhouse) and the 2011 revival of Top Girls (Trafalgar Studios).

Heida stars alongside Olivier winner Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones’ Ramsay Bolton, Misfits), Olivier nominee Bryony Hannah (Call the Midwife) and Paul Nicholls (Law & Order, The C-Word, EastEnders).

What role does Heida Reed play?

To be announced.

What is Foxfinder about?

King’s unsettling and darkly comic drama is a parable about the irrational search for scapegoats to explain the ills that haunt mankind.

Set in an English countryside on the brink of crisis, William Bloor, a foxfinder arrives at Judith and Samuel Covey’s farm to investigate a suspected fox infestation. The Covey’s harvest has failed to meet their target and the government wants to know why.

Trained from childhood, William is fixated on his mission to unearth the animals that must be to blame for the Covey’s woes. But as the hunt progresses, William finds more questions than answers…

Buy tickets to Foxfinder

Foxfinder is booking from 6 September 2018 until 5 January 2019 at The Ambassadors Theatre, London.

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