Casting has been announced for the West End return of Coming Clean at Trafalgar Studios.

Lee Knight and Stanton Plummer-Cambridge will play gay couple Tony and Greg, with Elliot Hadley cast in the role of William / Jurgen and Jonah Rzeskiewicz in the role of Robert.

Kevin Elyot’s seminal play looks at the breakdown of a gay couple’s relationship and examines complex questions of fidelity and love. The play premiered at the Bush Theatre in 1982 and was revived for a 35th anniversary production in 2017, which transferred to Trafalgar Studios earlier this year and returns in 2020.

Written 12 years before his most famous play, My Night With Reg, Coming Clean won Elyot the Samuel Beckett Award for writers showing particular promise in the field of the performing arts.

Lee Knight has most recently seen on the London stage in A Very Very Very Dark Matter at The Bridge Theatre. His film credits include include Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, The Spiritualist, Away With Me, Misrule, and The Doorman.

Black Earth Rising‘s Stanton Plummer-Cambridge numerous stage credits include Macbeth, The Tempest (Southwark Playhouse), Queers (King’s Head Theatre), Richard III, Much Ado About Nothing (Handlebards Summer Tour), and As You Like It (Shakespeare in the Squares).

Elliot Hadley is known for the role of Alfred Cummins in the BBC’s Preston Passion, and Jonah Rzeskiewicz will soon appear in Kenneth Branagh’s Death On The Nile and Netflix’s The Dig. Coming Clean will mark his stage debut.

The play is directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher, with set designed by Amanda Mascarenhas and lighting by Nic Farman.

Coming Clean is booking from 8 January 2020 until 1 February 2020 at Trafalgar Studios, London.

Coming Clean Tickets are now available to book.