Jamie Parker

Jamie Parker boards West End transfer of ‘The Doctor’

Tony Nominee Jamie Parker is among the new cast members joining Juliet Stevenson in the West End transfer and tour of The Doctor.

Parker won an Olivier Award for his portrayal of Harry Potter in the original London production of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child; he was also nominated for a Tony Award in the Broadway production.

Parker’s played Scripps in Nicholas Hytner’s production of the Alan Bennet play The History Boys at the National Theatre in 2005,. This role and its international tour and film is widely considered his break-through role. Since then he has racked up numerous theatre credits including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Henry V, Guys and Dolls, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Assassins, A Little Night Music and High Society.

He can currently be seen on screen in Amazon Studios new series Treadstone and in Sam Mendes award winning film 1917.

Also joining Juliet Stevenson and Jamie Parker are Mariah LoucaDaniel RabinJoy RichardsonNaomi Wirthner, Hannah Ledwidge, Chris Colquhoun, Shelley Conn, Anni Domingo, Liv Hill, and Millicent Wong.

The Doctor is led by Stevenson, a Professor who find herself at the centre of a medical ethics row when she denies an individual access to a young girl’s bedside.

Robert Icke’s five-star sell-out Almeida Theatre production will open at the Duke of York’s Theatre in April 2020 following performances at the Adelaide Festival in Australia, Theatre Royal Brighton and Richmond Theatre.  

The production is designed by Hildegard Bechtler, with lighting by Natasha Chivers and sound and music by Tom Gibbons.

The Doctor is booking from 18 April 2020 until 18 July 2020 at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London.

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👤 📅24 February 2020
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