James McAvoy's Cyrano de Bergerac to return in London, Glasgow and New York

Photo: Marc Brenner. 

The return of the critically-acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning production of Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, freely adapted by Martin Crimp and staring James McAvoy, has been confirmed for 2022, with dates in London, Glasgow and New York.

Returning to the cast alongside James McAvoy (Cyrano de Bergerac) are Michele Austin (Ragueneau), Adam Best (Le Bret), Sam Black (Armand), Nari Blair-Mangat (Valvert), Vaneeka Dadhria (Beatboxer), Adrian Der Gregorian (Montfleury),  Tom Edden (De Guiche), Eben Figueiredo (Christian), Carla Harrison-Hodge (Denise), Mika Onyx Johnson (Usher), Nima Taleghani (Ligniere) and Brinsley Terence (Theatre Owner), joined by Jon Furlong (Annoying Person), Tazmyn-May Gebbett (Minder), Joseph Langdon (Jean-Paul), Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo (Marie-Louise) and Evelyn Miller (Roxane). The production is directed by Jamie Lloyd.

Continuing the Jamie Lloyd Company commitment to accessibility, 12,000 tickets priced at £15 will be available across the UK productions of Cyrano de Bergerac and The Seagull, starring Emilia Clarke, also announced today. 75% of these tickets will be specifically for under 30s, key workers and those receiving government benefits. 

Tickets for Cyrano de Bergerac in the UK will be available to ATG Theatre Card Members on Monday 1 November at 10am, and those signed up for priority booking at 12pm; general booking opens Wednesday 3 November at 10am; and for BAM will be available to theatre members on 3 November, American Express Card Members on 10 November, with general booking from 15 November. Individuals can sign up for priority booking access here: thejamielloydcompany.com

Further news on the company’s postponed production of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, set to star Jessica Chastain, will be announced "in due course".

The production runs at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London from 3 February – 12 March, before visiting Theatre Royal Glasgow, 18 – 26 March, and completing its run at Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), 5 April – 22 May 2022.

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