Girl from the North Country

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY CONOR McPHERSON
MUSIC AND LYRICS BY BOB DYLAN

Cast

  • Sheila Atim

    Marianne Laine

  • Ron Cook

    Dr Walker

  • Bronagh Gallagher

    Mrs Burke

  • Shirley Henderson

    Elizabeth Laine

  • Ciarán Hinds

    Nick Laine

  • Claudia Jolly

    Katherine Draper

  • Arinzé Kene

    Joe Scott

  • Debbie Kurup

    Mrs Neilsen

  • Kirsty Malpass

    Ensemble

  • Jim Norton

    Mr Perry

  • Tom Peters

    Ensemble

  • Karl Queensborough

    Ensemble

  • Sam Reid

    Gene Laine

  • Michael Shaeffer

    Reverend Marlowe

  • Jack Shalloo

    Elias Burke

  • Stanley Townsend

    Mr Burke

Musicians

  • Alan Berry

    Piano and Harmonium

  • Charlie Brown

    Violin and Mandolin

  • Pete Callard

    Lap Steel Resonator and Steel/Nylon string acoustic guitars

  • Don Richardson

    Upright Bass

Creative team

  • Conor McPherson

    Writer & Director

  • Bob Dylan

    Music & Lyrics

  • Rae Smith

    Designer

  • Simon Hale

    Orchestrator, Arranger & Musical Supervisor

  • Mark Henderson

    Lighting

  • Simon Baker

    Sound

  • Alan Berry

    Musical Director

  • Lucy Hind

    Movement Director

  • Jessica Ronane CDG

    Casting Director

  • Joe Murphy

    Associate Director

  • Jessica Daniels

    Baylis Assistant Director

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Tickets: £12, £16, £21, £30, £57.50, £67.50

Contains moderate use of strong language, a gunshot, haze and smoking

Running time: Approx 2hrs 30mins (incl. a 20 min interval)

Booking for a group of 6+? Call Group Line on 020 7206 1174

Girl from the North Country has very limited availability.

Call the box office for returns on 0844 871 7628.

To book for the West End transfer (from 29 Dec), click here

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