Camp Siegfried

Camp Siegfried in person - lead artwork

Tickets: PwC £10 Previews, £20, £30, £40, £55, £65

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Suitable for ages 16+
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Audio described performance: Mon 18 Oct 2021 (Touch Tour time TBC)
Captioned performance: Fri 08 Oct 2021

Cast

  • Patsy Ferran

    Her

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    Patsy Ferran

    Theatre includes: A Christmas Carol (Bridge Theatre); 15 Heroines: The Labyrinth (Jermyn Street); Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Broadway); Three Sisters (Almeida); Summer and Smoke – Olivier Award for Best Actress, Critic’s Circle Award (Almeida/West End); My Mum’s A Twat (Royal Court); Speech and DebateBlithe Spirit (West End); As You Like ItTreasure Island (National Theatre); The Merchant of Venice (RSC); The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough). Film includes: Mothering SundayTom and JerryHow To Build A GirlDarkest HourGod’s Own Country. Television includes: Black Narcissus, JamestownGuerrillaWill. 

  • Luke Thallon

    Him

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    Luke Thallon

    Theatre includes: Present Laughter (The Old Vic); After Life (National Theatre); Nine Lessons & Carols, Albion  (Almeida); Leopoldstadt – Clarence Derwent Award, Pinter at the Pinter (West End); Cock (Chichester); The Inheritance (Young Vic); Misalliance (Orange Tree). Film includes: The Favourite. Radio includes: The Magic MountainThe USA Trilogy. Thallon trained at Guildhall School of Music & Drama. 

Creative Team

  • Bess Wohl

    Writer

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    Bess Wohl

    Bess Wohl made her Broadway debut in 2019 with her play Grand Horizons, for which she received a Tony Award nomination. Other theatre includes: Small Mouth Sounds – OCC Award, Make Believe – OCC Award, Continuity, American Hero, BarcelonaTouchedInCats Talk BackPretty Filthy. Her plays have been produced at theatres in NY, around the US and internationally. Awards include the Sam Norkin Special Drama Desk Award, the Georgia Engel Playwriting Award, a MacDowell Fellowship and inclusion on Hollywood’s Black List of Best Screenplays. Wohl is an Associate Artist with The Civilians, an alumna of Ars Nova’s Play Group, and holds new play commissions from Manhattan Theatre Club and Williamstown. She has also written for film/television, and is a graduate of Harvard and the Yale School of Drama. 

  • Katy Rudd

    Director

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    Katy Rudd

    Theatre as Director includes: The Ocean At The End Of The Lane (National Theatre); The Almighty Sometimes – Stage Debut Award for Best Director (Royal Exchange Manchester). Theatre as Associate Director includes: LungsThe Master Builder (The Old Vic); Groundhog Day (The Old Vic/Broadway); Mojo (West End); The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre/West End/Broadway/UK tour); Husbands & SonsPinocchio (National Theatre); Linda (Royal Court). Theatre as Assistant Director includes: The Playboy of the Western World (The Old Vic); Into the Woods (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). Katy is The Baylis Director at The Old Vic. 

  • Prema Mehta

    Lighting

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    Prema Mehta

    Theatre credits include: The ComebackA Day in the Death of Joe Egg (West End); The Winter’s Tale (RSC); Hymn (Almeida); Swive (Elizabeth), Bartholomew Fair, Richard II (Shakespeare’s Globe); A History of Water in the Middle East, Superhoe (Royal Court); Things of Dry Hours (Young Vic); Fame (UK tour/Peacock Theatre); East is East (Northern Stage/Nottingham Playhouse); Chicken Soup (Sheffield Crucible); A Passage to India (Royal and Derngate/UK tour); Love Lies & Taxidermy, Growth, I Got Superpowers for My Birthday (Paines Plough). Prema is Founder of Stage Sight. She is a Trustee of the Unicorn Theatre and an Artistic Associate at the Young Vic. 

  • Ian Dickinson for Autograph

    Sound

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    Ian Dickinson for Autograph

    Theatre includes: Company (Broadway/West End), Hangmen (Broadway/West End); Uncle Vanya (West End/London & Audible Play); The Lion The  Witch & The Wardrobe (Bridge Theatre/Leeds Playhouse); Ocean At The End Of The LaneTranslationsSmall IslandHusbands and Sons (National Theatre); Angels in America (National Theatre/Broadway); EuropeElegyThe Weir (Donmar); True WestHeisenbergJerusalemThe Nether (West End); Fatherland (Lyric Hammersmith/Royal Exchange, Manchester); Junkyard (Bristol Old Vic/UK tour); The River (The Royal Court/Broadway); Ian won an Olivier Award and Drama Desk Award for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which has played at the National Theatre and toured venues worldwide.   

Tickets: PwC £10 Previews, £20, £30, £40, £55, £65

Premium and VIP tickets also available

Find out more about concessions.

Suitable for ages 16+
Read trigger warnings here

Audio described performance: Mon 18 Oct 2021 (Touch Tour time TBC)
Captioned performance: Fri 08 Oct 2021

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