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Charlie Brooks to star within the UK tour of THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE



Full casting for the Nationwide Theatre’s manufacturing of The Ocean on the Finish of the Lane has been introduced in the present day, with display screen and stage actor Charlie Brooks becoming a member of the beforehand introduced solid as Ursula and Jasmeen James becoming a member of as understudy. Charlie is greatest recognized for being a sequence common in BBC’s EastEnders, and can be performing till 3 June 2023, with additional dates to be introduced.

They be a part of Daniel Cornish (alternate Boy), Trevor Fox (Dad), Emma-Jane Goodwin (understudy), Paolo Guidi (ensemble), Millie Hikasa (Lettie Hempstock), Lewis Howard (understudy), Kemi-Bo Jacobs (Ginnie Hempstock), Ronnie Lee (ensemble), Aimee McGoldrick (ensemble), Laurie Ogden (Sis), Keir Ogilvy (Boy), Domonic Ramsden (ensemble), Joe Rawlinson-Hunt (understudy), Risha Silvera (understudy) and Finty Williams (Outdated Mrs Hempstock).

Charlie Brooks’ theatre credit embody Lovely Factor (UK Tour and West Finish) and A Streetcar Named Want (Leicester Curve). For TV she is a sequence common in BBC’s EastEnders. She was winner of ITV’s primetime superstar survival present I’m a Celeb…Get Me Out of Right here! Alongside her stage and display screen work, Charlie is the founding father of iampro, a web based drama faculty and artistic hub. Jasmeen James earlier theatre credit embody Jekyll & Hyde faculties tour for the Nationwide Theatre.

Neil Gaiman is thought for his graphic novels, together with The Sandman sequence (a significant new Netflix sequence which in its first 10 days was watched for over 198 million hours by audiences world wide); his novels for adults and youngsters together with Stardust, Coraline, and The Graveyard E-book; and a number of movie and tv tasks together with Good Omens and Anansi Boys. The Ocean on the Finish of the Lane was the winner of the E-book of the Yr on the 2013 Nationwide E-book Awards and has offered greater than 1.2 million copies worldwide. This primary main stage adaptation of his work blends magic with reminiscence in a tour-de-force of storytelling that takes audiences on an epic journey to a childhood as soon as forgotten and the darkness that lurks on the very fringe of it.

Returning to his childhood dwelling, a person finds himself standing beside the pond of the previous Sussex farmhouse the place he used to play. He’s transported to his twelfth birthday when his outstanding buddy Lettie claimed it wasn’t a pond, however an ocean – a spot the place every part is feasible… Plunged right into a magical world, their survival is dependent upon their capacity to reckon with historical forces that threaten to destroy every part round them.

Assisted Performances: Audio Described, Signal Language interpreted and Captioned performances can be found at each venue. A Relaxed Efficiency has been added at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre.

Recommended Age Advice: 12+

The Lowry, Salford 12 December 2022 – 8 January 2023

New Victoria Theatre, Woking 24 – 28 January

Leicester Curve 31 January – 11 February

Theatre Royal Plymouth 14 – 25 February

Sunderland Empire 28 February – 4 March

Theatre Royal Bathtub 7 – 18 March

Grand Opera Home, Belfast 21 – 25 March

Bord Gáis Power Theatre, Dublin 28 March – 1 April

The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford 4 – 8 April

New Wimbledon Theatre 11 – 15 April

Edinburgh Pageant Theatre 18 – 22 April

Liverpool Empire 2 – 6 Might

Sheffield Lyceum Theatre 9 – 20 Might

The Alexandra, Birmingham 23 – 27 Might

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff 30 Might – 3 June

Nottingham Theatre Royal 6 – 17 June

New Theatre Oxford 20 – 24 June

Milton Keynes Theatre 27 June – 1 July

Mayflower Theatre, Southampton 4 – 8 July

Newcastle Theatre Royal 11 – 22 July

Marlowe Theatre Canterbury 25 – 29 July

Cliffs Pavilion, Southend 8 – 12 August

Bristol Hippodrome 15 – 19 August

His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen 22 – 26 August

King’s Theatre, Glasgow 29 August – 2 September

Norwich Theatre Royal 5 – 9 September

Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent 12 – 16 September

Corridor for Cornwall, Truro 19 – 23 September

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre 26 – 30 September

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