Tom Holloway’s AWGIE Award Winning play is an uplifting testament to the indomitability of the human spirit and the power of love, looking unflinchingly at what it takes to choose to die and what it means for those we intend to leave behind. His credits include Fatherland (Gate Theatre), Beyond the Neck (Tasmania Performs), Love Me Tender (Griffin/Belvoir Theatre/Thin Ice) and Gambling (Soho Theatre).
James Macdonald’s most recent play in the UK was A Delicate Balance at the Almeida Theatre. He was associate director at the Royal Court for 14 years, where he directed world premieres of work by Caryl Churchill, Sarah Kane, Martin Crimp and Mike Bartlett among others. Other credits include The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, Exiles and Dido, Queen of Carthage (National Theatre).
Dearbhla Molloy just returned from the Guthrie Theatre Minneapolis playing Beatrice in Much Ado. Recent stage credits range from Touch of the Poet on Broadway to Ditch (Old Vic Tunnels) and Cripple of Inishmaan with Druid in Galway, New York and USA tour. Her prolific tv appearances include Coronation Street, Wallander, Case Histories, Foyle’s War and Midsomer Murders.
Bill Paterson’s most recent stage appearance was in Earthquakes in London at the National Theatre in 2010. His film appearances include Comfort and Joy, The Killing Fields, A Private Function, The Witches, Truly Madly Deeply and Miss Potter. His award winning television work include Aufweidersehn Pet, The Singing Detective, Traffik, Smiley’s People, The Crow Road, Sea of Souls, Criminal Justice, Law and Order UK and Doctor Who.
And No More Shall We Part is 80 minutes, with no interval.
Please note latecomers will not be admitted for this production.
What they say on Twitter…
‘And No More Shall We Part is beautiful and touching with incredible performances. Everyone should be rushing to see it’
And No More Shall We Part is beautiful, honest, moving, funny, intimate and tender. Molloy and Paterson get everything right’
‘Bill Paterson is a very classy performer and a crafty piece of writing and staging at Hampstead Theatre’
‘Saw And No More Shall We Part last night. Really. Amazing. Show. Tears running all over the place’
‘Saw And No More Shall We Part today. Beautiful and touching production. Writing and acting draws you in whether you want to or not’