The razor-sharp genius of James Graham returns to the West End.
Based on the true story of ‘The Coughing Major’, Graham brings Quiz to the Noël Coward Theatre from March 2018 following its sold-out Chichester Festival Theatre run.
Graham has built a reputation for intuitive, compelling drama, with critically-acclaimed productions of Ink, nominated for Best Play at the 2017 Evening Standard Theatre Awards, and Labour of Love, starring Martin Freeman and Tamsin Greig, marking him out as theatre’s man of the moment.
We can guarantee that Quiz will captivate the hearts and minds of the nation and further cement Graham’s status as one of Britain’s best playwrights.
So, phone a friend, book your tickets and hurry, Quiz runs for a strictly-limited 12 week period!
The cast includes Gavin Spokes, Stephanie Street, Nadia Albina, Paul Bazely, Keir Charles, Greg Haiste, Mark Meadows, Henry Pettigrew, Jay Villiers, Lizzie Winkler and Sarah Woodward.
Captioned performance - Thursday 17th May
Audio Described performance - Saturday 5th May Matinee
Quiz is a provocative re-examination of ‘The Coughing Major’ case. Charles Ingram was the notorious jackpot winner found guilty of cheating during his 2001 appearance on ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’, and Graham’s new play analyses his actions in a manner which is both comedic and insightful, looking at this case in the context of our increasingly immoral world.
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(2mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square until St Martin’s Lane, where you head right until you reach the theatre.