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Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill to star in first West End production of Our Boys

Arthur Darvill, the actor who plays companion Rory Pond in Doctor Who, will soon be appearing alongside Lewis’s Laurence Fox in the first ever West End production of Jonathan Lewis’s Our Boys.
The play, which is both a funny and honest account of the experiences of five young soldiers recuperating from injuries sustained in battle, will open at London’s Duchess Theatre on Wednesday 3 October.
Our Boys, which was named Best New Play at the 1993 Writers’ Guild Fringe Awards, sees the injured troops’ quiet life of TV and light-hearted banter shattered by the arrival of an unwanted authority figure in their midst: a young, hard-line officer straight from Sandhurst.
Rounding out the cast are actors Matthew Lewis, better known as Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films; Cian Barry, who appeared in ITV’s Titanic mini-series; and stage talents Jolyon Coy and Lewis Reeves.


This show sounds awesome and I cannot afford West End tickets, let alone airfare to london. Sad panda.

doctorwho:

Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill to star in first West End production of Our Boys

Arthur Darvill, the actor who plays companion Rory Pond in Doctor Who, will soon be appearing alongside Lewis’s Laurence Fox in the first ever West End production of Jonathan Lewis’s Our Boys.

The play, which is both a funny and honest account of the experiences of five young soldiers recuperating from injuries sustained in battle, will open at London’s Duchess Theatre on Wednesday 3 October.

Our Boys, which was named Best New Play at the 1993 Writers’ Guild Fringe Awards, sees the injured troops’ quiet life of TV and light-hearted banter shattered by the arrival of an unwanted authority figure in their midst: a young, hard-line officer straight from Sandhurst.

Rounding out the cast are actors Matthew Lewis, better known as Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films; Cian Barry, who appeared in ITV’s Titanic mini-series; and stage talents Jolyon Coy and Lewis Reeves.

This show sounds awesome and I cannot afford West End tickets, let alone airfare to london. Sad panda.

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