The tiny pop-up Found111 theatre continues to attract big names and exciting new productions.
It follows up the enormous success of Dazzle and Bug with Sean Campion, Niamh Cusack, Ruta Gedmintas and Matthew Lewis in the London premiere of Unfaithful.
Unfaithful is a blackly comic new play, sharply written by award-winning playwright Owen McCafferty (Scenes From The Big Picture, Shoot The Crow) and directed by Adam Penford. It questions what it means to be lovers, partners and people.
Tom is enjoying a quiet pint after work. Tara lies awake while her boyfriend finishes his shift. When their paths cross, a chain of events is sparked that reveal the unspoken desires and regrets of two relationships on the brink.
Sean Campion was a series regular in the historical TV series The Borgias. Other notable television credits include Rillington Place (BBC), Mr Selfridge, Vera, Identity (all ITV) and EastEnders (BBC).
His extensive stage credits include Stones In His Pockets (New Ambassadors) for which he was nominated for the Laurence Oliver Award for Best Actor and received a Drama Desk Special Award.
Other theatre credits include Once A Catholic (Tricycle), Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Is Gone (Almeida), Theatre Brothel (Almeida), Wittenburg (Gate), Death And The Maiden (Salisbury Playhouse), Gambling (Soho Theatre), Berlin Hannover Express (Hampstead) and Much Ado About Nothing (Regents Park).
Niamh Cusack most recently starred in The Winter’s Tale at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe. Her previous theatre credits include Ticking (Trafalgar Studios), The Rehearsal (Chichester Festival Theatre, Minerva), The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-time (National Theatre & Apollo).
Niamh’s extensive television credits include Silent Witness, New Tricks, Best of Men and Henry IV (BBC) and Lewis and Midsummer Murders for ITV.
Ruta Gedmintas’s stage credits include Backbeat (Duke of York’s), What Every Woman Knows (Royal Exchange), Primary (Hampstead) and, on TV, The Tudors (BBC), The Borgias (Showtime), Ripper Street (Tiger Aspect) and The Guilty (ITV).
Matthew Lewis starred as Neville Longbottom in all of the Harry Potter films and has since gone on to star in many feature films including most recently Me Before You (MGM) directed by Thea Sharrock.
Television credits include Ripper Street, Happy Valley, Bluestone 42, The Syndicate and Death in Paradise (All BBC). Matthew’s stage credits include Verdict (Bill Kenwright Ltd) and Our Boys (Duchess).
Unfaithful opens at Found111, the original site of the Central St Martins School of Art, at 111 Charing Cross Road, on August 25 and runs until October 8. Age recommendation 14+ Contains adult themes.