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    INBETWEENERS STAR BLAKE HARRISON IN THE WEST END

    Blake Harrison, the loveable but stupid Neil from hit show Inbetweeners is casting off his comedy role in the month of May for more serious drama in Step 9 (of 12) at the Trafalgar Studios from 1st May to 26th May (Press Night on 4th May).

     

    He will play the role of Keith, a former drug addict who wants to make redemption with his family for past behaviour but as he examines the past this brings repercussions in the present.

    The play is written by Rob Hayes and directed by Tom Attenborough, son of theatre director Michael Attenborough and grandson of Sir Richard Attenborough.

    The rest of the cast has yet to be announced.  

    The Trafalgar Studios 2 venue with only 90 seats is an intimate stage to watch exciting new writers, directors and perfomers.  The venue's recent success was a sold out production of Sex With A Stranger, which starred Russell Tovey and currently it is staging The Leisure Society starring Ed Stoppard and former model Agyness Deyn making her West End debut.

    Book Step 9 (of 12) tickets online now.

    [posted by Louise, 29/02/2012]



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