NO MAN’S LAND opens this week: Damien Molony begins UK tour in Sheffield!
Damien has arrived in Sheffield, ready for the opening of No Man’s Land this Wednesday.
Posting a photo of his dressing room door at the Sheffield theatre, Damien announced his arrival via Instagram.
The Sheffield opening on Wednesday marks the beginning of the production’s UK tour, and the UK premiere, after a hit run on Broadway.
Damien will perform in the Harold Pinter play at the Lyceum Theatre from Wednesday 3 – Saturday 13 August, as the character Foster, alongside Sirs Patrick Stewart (Hirst), Ian McKellen (Spooner) and Owen Teale (Briggs).
The play will then tour the UK, continuing to Newcastle 15 – 20 August, Brighton 22 – 27 August, Cardiff 29 August – 3 September, before a long run in London from 8 September to 17 December at Wyndham’s theatre.
Tickets have almost sold out for the Sheffield run from Wed 3 – Sat 13 August, but limited seats are still available from the Box Office on 0114 249 6000. Don’t miss out, hurry to grab one of the last remaining seats to see Damien at the Lyceum!
Tickets for the remaining run are selling out fast, visit the official No Man’s Land Website to buy yours!
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