Sam Holcroft's acclaimed play, "A Mirror," is set to dazzle audiences in London's West End after a successful premiere at the Almeida Theatre in August. The captivating drama, praised for its wit and exuberance, will embark on a limited 12-week engagement at the prestigious Trafalgar Theatre starting from January 22, with the grand opening scheduled for February 1.
Returning to the lead role of Čelik is the talented Jonny Lee Miller, known for his roles in "Trainspotting" and "Elementary." Tanya Reynolds, celebrated for her performance in "Sex Education," will reprise her role as Mei. The cast also includes Geoffrey Streatfeild as Bax, marking his return, and Samuel Adewunmi, making his highly anticipated West End debut as Adem.
"A Mirror" unfolds against the backdrop of Leyla and Joel's wedding, gradually revealing hidden layers that add complexity to the seemingly joyous occasion. London Theatre's four-star review of the Almeida production hails Holcroft's witty satire, describing it as an "exuberant experience" that pays off cleverly in a climactic reveal within its looping structure.
Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the production boasts the creative talents of Max Jones for sets and costumes, Azusa Ono for lighting, Nick Powell for composition and sound, and Jonathan Holby for fight direction. Don't miss the chance to experience the magic of "A Mirror" in the heart of the West End.