Mosquitoes – Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre)

After hanging up her handcuffs as DS Miller in TV’s Broadchurch, Olivia Colman treads onto the Dorfman Theatre’s stage this summer. Starring in a new play, Mosquitoes, by bright young playwright, Lucy Kirkwood, Colman is one of two opposite sisters who are forced together by tragedy and chaos ensues. Expect lively, acerbic scenes as her sister is played by Olivia Williams, recently seen on the small screen as the icy owner of World War II hotel, The Halcyon.

Mosquitoes, 18 July 2017 to 28 September 2017, Dorfman Theatre (National Theatre), Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PX, 020 7452 3000 »nationaltheatre.org.uk

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