WHO’S IN IT?
Tom Hardy (Bronson), Olivia Colman (Tyrannosaur), Kate Fleetwood (Philomena), Clare Burt (Broken), Janet Henfrey (Dragonworld), Paul Thornley (Metamorphosis), Jenny Galloway (Johnny English), Gillian Bevan (Teachers), Michael Shaeffer (Trance), James Doherty (Closed Circuit), Anita Dobson (Eastenders)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Rufus Norris (Broken), director; Alecky Blythe (film debut), writer; Dixie Linder (Churchill: The Hollywood Years), producer; Adam Cork (film debut), composer; Danny Cohen (The King’s Speech), cinematographer; John Wilson (Billy Elliott), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
The quiet and rural town of Ipswich is rocked by the discovery of the bodies of five women in 2006, with the residents of the dodgy London Road in particular being affected when a local resident is charged and convicted of the murders. Now, the community must struggle with being at the epicentre of a tragedy, and how they must get back on good terms with the rest of society…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The acclaimed National Theatre musical based on real-life interviews about the Steve Wright killings is brought to magical and uplifting life in this moving adaptation of solidarity and community.