Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, will see the return of David Suchet to London’s theatreland when it opens at the Apollo Theatre London in April of next year.
The story, set on one long summer’s day in 1912, centres on James Tyrone (Suchet), his wife Mary and their sons Jamie and Edmund as they battle their demons.
Long Day’s Journey Into Night was first produced on Broadway in 1956, posthumously winning O’Neill the Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
David Suchet is best known on television for playing Agatha Christie’s Belgian detective ‘Poirot’ but he is also a vastly experienced stage actor whose recent London theatre credits also include ‘All My Sons’, ‘The Last Confession’ and ‘Complicit’ .
Long Day’s Journey Into Night Theatre Breaks available soon
Apollo Theatre, London
02 April 2012 to 17 August 2012