David Tennant is set to tread the boards in the West End once again, starring in a revival of Good.
Tennant, who was last on stage in London in Don Juan in Soho in 2017, will take on the role of Professor John Halder in the piece.
Set in 1930s Germany, the play follows a professor who attempts to rationalise the actions and anti-semitism of the Nazi party.
Good will run from 6th October for a limited season of ten weeks at the Playhouse Theatre and will be directed by Dominic Cooke.
Tennant said: “Dominic is one of the UK’s all-time great theatre directors. I am really inspired and delighted to finally get a chance to work with him, and especially on a wonderful play like C P Taylor’s Good – a fantastic bit of writing that is more pertinent and resonant now than it has ever been.”
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