Get to know the cast, including Charles Edwards, Reece Dinsdale and Vincent Franklin, in these exclusive interviews. Find out what it feels like to be part of such a large ensemble cast, and which of the events depicted in the play they found most surprising.
[This House’s] set in Westminster but it could be set in an office, a call centre, a school, in anyone’s workplace, but essentially the rules are the same; it’s about friendship, it’s about loyalty, it’s about rivalry, and about power, so it’s about human beings and yet it feels sort of grander and bigger cos it’s set against the backdrop of something really serious, which is the changing nature of our politics and Britain at an absolute crossroads of its history. - James Graham on his play, This House, nominated for 2 Oliviers
“While you’re doing a job you say ‘I really love doing this’ but then something else comes out of the blue and you love that just as much so it’s just a question of being asked to do nice things by good people.” - Charles Edwards (on his work)