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HH Client NIGEL LINDSAY will star in Alan Ayckbourn’s riotous comedy A Small Family Business at the National Theatre this Spring. Playing in the Olivier Theatre from 1st April (with Press Night on 8th April), NIGEL will star as Jack McCracken in Ayckbourn’s exposure of entrepreneurial greed that first premiered at the venue in 1987.

Written during the height of Thatcherism, A Small Family Business tells the story of Jack’s journey from a man of principle to rampant self-interest and corruption with the discovery his extended family is no more than a group of thieves and adulterers.

Directed by Adam Penford, whose directing credits include Island at the National Theatre and The Hostage at Southwark Playhouse, London stage regular NIGEL returns to the beloved South Bank venue following roles in The Pillowman, The London Cuckolds, Blue Remembered Hills and Dealer’s Choice. He has just finished starring as Bolingbroke in the RSC’s Richard II and he will be starring in A Small Family Business alongside HH client DEBRA GILLETT as well as Gawn Grainger, Amanda Hadingue, Amy Marston, Gerard Monaco, Samuel Taylor and Niky Wardley.

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