The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown adapted for the stage at the Nottingham Theater Royal, with Nigel Harman and Danny John-Jules

The very first stage adaptation of Dan Brown’s best-selling thriller The Da Vinci Code arrives at the Theater Royal in Nottingham next week, starring Nigel Harman as Robert Langdon.

The show, which runs Tuesday through Saturday, will also star Danny John-Jules as Sir Leigh Teabing, Hannah Rose Caton as Sophie Neveu and Joshua Lacy as Silas.

The curator of the Louvre was brutally murdered and next to his body hides a series of puzzling codes. Follow the thrilling journey as Professor Robert Langdon and fellow cryptologist Sophie Neveu attempt to solve puzzles, leading to the works of Leonardo da Vinci and beyond, deep within the vault of history.

The Da Vinci Code stars Hannah Rose Caton (Sophie Neveu), Nigel Harman (Robert Langdon), Danny John-Jules (Sir Leigh Teabing). Photo: Oliver Ross (54142903)

Langdon and Neveu must crack the labyrinthine code before a shocking historical secret is lost forever.

The Da Vinci Code was adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel.

Producer Simon Friend said, “We have a truly stellar cast and creative team bringing The Da Vinci Code to life on stage for the first time, and with full approval of Dan Brown for the show and talented director Luke Sheppard. at the helm, we’re confident that we will appeal to dedicated fans as well as newcomers to this wonderful story.

“Dan Brown’s epic thriller has been read by millions of people around the world and seen by millions of people around the world on the big screen, and we all look forward to bringing our new stage version to audiences across the UK. United.”

Dan Brown said: “I am delighted that The Da Vinci Code is adapted for the stage and delighted to see the unique potential of live theater to enhance this story. The team that made the production have been true to the book, but will also bring something new to audiences, in what is sure to be a gripping and fast-paced stage thriller and a very entertaining spectacle.

Nigel Harman played Dennis Rickman in EastEnders from 2003 to 2005. His other television works include Downton Abbey, Miss Marple – The Mirror Crack’d, Hotel Babylon, Lark Rise To Candleford and City Of Vice.

Danny John-Jules is probably best known for his role as Cat in Red Dwarf and has appeared in every episode of Series 13. He also made his character as Dwayne Myers his own in the hit BBC series Death In Paradise.

Hannah Rose Caton made her British theater debut in The Da Vinci Code.

The cast also includes Basienka Blake (Vernet), Alasdair Buchan (Remy) Alpha Kargbo (Fache), Leigh Lothian (Collet), Andrew Lewis (Saunière) and Debra Michaels (Sister Sandrine / Marie).

Director Luke Sheppard said, “Cracking The Da Vinci Code open for the stage reveals an epic thriller steeped in theatrical potential, loaded with suspense and surprising at every turn.

“Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel’s brilliant adaptation goes off the page and asks us to push the limits of our imaginations, creating a production that champions dynamic theatrical storytelling and brings audiences closer to this gripping mystery.”

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