Sheffield Theatres has announced the cast for the World Premiere of The Last King of Scotland, which will run in the Crucible from Friday 27 September – Saturday 19 October.
Idi Amin is the self-declared President of Uganda. When Scottish medic Nicholas Garrigan becomes his personal physician, he is catapulted into Amin’s inner circle. A useful asset for the British Secret Service, is Garrigan the man on the inside, or does he have blood on his hands too?
Adapted for stage by Steve Waters from Giles Foden’s novel, and directed by Gbolahan Obisesan, the cast features: Tobi Bamtefa (Barber Shop Chronicles) as Idi Amin Dada, Akuc Bol (The Dumping Ground) as Kay Amin, George Eggay (Black Earth Rising) as Archbishop, Peter Hamilton Dyer (Downton Abbey) as Perkins, Baker Mukasa (Tina the Musical) as Jonah Wasswa, John Omole (Hollyoaks) as Peter Mbalu-Mukasa, Joyce Omotola (Consequences of Silence) as Malyam, Mark Oosterveen (Rank) as Stone, Daniel Portman (Game of Thrones) as Nicholas Garrigan, Hussina Raja (A Discovery of Witches) as Priti and Eva Jane Willis (Gangs of London) as Marina Perkins.
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