HBO’s Succession: Where you can catch Sarah Snook, Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong live on stage

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We’ve rounded up where you can see your favourite Succession actors on the West End and Broadway.

With the critically acclaimed HBO series Succession finishing, fans have been left wanting more.

While there are no plans for Jesse Armstrong to write any spin off series, the beloved cast have signed up to a number of new and exciting projects.

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Theatre lovers will be delighted to know that you can catch a few of the former Waystar Royco cast on stage.

We’ve rounded up where you can see your favourite Succession actors on the West End and Broadway.

Sarah Snook will star in the Picture of Dorian Gray in the West End next year.Sarah Snook will star in the Picture of Dorian Gray in the West End next year.
Sarah Snook will star in the Picture of Dorian Gray in the West End next year. | Getty Images for BFI

Sarah Snook

Sarah Snook will play 26 different characters in a one-woman show opening in the West End next year.

Snook, who was last on the London stage in The Master Builder opposite Ralph Fiennes at the Old Vic, will star in a solo adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray, adapted for the stage by Kip Williams.

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The Picture of Dorian Gray will open on 23 January 2024 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and will run for nearly 12 weeks

Snook played the ambitious and deviant Shiv Roy on the show, in which she battled with her brothers for control of their father Logan Roy’s international media and entertainment company.

Brian Cox (centre), Alex Lawther (left), Patricia Clarkson (centre right) and Daryl McCormack (right). Credit: Second Half ProductionsBrian Cox (centre), Alex Lawther (left), Patricia Clarkson (centre right) and Daryl McCormack (right). Credit: Second Half Productions
Brian Cox (centre), Alex Lawther (left), Patricia Clarkson (centre right) and Daryl McCormack (right). Credit: Second Half Productions | Credit: Second Half Productions

Brian Cox

Brian Cox is also coming to the West End next year, playing another flawed patriarch in a new production of Eugene O’Neill’s ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’.

Cox will take on the role of James Tyrone, a semi-retired actor, who is vain, self-obsessed, and miserly.

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Moving and inspiring in equal measure, ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’ is a story of love, hate, betrayal, addiction and the impossible fragility of family bonds.

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ is at Wyndham’s Theatre from Mar 19-June 8 2024.

Cox played the role of the cruel but brilliant billionaire mogul Logan Roy in the Emmy award winning series.

Jeremy Strong will star in An Enemy of the People on Broadway next yearJeremy Strong will star in An Enemy of the People on Broadway next year
Jeremy Strong will star in An Enemy of the People on Broadway next year | Getty Images

Jeremy Strong

Jeremy Strong is making a return to Broadway next year starring in Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 play An Enemy of the People.

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The play with a rewrite from Amy Herzog – will premiere in early 2024 at a theatre to be revealed later, producers said.

It will be Strong’s second time on Broadway. He was in A Man for All Seasons in 2008 with Frank Langella and Patrick Page

Strong will play a public-minded doctor in a small town who discovers the water supply for the public spa is contaminated and may have made tourists – the community’s economic lifeblood – ill.

Strong played the lead role of the troubled but ambitious Kendall in Succession, which earned him an Emmy and Golden Globe.

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Arian Moayed

Iranian actor Arian Moayed has just finished starring in the Broadway run of Henrik Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’.

The revived work by Amy Herzog has been nominated for six Tony Awards, with Moayed receiving a nomination for best featured actor.

The “radical new production” also starred Oscar winning Jessica Chastain.

Moayed played the role of Stewy Hosseini, Kendall’s slippery friend and sometimes ally, in Succession.

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