Leigh Zimmerman is to join the cast of Relative Values once it transfers to the West End in March. She will play Miranda Frayle in the Theatre Royal Bath Productions’ staging of the Noel Coward’s play, directed by Trevor Nunn.
In 2013, Leigh won an Olivier Award for ‘Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical’ for her role as Sheila in the revival of A Chorus Line at the London Palladium.
In Relative Values, Leigh Zimmerman replaces Katherine Kingsley, who was in the show when it ran in Bath last year.
Relative Values will open at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 19th March, running until 21st June 2014.
Also in the cast are Patricia Hodge, Caroline Quentin, Rory Bremner and Ben Mansfield, who all reprise their roles from the original production. They are joined by Steven Pacey, Timothy Knightley, Amanda Boxer, Sam Hoare and Rebecca Birch.
The designer is Stephen Brimson-Lewis, with lighting by Tim Mitchell and sound by Fergus O’Hare.
Read our exclusive interview with Leigh Zimmerman (November 2013)
Harold Pinter Theatre
Friday 21st February 2014