The King’s Speech hits Royal stage

Jonathan Hyde (Lionel Logue), Charles Edwards (George V) and Emma Fielding (Queen Elizabeth) in The King's Speech at Nottingham Theatre Royal from February 13-18.
Jonathan Hyde (Lionel Logue), Charles Edwards (George V) and Emma Fielding (Queen Elizabeth) in The King's Speech at Nottingham Theatre Royal from February 13-18.

You’ve seen the award-winning film...now watch the play on which it was based.

A world premiere production of The King’s Speech comes to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from February 13-18 as part of a national tour.

A stellar cast includes Emnma Fielding as Queen Elizabeth, Joss Ackland as George V and Ian McNeice as Churchill.

The lead role of the stuttering George VI is played by Charles Edwards while Lionel Logue will be played by Jonathan Hyde.

Performances are at 7,30pm with a Wednesday matinee at 2pm and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm

Tickets £11-£27.50; concessions available. To book, contact 0115 989 5555 or www.trch.co.uk