Matt DiAngelo
Matt DiAngelo
London's Almeida and Tricycle Theatres have announced further details of their summer and fall seasons.

The Almeida will present Peter McDonald in Adam Rapp's solo play Nocturne (July 16-26), Stephen Rea in Sam Shepard's Kicking a Dead Horse (September 5-20), Samuel West's revival of Harley Granville-Barker's Waste (September 25-October 15), and Neil LaBute's drama In a Dark Dark House, directed by Michael Attenborough (November 20-January 17).

The Tricycle will present Andy Nyman and Steven Pacey in Ron Hutchinson's comedy Moonlight and Magnolias, about the making of Gone With the Wind (July 2-August 2), a reprise of Kwame Kwei-Armah's Let There Be Love, set to the music of Nat King Cole (August 5-30), the Filter Theatre's production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (September 2-27), the UK premiere of August Wilson's final play Radio Golf (October 2-November 1), and Sean Holmes' production of Joe Orton's black comedy Loot, featuring former EastEnders star Matt DiAngelo (December 11-January 31).

For more information, visit www.whatsonstage.com.