Billy Crudup Is Making His West End Debut With Harry Clarke at the Ambassadors Theatre

Billy Crudup will reprise his role(s) in the one-man show Harry Clarke

After two hit runs in the US, David Cale’s critically acclaimed play Harry Clarke is opening in London this March. The one-man show stars Tony and Emmy Award-winning actor Billy Crudup (of The Morning Show, Coast of Utopia, No Man’s Land and Almost Famous) who has played its titular character since the world premiere in 2017, and this will mark his West End debut.

During stints in both New York City and Los Angeles, Crudup received praise for his performance as Philip Brugglestein, an awkward Midwestern barista who disguises himself as Harry Clarke, a Londoner who manages to charm his way into a wealthy family. It’s a story that could be called reminiscent of The Talented Mr. RipleySaltburn and even Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but that certainly keeps audiences guessing. And if you want more theatre updates like this, sign up to our theatre newsletter here.

Sat 9th March – Sat 11th May 2024
Ambassadors Theatre, West Street, London WC2H 9ND