Touching letters brought to life in new play
Father and son James Fox and Jack Fox star in Dear Lupin: a major new stage adaptation of the best-selling Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year, ‘Dear Lupin, Letters to a Wayward Son’.
The touching, hilarious letters from renowned racing correspondent and Sunday Times journalist, Roger Mortimer, to his unruly son Charlie are brought vividly to life in this new play that tours the UK prior to a West End transfer.
It is currently at the Norwich Theatre Royal until May 2 before transferring to the Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Two times BAFTA Award winner James Fox, whose extensive film and TV appearances include Downton Abbey, A Passage To India, Patriot Games and The Remains of the Day stars as Roger Mortimer.
He is joined by his son, Jack Fox, as Charlie. A rising star in the Fox family dynasty.
Jack’s television credits include Mr Selfridge, Fresh Meat and Dracula and he has recently appeared in the films Beast, Kids in Love and Theeb.
Adapted by celebrated writer and journalist, Michael Simkins (Fatty Batter, Simkins’s World), this endearing new comedy reveals fresh, undocumented stories of Charlie’s life and his relationship with his father.