Paul Morrissey Ltd, Christopher Wheeler and Molly Morris in association with Glynis Henderson Productions, Dawn Smalberg, Bev Ragovoy and Park Theatre present

When Darkness Falls

By James Milton & Paul Morrissey


Will Barton 

Theatre includes: ‘The Libertine’ (Haymarket West End), ‘Toast’ (Park Theatre and New York), ‘Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’be’ (Theatre Royal Stratford East), ‘Joking Apart’, ‘Woman In Mind’, ‘Lady Windemere’s Fan’ (Salisbury Playhouse), ‘The Boy On The Swing’, (The Arcola) ‘The Bowmans’ (Newbury Watermill), ‘Festen’ (Almeida On Tour), ‘Feelgood’, ‘Because It’s There’ (Nottingham Playhouse), ‘Young Emma’, ‘Neville Southall’s Washbag’, (Finborough), ‘Bedtime Stories’ (Stephen Joseph Theatre), ‘What The Butler Saw’ (Northampton Theatre Royal), ‘All That Trouble That We Had’ (Birmingham Rep), ‘Elton John’s Glasses’ (Queens Theatre West End), ‘The Visit’ (Chichester), ‘The Merry Wives of Theatre’, ‘Women of Troy’ (Royal National Theatre), ‘Angry Old Men’ (Plymouth Theatre Royal & Tour), ‘Webster’ (Old Red Lion), ‘Pioneers in Ingolstadt’ (The Gate Theatre). 

Television includes: ‘A Confession’, ‘Vanity Fair’, ‘Holby City’, ‘Theresa v Boris’, ‘Eastenders’, ‘How Do You Want Me?’ (2 series), ‘Heartbeat’, ‘Dr Who’, ‘My Family’, ‘Casualty’, ‘Space Precinct’, ‘Barking’, ‘Switch’, ‘New Tricks’, ‘Doctors’.

Film includes: ‘Official Secrets’, ‘Ilkley’, ‘The Theory of Everything’, ‘City Slacker’, ‘Oscar & Lucinda’


Alex Phelps

Alex Phelps’s theatre work includes Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night and Reynaldo/Priest and understudy Hamlet in Hamlet (both Shakespeare's Rose Theatre), Raleigh in Journey’s End for Mesh Theatre Company, and Dennis Dutton in The Vertical Hour, Bob Acres in The Rivals and Orestes in Elektra (all at Theatre By The Lake).  He was due to appear in The Importance of Being Earnest for Say It Again, Sorry? at The Pleasance for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.