Cast announced for the UK Tour of THE DA VINCI CODE

Olivier-award winning Nigel HarmanRed Dwarf and Death in Paradise star Danny John-Jules and newcomer Hannah Rose Caton will lead the cast of the World Premiere of the first-ever stage adaptation of Dan Brown’s international phenomenon, The Da Vinci Code.  Nigel Harman will play Robert Langdon, Danny John-Jules will play Sir Leigh Teabing and Hannah Rose Caton will play Sophie Neveu.

The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown’s blockbuster novel that captivated the world, is to become an epic stage thriller. It will make its World Premiere on a UK Tour in 2022, opening at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley on Monday 10 January 2022, and touring throughout the year.

The curator of the Louvre has been brutally murdered, and alongside his body are a series of baffling codes. Follow the pulse-racing journey as Professor Robert Langdon and fellow cryptologist Sophie Neveu attempt to solve the riddles, leading to the works of Leonardo Da Vinci and beyond, deep into the vault of history. In a breathless race through the streets of Europe, Langdon and Neveu must decipher the labyrinthine code before a shocking historical secret is lost forever.

Based on the best-selling novel of this century, with over 100 million copies sold, unlock the secrets of The Da Vinci Code in the world premiere stage adaptation of the international phenomenon and uncover the truth in the greatest thriller of the past 2,000 years.

The Da Vinci Code – 2022 Tour Dates

10 – 15 January
Churchill Theatre, Bromley

17 – 22 January
Theatre Royal, Nottingham

24 – 29 January
Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

31 January – 5 February
Bath Theatre Royal

7 – 12 February
Theatre Royal, Plymouth

21 – 26 February
Coventry Belgrade Theatre

28 February – 5 March
Hull New Theatre

7 – 12 March
Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton

14 – 19 March
Brighton Theatre Royal

21 – 26 March
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

28 March – 2 April
King’s Theatre, Glasgow

6 – 9 April
King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

11 – 16 April
Theatre Royal, Newcastle

26 – 30 April
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

2 – 7 May
Richmond Theatre

9 – 14 May
New Victoria Theatre, Woking

16 – 21 May
Curve Theatre, Leicester

23 – 28 May
Norwich Theatre Royal

6 – 11 June
Shrewsbury Severn Theatre

13 – 18 June
Orchard Theatre, Dartford

20 – 25 June
Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

28 June – 2 July
New Theatre, Cardiff

4 -9 July
Royal & Derngate, Northampton

18 – 23 July
His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen

25 – 30 July
The Lowry, Salford

29 August – 3 September
Milton Keynes Theatre

12 – 17 September
Malvern Theatre

19 – 24 September
Grand Opera House, Belfast

26 September – 1 October
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

10 – 15 October
Royal & Derngate, Northampton

17 – 22 October
Oxford Playhouse

24 – 29 October
Wyvern Theatre, Swindon

31 October – 5 November
Liverpool Playhouse

7 – 12 November
The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford