Richard Bean's THE NAP, Starring Jack O'Connell, Begins Tonight at the Crucible

Richard Bean's THE NAP, Starring Jack O'Connell, Begins Tonight at the Crucible

Jack O'Connell, perhaps best known from the TV series SKINS and the films STARRED UP and '71, returns to the stage in writer Richard Bean's THE NAP at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, beginning today, March 10. Richard Wilson directs the show, which runs through March 26, 2016.

O'Connell described THE NAP to the Daily Mail, calling it "a very endearing play about a world I'm not experienced in, but word on the street is that it can be quite a dark, sometimes secluded, way of life." The actor went on to rave about the premiere being in Sheffield, saying, "Sheffield is the world centre for snooker!"

O'Connell plays 'Dylan', despite not being as talented at the game as his character, who he says "worships the sport as a religion" and "never cheats; and he'd never do anything to disrupt the flow of the game."

In 2008, O'Connell made his stage debut in Fiona Evan's SCARBOROUGH at the Royal Court. He most recently starred on the big screen in Angelina Jolie's UNBROKEN and has also appeared on TV in the series DIVE, UNITED, THE RUNAWAY and SKINS REDUX.

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