Long Day's Journey Into Night, by Eugene O'Neil

Jeremy Irons

Lesley Manville

Director: Richard Eyre

Designer: Rob Howell

Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford

Sound Designer: John Leonard

"Oustanding... Deeply Moving"- The Guardian

"5 stars"- Daily Mail

Jessica Regan


Television includes: Ill Behaviour (Fudge Park/BBC/Showtime), Nowhere Fast (Deadpan Pictures/RTE), It Should Have Been Me (Merman/Sky), Call the Midwife (Neal Street/BBC) and Casualty (BBC). As former Series regular Dr Niamh Donoghue in Doctors, she won Best Actress at the Royal Television Society Awards (Midlands) 2014 and Best Newcomer at the British Soap Awards 2015; Silent Witness, Eastenders, The Wrong Door (all BBC); Peep Show, Ladies and Gentlemen (Channel 4); No Signal (FX Channel) 

Theatre credits include: Henry V at Regents Park, Liola at the National Theatre, directed by Richard Eyre; The Kitchen, The Cherry Orchard, and Blood and Gifts (National Theatre); Coalition (Pleasance); Stars in the Morning (Belgrade Coventry); The Flags (Royal Court, Liverpool).

Radio and voiceover work includes: A Time to Dance (BBC Radio 4); The Cider Queens (RTE Radio).

Jessica is a contributor and performer on hit podcast, The Guilty Feminist.

She trained at RADA.