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

Rory Keenan

James Tyrone Jr

Previously for Richard Eyre, Rory played the title role in Liola at the National Theatre. Other theatre credits include The Kitchen, Damned By Despair (all National Theatre); Saint Joan, Welcome Home Captain Fox! and Philadelphia Here I Come! (all Donmar Warehouse) Dublin Carrol (Donmar at Trafalgar Studios), Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Shaughraun (Noel Coward Theatre), The Big Fellah (Lyric Hammersmith & UK Tour) and Lakeboat/Prairie du Chien (Arcola Theatre). Before moving to London he had worked extensively in theatre in Ireland appearing in many Abbey Theatre productions including Six Characters in Search of an Author, The School For Scandal, She Stoops to Folly and Saved. Elsewhere in Dublin he has played the title roles in Hamlet, Macbeth and Don Carlos as well as many other leading roles in The Gate Theatre, Olympia Theatre, and Gaiety Theatre including Festen, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Taming OF The Shrew, and The Seagull.

TV credits include:, Come Home, War & Peace, Peaky Blinders, Birdsong, and Aristocrats (all BBC) Versailles (Canal+/BBC ), Striking Out, The Clinic, On Home Ground, Showbands (all RTE), Lucky Man (SKY), Benedict Arnold (ABC), Primeval (ITV),.

Film work includes; The Young Messiah, Grimsby, The Guard, Take Down, One Hundred Mornings, Second Coming, Zonad, Ella Enchanted, Intermission, Pride and Joy and Reign of Fire.