The thrilling Roy Grace series from multi-million No.1 best-selling author Peter James returns with the world premiere stage production of Looking Good Dead, starring award-winning actor and EastEnders icon, Adam Woodyatt.

No good deed goes unpunished…hours after picking up a USB memory stick, left behind by another passenger on a train seat, Tom Bryce, (Adam Woodyatt) inadvertently becomes a witness to a vicious murder. Reporting the crime to the police has disastrous consequences, placing him and his family in grave danger. When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace becomes involved, he has his own demons to contend with, while he tries to crack the case in time to save the Bryce family’s lives.

Adapted by award winning writer Shaun McKenna, Looking Good Dead follows the huge stage success of The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple and will keep you on the edge of your seat until the chilling final moments!

Don’t miss your chance to see the world premiere tour of Peter James’ gripping new play.

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Cast

Adam Woodyatt as Tom Bryce

Adam Woodyatt is the longest serving cast member in EastEnders having appeared continuously as Ian Beale since the show began in 1985. For his portrayal of the role he was honoured in 2013 with the Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2015 after EastEnders 30th Anniversary Live episode, Best Actor at the British Soap Awards. Looking Good Dead marks Adam’s return to stage in a play for the first time since 1982 as a 13 year old at the National Theatre in Tom Stoppard’s On The Razzle, In addition to EastEnders Adam has also appeared on many TV programmes including Robot Wars, Dream House, A Question of Sport, presented the National Lottery draw live and last year was a contestant on Celebrity Masterchef. He has also previously appeared in the pantomimes Peter Pan, Snow White, Aladdin, Mother Goose and Cinderella.

Creatives

PETER JAMES – NOVELIST AND PRODUCER

SHAUN MCKENNA – STAGE ADAPTOR

IAN TALBOT OBE – DIRECTOR

Tour Dates
  • Thursday 1 April - Saturday 10 April
    Churchill Theatre Bromley
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  • Monday 12 April - Saturday 17 April
    Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
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  • Monday 19 April - Saturday 24 April
    Sheffield Lyceum Theatre
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  • Tuesday 27 April - Saturday 1 May
    Cardiff New Theatre
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  • Monday 3 May - Saturday 8 May
    Leeds Grand Theatre
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  • Monday 10 May - Saturday 15 May
    Coventry Belgrade Theatre
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  • Monday 17 May - Saturday 22 May
    Norwich Theatre Royal
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  • Tuesday 1 June - Saturday 5 June
    The Lowry, Salford
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  • Monday 7 June - Saturday 12 June
    Cheltenham Everyman Theatre
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  • Tuesday 14 June – Saturday 19 June
    Milton Keynes Theatre
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  • Monday 21 June - Saturday 26 June
    Newcastle Theatre Royal
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  • Monday 28 June - Saturday 3 July
    Leicester Curve
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  • Tuesday 6 July - Saturday 10 July
    Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
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  • Monday 12 July - Saturday 17 July
    Southend Theatre
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  • Monday 26 July - Saturday 31 July
    Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
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  • Monday 02 August - Saturday 07 August
    Theatre Royal Glasgow
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  • Monday 09 August - Saturday 14 August
    Orchard Theatre Dartford
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  • Monday 16 August – Saturday 21 August
    Richmond Theatre
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  • Monday 23 August - Saturday 28 August
    Cambridge Arts Theatre
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  • Monday 30 August - Saturday 4 September
    Malvern Theatre
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  • Monday 6th September – Saturday 11th September
    The Alexandra Birmingham
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  • Monday 13th September - Saturday 18th September
    New Victoria Theatre Woking
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  • Monday 20th September - Saturday 25th September
    Wyvern Theatre Swindon
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  • Tuesday 5th October - Saturday 9th October
    King’s Theatre Edinburgh
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  • Monday 11th October – Saturday 16th October
    Theatre Royal Brighton 
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