Quiz 447 X792.


A new play by James Graham

Minerva TheatreTicketsPrice: from £20


Is truth really in the eye of the beholder?

Is Quiz:

A) The world premiere of a new play by acclaimed writer James Graham?

B) A provocative re-examination of the conviction of Charles Ingram, ‘the coughing Major’, for cheating, following his appearance on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

C) A hilarious celebration of the great tradition of the British quiz show?

D) A razor-sharp analysis of the 21st century’s dangerous new attitude to truth and lies?

Answer: You decide.

James Graham’s hit play This House transferred to the West End following sell-out runs during Festival 2016 and at the National Theatre. Graham’s other work for theatre in the UK and US, and on screen, includes The Vote, Finding Neverland, Privacy, Coalition and X+Y.

Daniel Evans recently directed David Mamet’s American Buffalo in the West End; his productions at Sheffield Theatres included Lucy Prebble’s The Effect and David Hare’s Racing Demon.


Festival 2017 pricing information

This production is a fictional imagination based on real events which took place in 2001 following an episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? It is not in any way connected with the makers of the programme or any of the individuals portrayed.

Prologue tickets now on sale

Cast & Creatives


  • Nadia Albina Spotlight Bw Rocco Redondo 2016.

    Nadia Albina

  • Paul Bazely Headshot.

    Paul Bazely

  • Keir Charles.

    Keir Charles

  • Greg Haiste.

    Greg Haiste

  • Mark Meadows.

    Mark Meadows

  • Pettigrew Henry.

    Henry Pettigrew

  • Gavin Spokes.

    Gavin Spokes

  • Stephanie Street.

    Stephanie Street

  • Villiers Jay New.

    Jay Villiers

  • Lizzie Winkler New 1.

    Lizzie Winkler

  • Sarah Woodward.

    Sarah Woodward

Creative team

Daniel Evans


Robert Jones


Tim Lutkin

Lighting Designer

Ben and Max Ringham

Music and Sound

Tim Reid

Video Designer

Naomi Said

Movement Director

Charlotte Sutton CDG

Casting Director

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£5 Prologue tickets are available for anyone aged 16-25. This free membership scheme encourages independent theatregoing by younger members of our audience. Prologue members need to be logged in to access £5 seats.

November 2017
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Audio DescribedPrologue Only
December 2017

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