Toast is a play written in 1999 by English playwright Richard Bean. It premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London in 1999. The play tells the story of seven men who all work in a bread factory in Hull. One Sunday night, Nellie is so worn down from a lifetime making dough, he loses his vest in the mix.
|Written by||Richard Bean|
Walter Nelson (Nellie)
|Setting||The canteen of a bread factory|
- Matthew Kelly - Walter Nelson (Nellie)
- Simon Greenall - Cecil
- Steve Nicolson - Blakey
- Will Barton - Colin
- Matt Sutton - Peter
- Finlay Robertson - Dezzie
- John Wark - Lance
On 9 September 2015 it was announced that Snapdragon Productions's 2014 revival would embark on a UK Tour and transfer to the Brits off Broadway Festival in 2016 with Kieran Knowles taking over the role of Dezzie.
- Richard Bean - complete guide to the Playwright and Plays
- Desk, BWW News. "Snapdragon Productions Sets Full UK Touring Cast of TOAST". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 2019-01-30.
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