Those who didn't get the chance to catch David Tennant's play GOOD at the West End are in luck.


The Doctor Who star's much anticipated return to the stage will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer very soon, as well as arriving on BBC Four.

Filmed live at London's Harold Pinter Theatre by the National Theatre during its sell-out run at the West End, GOOD reimagines CP Taylor's exploration of a 'good' man's descent into Nazism, with intimate staging and a small cast led by Tennant as German professor John Halder.

As Halder gets pulled into the movement taking over his country against the backdrop of the Second World War, it will have unthinkable consequences for his Jewish best friend, Maurice (played by Elliot Levey).

Good with David Tennant as John Halder and Sharon Small as Helen at the National Theatre Live as they sit in white shirts looking into each other's eyes
GOOD with David Tennant.

Tennant and Levey are joined by Law & Order UK's Sharon Small, who, like Levey, takes on several roles, from Harold's mother to his wife and his lover.

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Directed by Olivier Award winner Dominic Cooke (Follies), the play was well received during its original run in 2022.

Both the Metro and the Financial Times gave it five-star reviews, with the latter praising Tennant's "riveting, witty and intensely human" performance.

GOOD will air on BBC Four at 10pm on Sunday 21st April, as well as arriving on iPlayer on the same day.

GOOD will be available on BBC iPlayer from Sunday 21st April, and will show on BBC Four at 10pm on the same day.


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