Around the World in 80 Days

London, 1872. On the day his world is turned upside down by a postcard from a lost love, Phileas Fogg (David Tennant) is inspired by an article about the exciting advances in travel to take on an almost impossible wager – to circumnavigate the globe in just eighty days. As a man who has spent the last twenty years in a comfortable leather armchair at The Reform Club, he will need all the resilience he can muster and of course would be nowhere without the assistance of quick-witted Frenchman, Passepartout (Ibrahim Koma). Joining them on the road will be the Daily Telegraph journalist who came up with the whole crazy idea in the first place – Abigail Fix (Leonie Benesch).



Around the World in 80 Days is a heightened, character-led romantic voyage, but it is also so much more than that. The narrative is a furnace of adventure that will reveal to Fogg, Fix and Passepartout the importance of trust, tolerance and openness. And love. As our trio encounter new cultures and ways of life, all three have to find the courage to be the best version of themselves. For these three damaged, disparate souls who leave England on their extraordinary mission, the challenges and characters they encounter opens their eyes forever.



David Tennant: Phileas Fogg
Ibrahim Koma: Passepartout
Leonie Benesch: Abigail ‘Fix’ Fortescue
Jason Watkins: Bernard Fortescue
Peter Sullivan: Nyle Bellamy
Anthony Flanagan: Thomas Kneedling
Richard Wilson: Grayson
Loic Djani: Gerard
Giovanni Scifoni: Niccolò Moretti
Cristian de Vegori: Alberto Moretti
Simone Marco Flavio Coppo: Marco
Lindsay Duncan: Jane Digby
Faical Elkihel: Sheik Medjuel el Mezrab
Shivani Ghai: Aouda
Kiroshan Naidoo: Arjan
Rizelle Januk: Samanaz
Charlie Hamblett: Lieutenant Bathurst
Patrick Kennedy: Sir Henry Rowbotham
Victoria Smurfit: Lady Clemency Rowbotham
Gary Beadle: Bass Reeves
John Light: Ambrose Abernathy
Dolly Wells: Estella
Ty Tennant: Gang Leader