Some of my favourites from recent years. Browse away...

Earl of Warwick, The Lark

Earl of Warwick, The Lark

Another Jean Anouilh joint (see Ring Round The Moon), The Lark is a bizarre and beautiful retelling of the final moments of the life of Joan of Arc, as seen through her imagination as she burns at the stake...

Garcin, No Exit (Huis Clos)

Garcin, No Exit (Huis Clos)

My fourth show with Second Skin Theatre, Jean-Paul Sartre's profound existential commentary on what happens when three perfect strangers are thrown together in the afterlife.Directed by Andy McQuade and performed at the White Rabbit Theatre, November 2013, transferring to the Rosemary Branch Theatre the following January.

Benvolio, Romeo & Juliet

Benvolio, Romeo & Juliet

The first of two shows at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival 2013. Directed by Benet Catty and performed to a total audience of over 4,500 over three weeks. (Pictured with Liam Webster, as Romeo)

Lorand Sigray, Blood Privilege

Lorand Sigray, Blood Privilege

Don Fried's Blood Privilege is the story of 16th century Hungarian countess Erszebet Bathory, "history's most prolific female serial killer". Directed by Andy McQuade and performed at the White Rabbit Theatre, March 2013.

Richard, The Christmas Dinner

Richard, The Christmas Dinner

My first show with Second Skin and director Andy McQuade - see the Second Skin Theatre tab for more details. Script by Duncan Stevens. Directed by Andy McQuade at the White Rabbit Theatre, December 2012.

Mr Wyrd, Suggestions of Love

Mr Wyrd, Suggestions of Love

A truly unique show. Suggestions of Love (an ongoing project) calls itself a 'song opera'. Balthemius Wyrd comments in a series of introspective, philosophical monologues on the romantic progress of two singer/dancers, who narrate their own journeys in song. A wordy, intelligent and fulsome role which I look forward to continuing. Directed by Tamara Tempera of Tamara Arts Productions, and first performed at The Forge, Camden, in November 2012.

Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream

Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream

Puck in The Movement's A Midsummer Night's Dream was certainly one of the most involving roles I've yet worked on. A druidic and earthbound Puck based on pre-Jacobean source material, and much of whose role we translated into Middle English for the show. Directed by Benjamin Blyth at the Courtyard Theatre, September 2012.

Froth/Abhorson, Measure for Measure

Froth/Abhorson, Measure for Measure

Dark Corner's German Expressionist-style Measure for Measure, in which I played the squawking imbecile Froth and the wheezing, darkly laconic executioner Abhorson (pictured). Directed by Tom Hartill at the Cockpit Theatre, August 2012.

Daniel, The Rules of The Game

Daniel, The Rules of The Game

The misogynistic, Neil-Strauss-worshipping, self-styled player-to-rule-all-players Daniel, in Andy Taylor's The Rules of the Game. Written and directed by Andy Taylor of 1215 Productions, performed at the Barons Court Theatre, July 2012

Freddie, The Deep Blue Sea

Freddie, The Deep Blue Sea

The decorated former RAF pilot in what is arguably Terrence Rattigan's finest work. My latest show at the South London Theatre - others have included Samuel Beckett's Endgame (Clov) and Ted Hughes's The House of Demons (Orestes). Directed by Jeanette Hoile, May 2012. (Pictured with Barry Heselden, as Miller)

Patrice, Ring Round the Moon

Patrice, Ring Round the Moon

My final show in training at the Poor School, playing the hopelessly neurotic Patrice Bombelles in Jean Anouilh's Ring Round the Moon alongside Victoria Welsh (pictured). Directed by Christopher Dunham, May 2011. (Pictured with Victoria Welsh, as Lady India)

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