Four stars from The Stage: “Tightly focused verbatim drama” I am making my London theatre debut, playing Heycock, an undergraduate Cambridge student in Debate: Baldwin vs Buckley, at the Stone Nest Theatre. We will be running from 15th March to 8th April. The director is the award winning Christopher McElroen, who directed the US performancesContinue reading “Debate: Baldwin vs Buckley”
Tag Archives: Acting
Hag of the Hills
I am thrilled to say that I am the narrator for the audiobook for Hag of the Hills, a Celtic historical fantasy novel by J.T.T. Ryder. Do give it a read, or even better, a listen when it’s up on Audible! It is a very interesting process: recording an audiobook, and learning the editing toolsContinue reading “Hag of the Hills”
Twelfth Night Promo
With performances for Twelfth Night well under way, we have attempted as a cast to explain to you the plot, in under 60 seconds. You can decide for yourself whether we were successful or not, but I can guess what the answer will be!
Twelfth Night: The Wind and the Rain
Originally posted here. Well, well, well. That is a wrap on phase one of rehearsals. Having thoroughly blocked and practiced the play indoors, at just the point at which we felt we had done all we could with the limited enclosed space, we have made the exciting transition outside, in the open air! The playContinue reading “Twelfth Night: The Wind and the Rain”
I am very pleased to be able to say that I am now represented by Linda and Lucy at C S Management. I look forward to working with them to give my career the best start possible, it is a fabulous opportunity for which I am extremely grateful.
Having recently filmed a scene that I wrote with Brooke Camilleri Agius, I have updated my show-reel. You can view it below, I hope you enjoy it.
Twelfth Night Blog: Introduction
Originally posted on BOAT’s blog. Back after a two-year hiatus, while the world dealt with masks, social-distancing and closed theatres, BOAT now returns to shores to whisk you away to the land of Illyria, and meet the merry and mad folk in Twelfth Night. If you haven’t met us before, we are Brownsea Open AirContinue reading “Twelfth Night Blog: Introduction”
Excited to say that I have been cast last-minute in Salisbury Fringe‘s Comedy Highlights at The Chapel. I am jumping in to replace an actor who has come down with covid-19. Should be a fun experience and really great to be able to help out some fellow actors and creatives in need! The show consistsContinue reading “Salisbury Fringe”
I’ve had some fantastic new headshots done, courtesy of Nick James. He was a true delight to work with, professional and friendly, with some amazing advice to offer on starting out in the industry, as well as some juicy anecdotes! I am so pleased with how they have turned out, and I will definitely beContinue reading “New Headshots”
New Theatrical Show-reel
Here’s a new show-reel of some of my stage work. It features two excerpts from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as well as a scene each from Best Brothers and Peter Gynt.