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”
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.
I am delighted to have been cast as Sebastian in Brownsea Island Open Air Theatre‘s (B.O.A.T) production of Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare. I will be playing Sebastian, twin brother of Viola, who is shipwrecked in Illyria, and mistaken for his sister, who has disguised herself as a man. The production is in support ofContinue reading “B.O.A.T – Twelfth Night”
Our production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream streamed from GSA (Guildford School of Acting). The show’s production photos are now available in the gallery page. I relished the chance to play Lysander, my first professional role, and I am proud of my performance, as well as honoured to have acted alongside such a talented company.Continue reading “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
I wrote this poem in response to the imminent return of live-theatre productions after months of closed doors. Shut doors. Shuttered windows. A crimson glow clings like my dreams To the walls of my second homes – A new red-light district in London: The West-end with a broken heart. The Globe, The Almeida, The RoyalContinue reading “House Opens at 19:00”