I played King Dara in the Christmas production of Arabian Nights at The Watermill Theatre. The production was directed by Robin Belfield, written by Toby Hulse with music by Simon Slater.
In Autumn 2012 I toured with the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds' production of Mansfield Park. I was understudying the male leads Edmund Bertram and Henry Crawford. The play was a brand new adaptation by Tim Luscombe and was directed by Colin Blumenau. Following a run in Bury St Edmunds, the production visited Theatre Royal Bath, Exeter Northcott Theatre, Haymarket Basingstoke, Devonshire Park Eastbourne, Oxford Playhouse and The Brewhouse Taunton.
In this hour long celebration of some of Shakespeare's gems I played Romeo, Henry V, Bottom, Benedick and Dromio. The production was directed by Robin Belfield with Yellowtale Theatre Company. We performed at Lindfield Arts Festival in May 2011 and then at 2 sold out performances at The Watermill Theatre, Newbury in August.
This multi-award winning production created with Pants on Fire and directed by Peter Bramley, started life at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010 where we won critical acclaim and were awarded the 'Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award' giving us a month's run in New York in January 2011. Following a month at the Croydon Warehouse we toured the show nationally and finally performed at Latitude Festival and a further 10 dates at Edinburgh Fringe 2011. I played Tiresius, Hermaphroditus, Io's Father, Atlas and Theseus.
I performed a solo piece at Made From Scratch's night of ghost stories at the Camden Eye pub, Camden in December 2010. My story was called 'Flat Pack Pirate' and written by Sabrina Mahfouz.
This was a scratch night of new writing based on the theme of love. The event was hosted by Made From Scratch theatre company at The Southwark Playhouse for one night only. I performed in 2 pieces, 'My Favourite Things' by Dana Gartland and 'Voyeur' - a physical theatre piece devised by the company.
I recorded a solo radio play for Urban Scrawl – a project collaborating Rose Bruford College and Theatre 503. It’s called Southgate written by Will Hammond and directed by Mel Hillyard. Have a listen here