Performed in Harold French's "A Share in the Son" in the Cambridge Theatre with Jessie Mathews in August 1966.
Theatre: 1963: A Severed Head - Murdoch/Priestley (Criterion) with Paul Eddington, Heather Chasen, Robin Bailey, Sheila Burrell; director: Val May
Theatre: 1956 (December): The Sleeping Prince - by Terrance Rattigan (Streatham Hill) with PeterDyneley, Jane Hylton, Gawn Grainger, John Healey; director: Anthony Knowles
Theatre: 1979: An Ideal Husband - Wilde (Theatre Royal, Windsor) with Wendy Williams, Mary Kerridge, Jenny Quayle, John Counsell; director: Joan Riley
Dundee Rep: Directed by Anthony Page, Lesley Storm, Raymond Westwell, Edward Furby, John Crockett, Mary Evans and James Ward Casts included: Tom Conti, Glenda Jackson, Nicol Williamson, Edward Fox, Gawn Grainger, Bruce Boa, Prunella Scales, Rowena Cooper, Ann Way, Jeffery Dench, Lucinda Curtis, Clare Stewart, Lillias Walker, Jeffery Wickham, Peter Gill, Keith James, Elizabeth MacLennan, Terry Palmer, Clare Stewart, Angela Ellis, William Marlowe, Trevor Martin, Valerie Wilson, James Ward, Hugh Bryning, Simon Fraser, Chris Smith, David Andrews, Frank McDermott, Sonya Petrie, Rosemary Toynbee, Frances White, Gilda Dahlberg, Margaret Anketell, James Ray, Susan Copley, Thomas Johnston, Joan MacArthur, Valerie Edeling, Jimmy Gardner, Wilma Ritchie, Callum Mill, David Roscoe, Nicholas Simons, Erica Rogers, Gordon Gilchrist, Frank McDermott, Rita Guenigault, Tom Young, Harry Carnegie, Pamela Donald, Sheena Howieson, Patricia Lowe, Anne McKenzie, Eileen Montgomery, Frances Sacco, Raymond Westwell, Stella Young, Monica Evans, Betty Watt, Duncan Bowman, Don Deuchars, Andrew Garland, William Bell, Jimmie Fung, John Taylor, Monica Evans, John Donald, Neil Curnow, Graham Curnow, Jeanette Rae, John Walters, Jill Elliott, Patrick Godfrey, Kate Binchy (The Curious Savage, 19th June to 1st July 1961; In Search of Happiness, 22 May 1961 to3 June 1961; Fools Rush In, 8 May 1961 to 20 May 1961; A Streetcar Named Desire, 24 April 1961 to6 May 1961; Tomorrow's Child, 10 April 1961 to22 April 1961; The Cat and the Canary, 27 March 1961 to8 April 1961; The Critic and the Heart, 27 February 1961 to 11 March 1961; See How They Run, 13 February 1961 to 25 February 1961; Born Yesterday, 16 January 1961 to 28 January 1961; Death of a Salesman, 5 December 1960 to 17 December 1960; Five Finger Exercise, 7 November 1960 to 19 November 1960; Roar Like a Dove 3, October 1960 to 15 October 1960; The Blind Madonna, 19 September 1960 to 1 October 1960; Eighty in the shade, 11 July 1960 to 23 July 1960; Dear Brutus, 27 June 1960 to 9 July 1960; Any Other Business, 18 April 1960 to 30 April 1960; Lucky Strike, 4 April 1960 to16 April 1960; Caught Napping, 21 March 1960 to2 April 1960; Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, 7 March 1960 to 19 March 1960; Gilt and Gingerbread, 8 February 1960 to 20 February 1960; I Have Been Here Before, 25 January 1960 to 6 February 1960; Murder on Arrival, 11 January 1960 to 23 January 1960; Sinbad the Sailor, 23 December 1959 to 9 January 1960; The Importance of Being Earnest, 7 December 1959 to 21 December 1959; Brothers in law, 23 November 1959 to 6 December 1959; Present Laughter, 9 November 1959 to 22 November 1959; The Long and the Short and the Tall, 26 October 1959 to9 November 1959; The Manor of Northstead, 12 October 1959 to 25 October 1959; Love in a Mist, 28 September 1959 to 11 October 1959; Not in the Book, 14 September 1959 to 27 September 1959; The Vanity Case, 31 August 1959 to 13 September 1959; Charley's Aunt, 3 August 1959 to 16 August 1959; Love from a Stranger; The Durable Element)
Old Vic on Broadway
Directed by Michael Benthall, Cast Included: Judi Dench, Laurence Harvey, Joss Ackland, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Peter Cellier, Robert Algar, John Bonney, Peggy Butt, Margaret Courtenay, James Culliford, David Dodimead, Jane Downs, Simon Fraser, David Gardner, John Gay, Jennie Goossens, Timothy Harley, Gerald Harper, Peter Hodgson, John Humphry Ursula Jenkins, Thomas Johnston, Dudley Jones, Dyson Lovell, James Mellor, Oliver Neville, Joseph O'Conor, Roy Patrick, Job Stewart, Crispian Woodgate, Richard Wordsworth, William Young (King Henry V, (as Duke of Bedford- King Henry's brother), Broadway
Theatre 25th December 1958 - 10th January 1959; Hamlet, Broadway
Theatre, 16th Dec 1958 to 10th January 1959; Twelfth Night or What You Will, Broadway
Theatre, 9th December1958 - 10th January1959)
(1957-1958) The Old Vic, London Directed by: Michael Benthall, Casts included: John Gielgud, Judi Dench, Harry Andrews, Edith Evans, Edward Hardwicke,Coral Browne, John Neville, Harold Innocent, Barbara Leigh-Hunt Ronald Fraser, Barrie Ingham, Jack Gwillim, Richard Wordsworth, Dennis Chinnery, David Dodimead, Roy Patrick, Paul Daneman, Oliver Neville, Charles West, John Humphrey, Jill Dixon, Daniel Thorndike, Derek Godfrey, David Waller, Rosalind Atkinson, Juliet Cooke, Derek Francis, Margaret Courtenay, Keith Taylor, Brian Badcoe, Crispian Woodgate, James Culliford, Brian Badcoe, Gordon Fairclough, Ronald Fraser, Simon Fraser, Neville Jason, Thomas Johnston, David Mann, Stanley Meadows, James Mellor, John Rye, Crispian Woodgate, Wendy Errol, Adrienne Hill, Richard Gale, Nancy Kwan, Bridget Wood, Gillian Bosworth, Stella Orton, Valerie Gibson, Anthony Nicholls, Colin Spaull [The Famous History of the Life of King Henry VIII, 13th May 1958, Cast included: John Gielgud, Judi Dench, Harry Andrews, Edith Evans The Tragedy of King Lear, (as The King of France), 19th February 1958, Cast included: Paul Rogers (Lear), Rosemary Webster (Cordelia), Coral Browne (Goneril), Barbara Jefford (Regan) Midsummer Night's Dream, 23rd December 1957, Cast included: Frankie Howerd (Bottom), Coral Browne (Helena), Joyce Redman (Titania), Measure for Measure, Nov. 19th. 1957, Cast included: Judi Dench (Juliet), Anthony Nicholls (Vincentio), John Neville (Angelo) The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, (as 'A Servant'), 18th September 1957, Cast included: Jack Gwillim (Claudius), John Humphrey (Laertes), Derek Francis (Polonius), Coral Browne (Gertrude), Judi Dench (Ophelia) Ronald Fraser (1st Gravedigger), Fights Arranged by Bernard Hepton King Henry VI, Parts 1, 2 and 3, 16-17th October 1957, Cast included: Paul Daneman (King Henry the Sixth) Twelfth Night, 1st April 1958, Cast included: John Humphrey (Orsino), John Rye (Valentine), Barbara Jefford (Viola), Paul Daneman (Sir Toby Belch), Judi Dench (Maria), John Neville (Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Derek Godfrey (Feste), Jill Dixon (Olivia), Richard Wordsworth (Malvolio), Neville Jason (Sebastian), Oliver Neville (Antonio), James Culliford (Fabian)]
Made audio version of the spy novel "Wilderness of Mirrors" by Ted Albeury in 1989.
Radio documentary: "Rachmaninoff" (as Rachmaninoff's voice), Melvyn Bragg, (presenter), Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano), Jonathan Kydd (Yermakov voice-over) , Boris Berezovskii (piano), Shura Cherkassky, (piano), Mikhail Falkov (tenor), Alexander Fedin (tenor), Joan Rodgers (soprano), Moskovskii kamernyi khor, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Chorus
Radio play "Fatherland" by Robert Harris, director John Dryden, Cast included: Anton Lesser (Xavier March), Graham Padden (Krause), Robert Portal (Jost), Peter Ellis (Max Jarger) , Thomas Copeland (Pili) with Andrew Sachs, Amanda Walker, Patrick Godfrey, Michael Byrne, Ian Gelder, Angeline Ball, William Scott Masson, Stratford Johns, Eleanor Bron, Michael Culver, Dan Fineman, Alice Arnold and Trevor Nichols, with Ned Sherrin, Jonathan Coleman and Alan Dedicoat Goldhawk Radio production broadcast BBC Radio 4 June 9 1997
Radio play "The Burning Glass" By Jo Anderson . Director Andy Jordan, Cast included Philip Madoc and Frances Jeater 30th May 1998
Training film "How Would You Like It?" (1973) The importance of good customer-staff relations. Intended for bank staff and staff in other customer service situations Director Victor Menzies, Production Company Management Films, Sponsor National Westminster Bank, Cast included: Jenny Twigge and Vivienne Cohen
Judith, 20the June 1962 Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket, Director: Harold Clurman, Cast: Sean Connery, Barry Foster, Michael Gough, Peter Bayliss, Vivien Merchant, Eileen Way, Ruth Meyers, Gary Watson, Derek Birch, Alastair Speed, Alan Downer, Peter Russell, Richard Dean, Timothy Parkes, Simon Oates, Roy Stewart, Hira Talfrey , Andrew Kane, George Harland, Josephine Lindsay, Maria Lawton, James Keen, Simon Martin
The Cocktail Party, (as Peter Quilpe) Theatre Royal, Windsor 24th October 1966, Directed by Neville Jason, Cast: Charles Stapley, Giles Barnabe, Hugh Burden, Illona Linthwaite, Meg Wynn Owen, Pauline Jameson, Tom Criddle, Joyce Carey
The Master Builder, (asRagnar Brovik), The New Arts Theatre Club, Temple Bar 4 Dec 1962, Directed by Terence Kilburn, Cast: Keith Pyott, Carole Mowlam, Andrew Cruickshank, Derek Tansley, Viola Keats, Mary Miller, Felicity Gordon, Eleanor Smale
Pride and Prejudice, (as Capt. Wickham) The Golders Green Hippodrome, February 21 1966, Directed by Sheila Hancock, Cast: Jack Allen, Althea Parker, Petra Davies, Susan Jameson, Jennie Woodford, Peter Myers, Ann King, Terence Longdon, Michael Gaunt, Harriet Johns, Jackie Jerome
Howards End, (as Charles eldest son) Cambridge Festival's production, Wimbledon Theatre dated 10 February 1967, New Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London, Tuesday 28th February, 1967, Golders Green Hippodrome, Directed by Dacre Punt, Cast: Gwen Watford, Gemma Jones, Peter Furnell, Joyce Carey, Jessica Claridge, Andrew Ray, Carmel McSharry, Michael Goodliffe, Vanessa Forsyth Geoffrey Kenion, Kenneth McClellan, Marda Vanne
Anything for Baby (toured) 1969
An Ideal Husband, (as Lord Goring) The Theatre Royal Windsor, 18th September 6th October, 1979 Directed by Joan Riley, Cast: Penny White, Judith Coke, Harold Reese, Lucinda Curtis, Anthony Howden, Raymond Graham, John Counsell, Jenny Quayle, Mary Kerridge, Wendy Williams, John Humphry
While the Sun Shines, (as The Earl of Harpenden) Hampstead, 18th December 1973 for 4 weeks, Directed by Alec McCowen (His directorial debut
), Cast included: Jeffrey Segal, Stephen Bradley, Doran Godwin, John Stratton, Richard Warwick, Anna Calder Marshall
Time and the Conways, The Royal Exchange, Cast included: Dulcie Grey and Michael Denison
Terra Nova, (as Roald Amundsen) Palace Theatre, Watford, January 28th, 1982 Directed by Michael Attenborough, Cast Robert Powell, Stephanie Beecham, Bill Stewart, Donald Gee, Neil Philips, David Troughton
Blithe Spirit, March 1988- toured Norway and Sweden
Half the Picture, (as Gore-Booth and Sir Nicholas Lyell) Tricycle Theatre, 1994, Directed by Nicholas Kent, Cast Included: Michael Stroud, Jan Chappell, Sylvia Syms, William Hoyland, Jeremy Clyde, Raad Rawli, Thomas Wheatley, Robert East, David Robb, Sarah Jane Harrison, Moira Govan
Nuremberg, (asSpeer) Tricycle Theatre, 8 May, 1996, Directed by Nicholas Kent, Cast included: Michael Cochrane, William Hoyland, Jeremy Clyde, Thomas Wheatley, Colin Bruce and Richard Heffer
Fashion by Doug Lucie (transferred from Leicester Haymarket to the Tricycle Theatre) 1989-1990
The Little Heroine (as Hugo) By Nell Dunn Thursday 31st March to Saturday 23rd April 1988, Directed by Ian Watt-Smith, Cast: Katherine Schlesinger, Greg Cruttwel, Jonathan Coyne, Georgina Hale
The Colour of Justice, ( as Sir William Macpherson) Tricycle Theatre 6 January to 6 February 1999, Victoria Palace Theatre 3 March to 13 March 1999, Lyttelton Theatre (National Theatre) 21 to 25 September 1999, Nottingham Playhouse Directed by Nicholas Kent Cast Included: James Woolley, Jenny Jules, David Robb, Edward Arthur, Kenneth Bryans, John Ashton, Robert Willox , Gabrielle Lloyd, Michael Attwell, Paul Mari, Christopher Fox, Tyrone de Rizzio, Yvonne Pascal, Hugh Simon, Alex Caan, Roderic Culver, Sally Giles, Robert East, Mark Penfold, Delon Watson, Ravi Aujla, Deborah Wilding, Michelle Morris, Leon Stewart, Michael Cochrane, Victoria Palace, Jeremy Clyde, Michael Stroud, Tim Woodward , Ken Drury, William Hoyland, Jan Chappell, Hilary Maclean, Thomas Wheatley, Nalina Tobierre, Tanveer Ghani
Radio play "The Shadow Of Mir" by Nick Fisher, directed by John Dryden Cast included Etela Pardo and Philip Jackson A Russian bureaucrat, Valentina Savitskaya, is sent into space to check the viability of the space station. But she alternative motives. 8 May 98 The play was presented at the Prix Europa, 1998, Berlin
(1962) He acted in Friedrich Hebbel's play, "Judith," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Sean Connery, Ruth Meyers, Barry Foster, Michael Gough, Vivien Merchant, Gary Watson, Eileen Way, and Peter Bayliss in the cast. Harold Clurman was director. Richard Rodney Bennett was musical director.
(September 1957) He played a servant in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in an Old Vic Company production at the Royal Court Theatre in Liverpool, Merseyside, England with John Neville, Jack Gwillim, Coral Browne, Judi Dench, Derek Francis, John Humphry, David Dodimead, Daniel Thorndike, David Waller, Margaret Courtenay, Barry Ingham (Barrie), Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Harold Innocent, Richard Gale, and Edward Hardwicke in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.
(September 1957, December 1957, March 1958, April 1958, & June 1958) He played a servant in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Neville, Jack Gwillim, Coral Browne, Margaret Courtenay (Gertrude-April 1958 & June 1958) Judi Dench, Derek Francis, John Humphry, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, and James Culliford in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.
(1957-1958) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Rogers, Barbara Jefford, Coral Browne, Margaret Courtenay, Jack Gwillim, Derek Francis, Derek Godfrey, John Humphry, Edward Hardwicke, Paul Daneman, Barrie Ingham, Judi Dench (Servant) and Barbara Leigh Hunt (Servant) in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.
(1993) He acted in Richard Norton Taylor and John McGrath stage adaptation, "Half The Picture: The Scott 'Arms to Iraq' Inquiry," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Michael Stroud, Jan Chappell, Sylvia Syms, William Hoyland, Jeremy Clyde, Raad Rawi, Robert East, and David Robb in the cast. Nicholas Kent was director.
(1994) He acted in Richard Norton Taylor and John McGrath stage adaptation, "Half The Picture: The Scott 'Arms to Iraq' Inquiry," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Michael Stroud, Jan Chappell, Sylvia Syms, William Hoyland, Jeremy Clyde, Raad Rawi, Robert East, and David Robb in the cast. Nicholas Kent was director.
(1996) He acted in Goran Stevanoski's play, "Nuremberg War Crimes Trial and three one act responses; 'Ex-Yu,' 'Reel,' 'Rwanda and Haiti,'" at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Colin Bruce, Richard Heffer, David Webb, Michael Cochrane, Mark Penfold, William Hoyland, Raad Rawi, Thomas Wheatley, Jeremy Clyde, Hugh Simon, Jessica Turner, Jude Akuwudike, Joan Ann Maynard, and Moira Govan in the cast. Nicolas Kent was director.
(1996) He acted in the play, "Nuremberg War Crimes Trial, 1996 The Hague War Crimes Trials, and " Ex-Yu," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with Colin Bruce, Richard Heffer, David Webb, Michael Cochrane, Mark Penfold, William Hoyland, Raad Rawi, Thomas Wheatley, Jeremy Clyde, Hugh Simon and Moira Govan in the cast. Nicolas Kent was director.
(1999) He acted in Richard Norton Taylor's play, "The Colour of Justice: The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry," at the Tricycle Theatre in London, England with James Woolley, David Robb, Hugh Simon, Edward Arthur, Debbie Watson, Roderic Culver, and Mark Penfold in the cast. Nicolas Kent and Surian Fletcher Jones were directors.
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