Appeared in William Shakespeare
's "Romeo & Juliet", Perth Theatre Company at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.
(2005) Played "Ben" in "Breathing Corpses", a new play by Laura Wade
- Royal Court Theatre, London.
Played Bobby Buckfast in the pantomime "Beauty & the Beauty" - Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy (1999-2000).
Played "Ferdinand" in William Shakespeare
's "The Tempest", Brunton Theatre Company, Edinburgh.
(2000) Played "Gerald" in UK premiere of Jeanne-Mance Delisle
's "The Reel of the Hanged Man" - Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.
Played Iggy in "Out In The Open", a new play by Jonathan Harvey
- Hampstead Theatre, London (2001).
Played "Joe" in a revival of Brian Friel
's "Lovers" - Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.
Played "Private Stephen Flowers" in a revival of Peter Nichols
' "Privates on Parade" - Donmar Warehouse, London (2001).
(1999) Played "Riff" in "West Side Story" & "Romeo" in William Shakespeare
's "Romeo & Juliet", the play that inspired the musical - Courtyard Theatre, Hereford.
(2001) He acted in Peter Nichols
' play, "Privates on Parade", at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Roger Allam
, Malcolm Sinclair
, Indira Varma
in the cast. Directed by Michael Grandage
(2009) Apollo Theatre London playing the two roles of Walker and his father Ned in "Three Days of Rain" which earned him an Olivier Award
nomination for Best Actor
(9 February-27 April 2013) Starred in 'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare at the Trafalgar Studios, London. Directed by Jamie Lloyd, co-starring Claire Foy as Lady Macbeth. Nominated for a Best Actor Olivier award
(2001) He acted in Jonathan Harvey's play, "Out in the Open," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Linda Bassett, Sean Gallagher, and Vilma Hollingbery in the cast. Kathy Burke was director.
(2001) He acted in Peter Nichols' play, "Privates on Parade," at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Roger Allam, Malcolm Sinclair, Justin Salinger, Nigel Harman, and Indira Varma in the cast. Michael Grandage was director.
(16 January 2015-11 April 2015) Return to the Trafalgar Studios stage to star in the first revival of Olivier Award
winner Peter Barnes's satire The Ruling Class, directed by Jamie Lloyd.
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