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His theatre credits include: various roles in "Henry IV Part 1" by William Shakespeare (1964, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, directed by Peter Hall ).

(1970) He starred in the Reginald Arkell and Arthur Reynolds' play, "1066 and All That" at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in England with John Baddeley, Paul Henry, Petronella Ford, directed by Peter Dews and Michael Simpson.

(1971) He starred in the Bertolt Brecht play, "The Caucasian Chalk Circle," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, England with Bob Hoskins, Roy Marsden, Nick Brimble, Janet Dale, Brian Protheroe, Robert Lindsay, Janette Legge, Diana Raworth, directed by Jane Howell.

(1971) He starred in Edward Bond's play, "Narrow Road to the Deep North," with Robert Lindsay, Roy Marsden, Brian Protheroe, Janette Legge, directed by Jane Howell at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, England.

(1973)He directed Sir George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, England with Sarah Stephenson, Martin Duncan, and Ann Windsor.

(1973) He and John Dove directed Arden's play, "Armstrong's Last Goodnight," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, England with Bob Peck, Martin Duncan, Paul Jesson, and Margot Leicester.

(1974) He and Philip Hedley directed Ken Lee's plays,"Happy as a Sandbag" and "Leave Him to Heaven," both at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre in England with Linal Haft, Lesley Duff, Darryl Kavann, and Brian Protheroe.

(April 1968) He acted in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of the play, "The Man from the Ministry," based on Gogol's "Government Inspector," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Rhys McConnochie, Derek Fuke, Ronald Hackett, Lesley Joseph, and Martin Duncan in the cast. Michael Alfred was director.

(September 1968) He acted in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of Carlo Goldoni's play, "The Servant of Two Masters," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Rhys McConnochie, Derek Fuke, Sam Kelly, Diana Raworth, Joanna Tope, and Brian Protheroe in the cast. Maria Sentivany and Philip Hedley were directors.

(July 1968) He acted in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of Victorien Sardou and Emile De Najac's play, "Let's Get a Divorce," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Rhys McConnochie, Derek Fuke, Sam Kelly, Diana Raworth, Lorraine Peters, and Martin Duncan in the cast. Kenneth Parrott was director.

(1969) He acted in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of William Congreve's play, "The Way of the World," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with John Bell, Martin Duncan, Derek Fuke, Sylvia Barter, Joanna Tope, Diana Raworth, and Clare Venables (played Betty) in the cast. Philip Hedley was director.

(1969) He acted in the the Lincoln Theatre Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo & Juliet," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with John Bell, Sarah Stephenson, Brian Tree, Peter Bourke, Martin Duncan, Joanna Tope, Brian Protheroe, Thane Bettany, and Jean Boht in the cast. Philip Hedley was director.

(1969) Clare Venables and he acted in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of Lincoln Cycle of Mystery Plays at the Lincoln Cathedral in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Brian Tree, Alison Steadman OBE (played Mary), Brian Protheroe, Howard Lloyd Lewis, Martin Duncan, and Annabel Scase in the cast.

(1970) He acted in Eugene Labiche and Marc Michel's play, "An Italian Straw Hat," in a Lincoln Theatre Company Production at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Brian Protheroe, Ron Hackett, Joanna Tope, Derek Fuke, Rob Hackett, Martin Duncan, and Jill Spurrier in the cast. Philip Hedley and David Bradford were directors.

(1970) He acted in Livings' play, "Rattel," in a Lincoln Theatre Company Production at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Brian Protheroe, Ron Hackett, Joanna Tope, Derek Fuke, Rob Hackett, Martin Duncan, and Jill Spurrier in the cast. Philip Hedley and David Bradford were directors.

(1970) He acted in Eugene Labiche and Marc Michel's play, "An Italian Straw Hat," in a Lincoln Theatre Company production at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Brian Protheroe, Ron Hackett, Derek Fuke, Rob Hackett, Martin Duncan, and Jill Spurrier in the cast. David Bradford was director.

(1969) He acted in Daniel Farson's play, "Marie, The Story of Marie Lloyd," at the Lincoln Theatre in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Jean Boht, Brian Protheroe, Peter Bourke, Martin Duncan, and Claire Venables in the cast. Philip Hedley was director.

(1964) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry V," in the Stratford Theatre Festival in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Ian Holm, Eric Porter, Charles Kay, Donald Burton, John Normington, Peter Geddis, Paul Hardwick, Patience Collier, Tim Wylton, Clive Swift, David Waller, Gareth Morgan, Jeffery Dench, Charles Thomas, Madoline Thomas, Peter Gale, and Katharine Baker in the cast. Peter Hall and John Barton were directors.

(January 1,1964) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry VI," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Janet Suzman, Donald Sinden, David Warner, Roy Dotrice, Nicholas Selby, Michael Craig, Brewster Mason, Jeffery Dench, John Normington, Clive Swift, Tim Wylton, Cherry Morris, Charles Kay, Madoline Thomas, Penelope Keith, Roy Marsden, and Derek Waring in the cast. Peter Hall, John Barton, and Frank Evans were directors.

(1968) He acted in Stephen Sondheim's musical, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with John Halstead, Sam Kelly, Lorraine Peters, and Hugh Halliday in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.

(1969) He acted in Gardiner's musical stage adaptation of Lewis Carroll's novel, "Alice Through the Looking Glass," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Yvonne Edgell, Jennifer Lilleystone, Alison Steadman, Martin Duncan, Brian Protheroe, John Halstead, and Howard Lloyd Lewis in the cast. Philip Hedley was director.

(1973) He directed George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, Devon, England with Ann Windsor, Sarah Stephenson, and Martin Duncan in the cast.

(1973) He and John Dove directed John Arden's play, "Armstrong's Last Goodnight," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, Devon, England with Bob Peck, Martin Duncan, Paul Jesson, and Margot Leicester in the cast.

(1974) He and Philip Hedley directed Ken Lee's plays, "Happy as a Sandbag," and "Leave Him To Heaven," at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre in Leicester, Leicestershire, England with Linal Haft, Lesley Duff, Darryl Kavann, and Brian Protheroe in the cast.


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