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  • (2002) He acted in Ray Cooney's play,"Caught in the Net," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Russ Abbot and Robert Duncan.
  • (1997) He acted in the Peter Hall Company production of Moliere's play, "The School for Wives," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Peter Bowles, Carmen Silvera, and Henry McGee in the cast. Peter Hall was also director.
  • (2003) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley, and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2003) He acted in Teevan's translation of Giuseppe Manfridi's play, "Cuckoos," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley, and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2003) He acted in D. H. Lawrence's play, "The Fight for Barbara," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley, and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2003) He acted in Noel Coward's play, "Design for Living," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley, and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2003) He acted in Harold Pinter's play, "Betrayal," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England with Janie Dee, Hugo Speer, Aden Gillett, William Chubb, Rebecca Hall, Jason Hughes, Anne Penfold, Joseph Millson, Rebecca Callard, Michael Siberry, David Yelland, Philip Voss, Mark Rice-Oxley, and Jessica Turner in the cast. Peter Hall and Thea Sharrock were directors.
  • (2003) He acted in Christopher Hampton's translation of Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England with Kate Burton, Kristin Scott-Thomas, Madeleine Worrall, Robert Bathurst, Douglas Hodge, David Burke, Tobias Menzies, James Fleet, Susannah Wise, Tom Beard, and Margery Mason in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.
  • (September 15, 2002) He appeared in the tribute to Spike Milligan, "Spike Milligan: I Told You I Was Ill," at the Guildhall Theatre in London, England with Kathy Burke, John Dankworth, Harry Enfield, Eddie Izzard, Terry Jones, Cleo Laine, Paul Merton, Michael Palin, John Sergeant, Meera Syal, and Stephen Tompkinson in the cast. George Martin and Giles Martin were producers.
  • (1956) Phil Park and his pantomime, "Mother Goose," was performed at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, England with Al Read, George Lacy, Virginia Vernon, Aileen Cochrane, Jean Trend, Michael Henry, Richard Golding, The Manetti Twins, and Reginald Marsh in the cast. Laurence Green was director.
  • (1998) He acted in Alan Bennett's play, "Kafka's Dick," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with John Gordon Sinclair, John Byrne, Jason Watkins, Julia McKenzie, and Denis Lill in the cast.
  • (2001) He acted in Russ Abbot's play, "Caught in the Net," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Russ Abbot, Carol Hawkins, Robert Daws and Helen Gill in the cast.
  • (2002) He acted in Ray Cooney's play, "Caught in the Net," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Russ Abbot and Robert Duncan in the cast. Ray Cooney was also director.

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