His National Theatre credits include Rudge in "The History Boys", a new play by Alan Bennett
( 2004, also international tour), "Howard Katz" a new play by Patrick Marber
, Shakespeare's "Henry V", Ralph in "His Girl Friday" adapted by John Guare
and Roger in "His Dark Materials" based on the novels by Philip Pullman
Tintin in "Tintin", adapted from the cartoons by 'Rufus Norris' - Barbican, London (2005-6).
Appeared in George Farquhar
's "The Recruiting Officer" - Chichester Festival Theatre (2000).
His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: "Plasticine", a new play by Vassily Sigarev (2002 International Playwrights Season) and Gary in "A Miracle", a new play by Molly Davies (2009 Young Writers Festival).
Appeared in the UK premiere of the Tectonic Theater Project's "The Laramie Project" - Sound Theatre, London (2005).
Played the Groom in Brecht's "A Respectable Wedding" - Young Vic, London (2007).
Played Hollarcut in "The Sea" by Edward Bond
- Theatre Royal Haymarket, London (2007).
(2004) He acted in Alan Bennett's play, "The History Boys," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Richard Griffiths, Frances De La Tour, Clive Merrison, Stephen Campbell Moore, Dominic Cooper, and Samuel Barnett in the cast. Nicholas Hytner was director.
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