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David Kennedy Poster

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  • His theatre credits include: Tony in 'Pressure Drop' at The Welcome Collection, directed by Christopher Haydon (2010), Lenny in 'Days Of Significance' for The Royal Shakespeare Company, directed by Maria Aberg (2009), Alan in 'Lucky Seven' at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Anthony Clark (2008), Plod in 'Reality Chokes' at Pentameters Theatre, directed by Chris Jury (2008), Bricks in 'The Indian Boy' for The Royal Shakespeare Company, directed by Rebecca Gatward (2006), Bushey/Scroop/Fitzwater in 'Richard II' at the Almagro Festival, directed by Steven Berkoff (2005), Pimp/Policeman in 'Edmond' by at The Royal National Theatre, directed by Edward Hall (2003), Bardolph/Michael Williams in 'Henry V' at The Royal National Theatre, directed by Nicholas Hytner (2003), Devlin in 'No Sweat' at Birmingham Rep Theatre, directed by Angus Jackson (2002), Buller in 'Original Sin' at Sheffield Crucible Theatre, directed by Peter Gill (2002), Al in 'Tender' at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Anthony Clark (2001), Peter in 'Meat' at Plymouth Theatre Royal, directed by Gemma Bodinetz (2000), Lee (Nominated for Best Actor Award by Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards) in 'Hushabye Mountain' at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Paul Miller (1999), Disciple in 'Messiah' at Edinburgh Assembly Rooms, directed by Steven Berkoff (1999), Marco in 'A View from the Bridge' at Leicester Haymarket Theatre, directed by Linda Marlowe (1998), Rivers/Tyrell in 'Richard III' at Leicester Haymarket Theatre, directed by Paul Kerryson (1998), Ensemble in 'Coriolanus' at the Tokyo Globe Theatre, directed by Steven Berkoff (1997), Stanley in 'Death of a Salesman' at The Royal National Theatre, directed by David Thacker (1996), Frankie/Sweeney in 'Dealer's Choice' at The Vaudeville Theatre, directed by Patrick Marber (1995), Stoker in 'The Hairy Ape' at Bristol Old Vic Theatre, directed by Andy Hay (2003)

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