The March on Russia
BY DAVID STOREY
7 September 2017 — 7 October 2017
Theatre includes Talking Heads – A Cream Cracker under the Settee (Bolton Octagon); A Tale of Two Cities (Northampton Theatres/national tour); Husbands and Sons, Emil and the Detectives (National Theatre); Billy Liar, Pygmalion, Everybody Loves a Winner (Royal Exchange); Untold Stories (National Theatre/West End/The Old Laundry); Hedda Gabler (Northampton Theatres); Hobson’s Choice (Crucible, Sheffield); Season’s Greetings (Theatre Royal Windsor); Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare’s Globe/UK and US tour); East Is East (Birmingham Rep); Hay Fever (Chichester); Enjoy (Watford Palace); Albert Nobbs, The Mortal Ash (Oldham Coliseum); The Safari Party (Manchester Library); Season’s Greetings (The Mill at Sonning); Perfect Days (Derby Playhouse); When We Are Married (Leicester Haymarket); Romeo and Juliet (New Victoria).
TV includes DCI Banks, In the Club, Quick Cuts, Shameless, In the Flesh, Trollied, Doctors, The Royal, Housewife 49, New Street Law, Samuel Johnson, Coronation Street, In the Blood, Heartbeat, A&E, Casualty, Dinnerladies and Common As Muck.
Films include I Give It A Year, Is There Anybody There?, Blue Money and Experience Preferred But Not Essential.