Robert Harper in Night Must Fall

Theatre – Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams

Until Richard Burton came along, Emlyn Williams was Wales’ best known film actor and playwright. Born in North Wales, the studio theatre at Clwyd Theatre Cymru has been named after him. In the early seventies, Kelligan toured a production of Night Must Fall starring Hywel Bennet as Danny, the role that first brought Williams international […]

Theatre – The Ordinary Three by Lotty Morris

One women, two men. Who is keeping an eye on who? Directed by Elise Davison Performances Chapter, Cardiff Tues 9 Nov 8pm – £4 on the door Theatre Halliwell, Trinity College, Carmarthen Wed 10 Nov 7:30pm – £6 Cast A – Tom Mumford B – Robert Harper W – Polly Kilpatrick

Script In Hand – Sherman Cymru – ScriptSlam

Five new, ten-minute plays by five new writers, performed script-in-hand by professional actors. A panel of industry experts is on hand to offer feedback and you, the audience, then get to vote for your favourite. £3 Book Tickets: http://www.chapter.org/20925.html I shall be performing in two of the scripts!

Script In Hand – What Happened Next? Part 6

Script In Hand : What Happened Next? Part 6 At Chapter, June 27th 2010 at 7:30pm Over six months, six plays are being developed, ten minutes at a time, based on audience feedback from each showing. Featuring writers Emily Henshelwood, Neil Bebber, Gavin Peter, John Naples-Campbell, JS Hartley and Lisa Parry.

Script In Hand – What Happened Next? Part 5

Script In Hand : What Happened Next? Part 5 At Chapter, May 30th 2010 at 7:30pm Over six months, six plays are being developed, ten minutes at a time, based on audience feedback from each showing. Featuring writers Emily Henshelwood, Neil Bebber, Gavin Peter, John Naples-Campbell, JS Hartley and Lisa Parry. My first time on […]

Script In Hand: The Good Socialist – Hay on Wye

Script in Hand performances of The Good Socialist by Gareth Davies, directed by Bethan Morgan. At the Hay On Wye Festival on 27th & 28th May 2010. With Robert Harper, Lynn Hunter, Julie Barclay, James Ashton, Glenn Jones, Simon Howells, Gareth Potter, Tony Leader & Dick Johns.