My acting credits include work with the National Youth Theatre with productions at the Hackney Empire (where I played Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing which was directed by John Hoggarth) and the Soho theatre in London (where I played the protagonist, Luke, in Hold it Up which was written and directed by Gbolahan Obisesan).
As a member of the University College London Drama Society I played Les in Steven Berkoff’s East which was directed by Luke Davies at the former Garage Theatre. I also played Cleante in Molière’s Tartuffe, directed by Tahsin and Imogen Gemikonakli. I later played Henry in Pirandello’s Henry IV in an adaptation by Tom Stoppard which was directed by Alice Seabright and Jess Cotton which ran at the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Independent work has included playing Ruckley in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at the Arcola Theatre. I played Joseph Emidy in Alan M. Kent’s The Tin Violin which toured Cornwall, was recorded for BBC Radio Cornwall and was directed by John Hoggarth. I played Wichita Bloom in a reading of my own piece All Things to All Men at the Canal Cafe Theatre, directed by Josh Azouz. Other theatre writing includes The Boy I Love is Up in the Gallery which was performed at Hoxton Hall.
Recent work includes playing Roy in a theatrical adaptation of Tarsem Singh’s film The Fall which was directed by Tahsin Gemikonakli.
I was also the assistant director to Simelia Hodge-Dallaway for the short play Anniversary, which was produced as part of the ’24 Hour Plays’ at the Old Vic Theatre.