Eternal Love

Howard Brenton


Eternal Love

Tim Frances

Actor

Tim Frances

Theatre credits include: A Christmas Carol  (The Bridge House Theatre); The Sound of Music  (Open Air Theatre, Regents Park);  Anne Boleyn (English Touring Theatre and Shakespeare’s Globe); The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist (Liverpool Everyman/ Chichester Festival Theatre); Never So Good and Marat-Sade (National); Chronic (Royal Court); A Man for all Seasons and An Inspector Calls (West End); A Government Inspector (Northern Broadsides); 1936 (Lillian Bayliss); King Lear (West Yorkshire Playhouse);  Oliver Twist (Bolton Octagon); Peter Pan (Qdos Entertainment); He’s Much to Blame, Twelfth Night, Relatively Speaking and Wives As They Were (Bury St Edmunds); The Glee Club (New Vic); Prodigal Son and Purvis (Stephen Joseph); Map of the Heart and Habeas Corpus (Salisbury Playhouse); Femme Fatale (Warehouse Croydon); Proving Mr Jennings (Court Yard); Sleeping Beauty (Northampton Royal); An Inspector Calls (UK Tour);  Romeo and Juliet (Greenwich and UK Tour); Aladdin (Liverpool Everyman); Cabaret, A Comedy of Errors and A Christmas Carol (Duke’s Playhouse); Fortinbras Gets Drunk (Timepiece Productions); Good Rockin’ Tonite (UK Tour); June Moon (West End); King Lear (Compass Theatre) and Coriolanus (USA and Canada).

Television credit includeGangsta Granny; Land Girls; The Day of the Triffids; My Dads The Prime Minister; Rapture; Cromwell; The Power of Art; The Death of Marat;  Holby City; The Inspector Lynley Mysteries; Doctors; EastEnders; Search; To Hell and Back; Fortunes of War; Bad Girls; The Bill; Lexx; and Othello.

Film credits include: That Deadwood Feeling.

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