The Seagull

ANTON CHEKHOV


The Seagull

Christopher Good

Christopher’s theatre credits include: Tale Of Two Cities (Royal and Derngate), The Tempest (Theatre Royal Bath), The Picture (Salisbury Playhouse), What The Butler Saw (Salisbury Playhouse), For Services Rendered (Newbury Watermill Theatre), Charley's Aunt (Oxford Stage Company), Oedipus Rex (Opera North), Hamlet (Royal Shakespeare Company), Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company), Country Wife (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), Family Reunion (Royal Shakespeare Company), Volpone (Royal Shakespeare Company), Angel Magick Promotions (Serious), Picasso At The Lapin Agile (West Yorkshire Playhouse), As You Like It (Nottingham Playhouse Theatre), The Seagull (English Touring Theatre @ Donmar Warehouse), Deep Blue Sea (Theatr Clwyd), Twelfth Night (Nottingham Theatre), Mansfield Park (Sheffield Crucible), A Flea In Her Ear (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Voysey Inheritance (Lyceum Edinburgh And Tour), Racing Demon (National Theatre), The Government Inspector (Greenwich), The Winter's Tale (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), The Lady From The Sea (Glasgow Citizens), Oedipus (Manchester Royal Exchange), Philoctetes (Heartbreak House), Jeeves (Bristol And West End), Journey's End (69 Theatre Company Manchester And West End).

His television credits include: Dr Who (BBC), Foyle's War (Greenlit), Saddam's Tribe (World Productions), Pope John Paull II (Lux Vide), Discovering Egypt (BBC World Productions), Rosemary And Thyme (ITV Television), Ian Fleming-A Life In Pictures (Wall to Wall), The Brief (Carlton Television), Time Watch - Murder In Rome (BBC Television), The Regicides/The King Must Die (Mentorn), Murphy's Law (Tiger Aspect), Dunkirk (BBC Television), Henry VIII (Granada Television), Midsomer Murders (Peter Smith), Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (Working Title Television), Murder In Mind (BBC Television), Prince And The Pauper (BBC Television), The Famous Five (Zenith Productions).

His film credits include: Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War (Ian Sharp), Possession (Neil La Bute), Gandhi (Goldcrest), A Bridge Too Far (MGM).

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