Design For Living


Design For Living

Graham Seed

Graham’s theatre credits include: The Ladykillers (Tour), Dead Sheep (National Tour Cahoots Theatre Co/Dead Sheep Ltd), Flare Path (Original Theatre Company), An Audience With Jimmy Savile (Cahoots Theatre Co. Assembly Festival Edinburgh), An Audience With Jimmy Savile (Cahoots Theatre Company / Park Theatre), Dead Sheep (Cahoots Theatre Company/Park Theatre), Separate Tables (Salisbury Playhouse), Bedroom Farce (Salisbury Playhouse), The Mousetrap (Adam Spiegal / Sir Stephen Waley Cohen), Yes Prime Minister (Mark Goucher Ltd/ National Tour), Basket Case (National Tour), Don't Call Me Nigel - One Man Show (Tour), Accolade (Finborough Theatre), Wilton's Vintage Christmas (Wilton's Music Hall), Journey's End (National Tour), Too True To Be Good (Finborough Theatre), An Eligible Man (New End Hampstead), The Skin Game (Orange Tree Theatre), French Without Tears (The Mill At Sonning), Jack And The Beanstalk (Richmond Theatre), Present Laughter (Theatr Clwyd), Joking Apart (Theatre Royal Windsor), Nelson (Southampton Nuffield Theatre), Sweet Revenge (Theatre Royal Windsor), A Chaste Maid In Cheapside (Almeida Tour), Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Frankfurt), Confusions (National Tour), Macbeth (Arundel Festival), Translations (Watford & Tour), The Young Idea (Chester Gateway Theatre), TWELFTH NIGHT (Battersea Arts Centre), Design For Living (English Touring Theatre), Me And My Girl (Adelphi Theatre).

His television credits include: The Durrells (Sid Gentle Films for ITV), Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions), He Shoots Coppers (Ecosse Films), Doctors (BBC), The Chatterley Affair (BBC Television), Station Jim (BBC), Band Of Brothers (Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks), Nature Boy (BBC Television), Dinner Ladies (Pozzitive Television), Brookside (Mersey TV), Ashenden (BBC), Jeeves And Wooster (Carnival Films), C A B (Thames), Crossroads (Central), 'Allo 'Allo (BBC), Brideshead Revisited (Charles Sturridge), I Claudius (Herbert Wise), Who's Who (Mike Leigh).

His film credits include: Peterloo (Mike Leigh), Bonded By Blood 2 (Evolution Pictures), Tezz (United 7 Entertainment), Wild Target (Magic Light Pictures), These Foolish Things (Julia Taylor-Stanley), Aka (Duncan Roy), Honest (Dave Stewart), Gandhi (Richard Attenborough).

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