Uncle Vanya

Anton Chekov

Uncle Vanya

Nicholas Le Prevost

Theatre includes: How the Other Half Loves (Bath and tour); On Insomnia and Midnight (Royal Court); The Wild Duck (Donmar); The Philadelphia Story (Old Vic); Insignificance Sheffield); Fuddy Meers (Brimingham and the Arts Theatre); Blood (Royal Court); Mozart’s Impressario (Barbican); Where There’s A Will (UK tour); Much Ado About Nothing (RSC); My Fair Lady (NT and Drury Lane); The Recruiting Officer (Chichester); As You Like It (Sheffield and the Lyric, Hammersmith); Amadeus (Old Vic); The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (NT); Blues For Mr Charlie (Royal Exchange); Two Way Mirror (Nottingham Playhouse); seasons at the National Theatre, RSC, Hampstead Theatre, The Almeida and the King’s Head.  He is a founder member and director of The Wrestling School, a company formed to produce the works of the playwright Howard Barker and has received critical acclaim as a director for his productions of An Ideal Husband and Neville’s Island (Salisbury).

Television includes: Half Broken Things; Mary Whitehouse; The Montagu Trial; HR; Silent Witness; Life Begins; Poirot – Taken at the Flood; Absolute Power; The Murder Room; Forty Something; My Dad’s the Prime Minister; Inspector Morse; Midsomer Murders; The Borgias; Harnessing Peacocks; Kavanagh QC; The King’s Servant; The Vicar of Dibley; Up the Garden Path; Stolen.

Film includes: Made in Romania; There For Me; Buy, Borrow, Steal; The Independent; Gladiatress; Bright Young Things; Being Considered; Land Girls; Shakespeare in Love; Cold Enough for Snow; Letters From the East; Clockwise.

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