Nell Gwynn

Jessica Swale

Nell Gwynn

Clive Hayward

West End: Top Hat (Aldwych Theatre); Ducktastic! (Albery Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Wyndhams) and Yes Prime Minister (Trafalgar Studios).

National Theatre: Frogs; Oh What A Lovely War and Earthquakes In London.

Royal Exchange, Manchester: Dr Heart, Cyrano De Bergerac and Private Lives.

Repertory and touring includes: Julius Caesar (Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory); Twelfth Night (Regent’s Park); A Small Family Business (Watford Palace); A Chorus of Disapproval (Mill at Sonning); The New Statesman (Tour); The Play What I Wrote (Tour); Blithe Spirit (Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton); Masterpieces – A Noel Coward Revue (Birmingham Rep and tour); The Merry Widow (Holland Park Opera); A Very Private Passion (Box Clever Theatre Company); Don’t Dress For Dinner (English Theatre Frankfurt); Liberty Oregon (Traverse, Edinburgh); Twelfth Night (Flying Solo Theatre Company); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bristol New Vic Studio) Two by Two (Wolsey, Ipswich). Clive is occasionally found in exotic locations with The Shakespeare Revue, devised and directed by Malcolm McKee and Chris Luscombe.

Film and television credits include: The Windsors, Utopia, Law and Order, Eastenders, Melody, Private Peaceful, Prime Suspect, Afterlife, Silent Witness. 

Radio credits include: What Would Elizabeth Bennet Do?, The Divine Comedy, Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?, Time And The Conways, Missing In Action, Clayton Grange, Home Front, The Zone, The Illustrated Man, The Great British Bridge Scandal, The Stuarts, The Interrogation, The Duellist.

Clive has written an adaptation of Billy Budd with the composer, Paul Knight.

He has written and directed five traditional pantomimes for the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School with the composer, John Telfer, and together they also wrote last year's Radio 4 Christmas Appeal song for St Martin In the Fields’ Homeless charity.

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