Understudy Arthur Kipps
Trained at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff.
Albert’s Boy (Orange Tree Theatre); Sign of the Times (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds and tour); The Bodyguard (Adelphi Theatre); Ghosts (Greenwich Theatre); Two national tours of the hit show Calendar Girls; The Death of Norman Tortilla (Tristan Bates Theatre); The Years Between (Royal Theatre, Northampton); Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Barons Court Theatre); Edward II (Battersea Arts Centre); Next Door’s Baby (Orange Tree Theatre); Measure for Measure (The Peter Hall Company, Bath/Stratford); Habeas Corpus (The Peter Hall Company, Bath/National Tour); Mouth to Mouth (Albery Theatre); Dick Whittington and his Cat (Theatre Royal, Norwich); The Real Inspector Hound/Black Comedy (Comedy Theatre/National Tour); Tartuffe (Tour); The Cub (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh); When We Are Married (Savoy Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Carl Orff Theatre, Munich); Don Juan (Battersea Arts Centre); Much Ado About Nothing (Southwark Playhouse); The Rivals (Southwark Playhouse); Country Dancing (Tour); Under Milk Wood (Mermaid Theatre, Copenhagen); The Boys in the Band (Grand Theatre, Swansea); The Hired Man, (Haymarket Theatre, Leicester/Astoria Theatre); Grease (National Tour); Emma Bovary, Bedroom Farce (Connaught Theatre, Worthing); The Soldier’s Tale (Tour); A Smashing Day (Tour); Jack and the Beanstalk (Chipping Norton Theatre).
Mousie; Hugo (director: Martin Scorsese); Smash; Nitrate; Salsa Guy; The Wreck of the Mary Celeste; Big Enough for Three; Oliver!; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Four Weddings and a Funeral (MGM/Universal TV); Vanity Fair (ITV); The Alienist (Netflix); Emmerdale (Yorkshire Television); Ocean of Fear (Discovery Channel); Silent Witness (BBC); A for Andromeda (BBC); Derailed (BBC); Eastenders (BBC); 999 (BBC); The Forsyte Saga (BBC); Dr Finlay’s Casebook (BBC).
The Boyfriend; Cabaret; Guys and Dolls; Jesus Christ Superstar; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Leave Him To Heaven; West Side Story; The Wizard of Oz.
Dr Who; Tales out of School; Midweek Theatre.
Robert is a trustee of the JMK Trust; which was set up in memory of James
Menzies-Kitchin, a young theatre director of thrilling promise. Each year, the trust gives an award in his name to an emerging young director. The JMK Award is the single most sought-after prize for outstanding young theatre directors. For more information, and to support the work of the trust, visit www.jmktrust.org.
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