Stuart is very pleased to be back for a third time as Mr Kipps in The Woman in Black having first played the role five years ago.
Prior to that he last appeared at the Fortune Theatre as Hunter S Thompson’s Raoul Duke in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, where he was chased nightly around the auditorium by an irate, soap-sudded but otherwise completely nude, suicide bent, drug crazed, 15 stone Samoan lawyer.
Recent theatre work includes: Ten Times Table, The Last of the Red Hot Lovers and Educating Rita (The Mill at Sonning); After the Ball (Theatre Upstairs Highgate); Springs Eternal, The Man who Pays the Piper, The Stepmother, Sauce for the Goose, Three Farces and Winter (Orange Tree Theatre); The Heretic and I Ought to Be in Pictures (Library Theatre Manchester); Blue/Orange and The Crucible (Octagon Theatre Bolton); Twelfth Night, Broken Glass and Oleanna (Royal Theatre Northampton); Improbable Fiction and Drowning on Dry Land (Scarborough); Song of the Western Men (Chichester); Arsenic and Old Lace and Confusions (Salisbury); The Illusion (Royal Exchange Manchester); King Lear, The Cherry Orchard, Hamlet and Man is Man (Bristol Old Vic); Measure for Measure (US Tour); Grafters (Hampstead); The Thunderbolt, Leaving, Private View/Mountain Hotel, Major Barbara, Nan, Twelve Pound Look/Playgoers, Augustus Does His Bit/Village Wooing, Monkey’s Uncle, The Game Hunter, Three Sisters, Have You Anything to Declare, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Way of the World, Sperm Wars, Court in the Act, Lips Together Teeth Apart, What the Heart Feels and Bodies (Orange Tree Theatre).
In the West End Stuart has appeared in Woman in Mind (Vaudeville), The Normal Heart (Royal Court and Albery), Filumena (Lyric) and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Fortune Theatre).
Films include Return of the Jedi, Sid and Nancy and The Gospel of John.
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