A thousand thanks to audience and staff of @HullTruck for a great evening. I am living proof that #WhiteRabbitRedRabbit can be survived.— Samuel West (@exitthelemming) September 3, 2016
Some tweets from audience members:
@exitthelemming You survived! Interesting evening. Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. #WhiteRabbitRedRabbit— Joanne Hill (@MsJoanneHill) September 3, 2016
Lovely to meet @exitthelemming today! The show was amazing and what an incredible performance! Relieved I printed the script ok!!!— Gemma (@Gemmaleah_) September 2, 2016
Really enjoyed seeing @exitthelemming bravely tackle Nassim Soleimanpour’s White Rabbit Red Rabbit @HullTruck tonight.— Dave Horrigan ن (@DaveHorrigan) September 2, 2016
@exitthelemming glad to be a part of your performance tonight great script and great performance 1 of the 5 rabbits climbing the ladder— Neil Baxter (@neilbaxter1971) September 2, 2016
@exitthelemming saw you tonight @HullTruck many congrats on what must have been an usual experience! Providing you are still alive that is?!— Andy Foxton (@andyfoxto) September 2, 2016
Great performance by @exitthelemming Samuel West as the actor / rabbit. Also a convincing cheetah / ostrich. #whiterabbitredrabbit— Ruth Puckering (@StageLass) September 2, 2016
In October, he will perform Kreutzer vs Kreutzer with the Aurora Orchestra at St George's Bristol on 2 October and at the Royal Festival Hall on 9 October.
He narrates All the World's a Stage, a short film which will be screened at the Norwich film festival in November.
In December 2017, he will read from Mozart's letters in a concert with the Aurora Orchestra.
A selection of articles, projects and events from the past few months is below.
Sam played Aristide in the episode "Family" from the series Blood, Sex and Money, which is a Zola adaptation.
He read the CBeebies Bedtime Story The Bear and the Piano (via @dc_litchfield).
He narrated Best Bottoms, a documentary about a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream co-produced by the RSC and various amateur companies. It was broadcast 20 May on BBC1 (via @johnchapman398 and @edbarlow888).
He is the narrator for the audiobook of Human Universe by Brian Cox. Click here for an excerpt (@harperaudiouk).
He commented positively on a Scottish theatre scheme that aims for primary school students to see at least one live performance a year, "Children's engagement is crucial if we are going to develop the diverse range of artists and audiences we need for the future." (The Stage).
Sam read the Book at Bedtime The Third Man.
He contributed to a Front Row discussion, "The Cultural Response to Brexit" - this is available on iPlayer.
In The Stage, he warned that higher drama school fees would price out potential students, "At the moment we teach rich, talented students and poor, talented students. If fees continue to increase, soon we'll be teaching rich, talented students and rich, untalented students."