My blog has quite a lot of posts about Samuel West (Julius Caesar, On Chesil Beach and Darkest Hour) and Charles Edwards (My Fair Lady Australian tour and Henry IX).

Monday, 26 January 2009

Charles Edwards

[updated 19 March 2016]

Charles as Michael Quince in Pravda

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Florence Foster Jenkins (2016), Fielding

Waste (November 2015-March 2016), National Theatre, Henry Trebell
Richard II (July-October 2015), The Globe, Richard II
Blithe Spirit (December 2014-March 2015), North American tour, Charles Condomine
I Went to a Marvellous Party (June 2014), Cafe de Paris
Blithe Spirit (March-June 2014), Gielgud Theatre, Charles Condomine
50 Years on Stage - extract from Pravda (November 2013), National Theatre, Michael Quince
Strange Interlude (June-September 2013), National Theatre (Lyttelton), Charles Marsden
- Clarence Derwent Award
This House (September-December 2012 and February-April 2013), National Theatre (Cottesloe and Olivier), Bernard Weatherill
The King's Speech (February-May 2012), tour, King George VI
Happy Days in the Art World (October-November 2011), tour (Tramway and Skirball Center), Me
Much Ado About Nothing (May-October 2011), Globe Theatre, Benedick
Twelfth Night (January-March 2011), National Theatre, Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Wanderlust (September-October 2010), Royal Court Theatre, Stephen Moore
A Midsummer Night's Dream (February-March 2010), Rose Theatre Kingston, Oberon
The Apple Cart (July-August 2009), Theatre Royal Bath, King Magnus
The Browning Version (June-September 2009), Theatre Royal Bath and tour (Malvern Theatres, Kingston Theatre, Clwyd Theatr Cymru), Frank Hunter
Where There's a Will (February-April 2009), English Touring Theatre, Ribadier
The Devil's Disciple [reading] (May 2008), The Players, Rev. Anthony Anderson
The 39 Steps (January-July 2008), American Airlines Theatre, Cort Theatre, Richard Hannay
The 39 Steps (September-October 2007), Huntington Theatre Company, Richard Hannay
The 39 Steps (September 2006-April 2007), Criterion Theatre, Richard Hannay
The 39 Steps (August-September 2006), Tricycle Theatre, Richard Hannay
Hay Fever (April-August 2006), Theatre Royal Haymarket, Sandy Tyrrell
Much Ado About Nothing (June-August 2005), Theatre Royal Bath, Don Pedro
Private Lives (June-August 2005), Theatre Royal Bath, Victor

Twelfth Night (October-November 2004), Bristol Old Vic, Orsino
Portugal [reading] (June 2004), National Theatre, Nick

John Bull's Other Island (September-October 2003), Tricycle Theatre, Tom Broadbent
The Duchess of Malfi (January-May 2003), National Theatre, Antonio

All My Sons (July-October 2000, July-September 2001), National Theatre, George
Making Noise Quietly (January-April 2000), tour
Our Betters (August-September 1997), Chichester Festival Theatre, Fleming Harvey
The Merchant of Venice (February-March 1997), Birmingham Rep, Bassanio
The Heidi Chronicles (August-October 1996), Greenwich Theatre, Peter Patrone
Beethoven's Tenth (May-July 1996), Chichester Festival Theatre
French Without Tears (November-December 1995), Watford Theatre, Kit Neilan
The Letter (September-October 1995), Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
The Importance of Being Earnest (March-June 1995), English Touring Theatre, Algernon Moncrieff
As You Like It (September-November 1994), English Touring Theatre, Orlando
The Winslow Boy (1994), Plymouth Theatre Royal, tour, The Globe
Trios (July-August 1993), Riverside Studios
Mr Cinders (December 1992-February 1993), Kings Head Theatre
Blithe Spirit (1992), ?, Charles Condomine

Film and TV
Florence Foster Jenkins (2016), Fielding
Arthur & George (2015)(TV), Alfred 'Woodie' Wood
Ripper Street series 3, episode 6, "The Incontrovertible Truth"(2014)(TV), Lord Montacute
Trying Again (2014)(TV), Ian
A Young Doctor's Notebook series 2 episodes 2-4 (2013)(TV), The Colonel
Downton Abbey series 4 episodes 1-4 (2013)(TV), Michael Gregson
Philomena (2013), David
Diana (2013), Patrick Jephson
Playhouse Presents "Stage Door Johnnies" (2013)(TV)
Downton Abbey series 3 episodes 7-9 (2012)(TV), Michael Gregson
Holy Flying Circus (2011)(TV), Michael Palin
Waking the Dead series 9 episodes 1-2 "Harbinger" (2011)(TV), Donald Rees
Midsomer Murders "Blood Wedding" (2008)(TV), Ned Fitzroy
Mistresses series 1 episodes 5-6 (2008)(TV), Paul Malloy
The All Together (2007), Marcus Craigie-Halkett
The Shell Seekers (2006)(TV), Noel
Batman Begins (2005), Wayne Enterprises Executive
Colditz (2005)(TV), Ellways, MI9 Officer
Monarch of the Glen series 4 episode 4 (2002)(TV), David Fraser
Bertie and Elizabeth (2002)(TV), David - Edward VIII
Murder Rooms (2001)(TV), Arthur Conan Doyle
Relative Values (2000), Phillip Bateman-Tobias
Longitude (2000)(TV), Lt. Seward
Mansfield Park (1999), Yates
An Ideal Husband (1999), Jack in stage production of The Importance of Being Earnest
Yellow Fever (1998)
Coming Home episode 1 (1998)(TV), Rupert
In Your Dreams (1997)(TV), Waiter
Loved Up (1995) (TV), Nigel Bennet
Rumpole of the Bailey "Rumpole and the Family Pride" (1992)(TV), Police Officer

Words and Music "Northern Lights: The North Pole" (December 2015), BBC Radio 3
Matchbox Theatre (November-December 2015), BBC Radio 4, various
Double Acts episode 1 "A Flock of Tigers" (October 2015), BBC Radio 4, Edmund
Welcome to Our Village, Please Invade Carefully series 2 (October-November 2014), BBC Radio 4, Field Commander Uljabaan
Words and Music "Strauss' Library" (June 2014), BBC Radio 3
Silk: The Clerks' Room "Bethany" (April 2014), BBC Radio 4, Mr Lewis
Imo and Ben (June 2013), BBC Radio 3, Lord Harewood
Mrs Updike (February 2013), BBC Radio 3, John Updike
Dracula (October 2012), BBC Radio 4, Dr Seward
Betrayal (July 2012), BBC Radio 4, Robert
Publish and Be Damn'd: The Memoirs of Harriette Wilson (June 2012), BBC Radio 4, Ponsonby/Melbourne
Sea Change (January 2012), BBC Radio 4, Harold Nicolson
Jorrocks's Jaunts and Jollities (April 2011), BBC Radio 4, Doleful
Different Planes (February 2004), BBC Radio 4, Jack Wyman
Our Betters (February 1998), BBC Radio 4, Fleming Harvey

Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduated 1992
- Do I Hear A Waltz? (June-July 1992), Barbican Theatre, Mr McIlhenny
National Youth Music Theatre 1988-1990

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