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ABIGAIL'S PARTY - Whitehall Theatre Revival of Mike Leigh's dissection of marriage. Winter-Spring 2002-2003

ABIGAIL'S PARTY - Menier Chocolate Factory, then Wyndham's Theatre. Mike Leigh's satire of 1970s suburbia. Menier Spring 2012; Wyndham's Summer 2012

ABSENT FRIENDS - Pinter Theatre. Ayckbourn comedy: friends try to comfort grieving friend. 2012

ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR - Garrick Theatre. Ayckbourn on 3 couples, 3 Christmas Eves.Winter-Spring 2008

THE ACID TEST - Royal Court Theatre. Night of drinking and truth-telling among friends. Spring 2011

ADOLF HITLER - MY PART IN HIS DOWNFALL - Hampstead Theatre and tour. Spike Milligan's wartime memoirs. Summer 2009

AGAINST HIS WILL - Lewisham Theatre/Touring.Anglo-Jamaican comedy: man who brings charges of rape against his female employer. Spring 2000

AH, WILDERNESS! - Young Vic Theatre. American small town in 1906 - Eugene O'Neill's sole comedy. Spring 2015

AIRSICK - Bush Theatre. Black comedy of doomed romances. Autumn 2003

THE ALCHEMIST - Olivier Theatre Simon Russell Beale and Alex Jennings in Ben Jonson's comedy of con men. Autumn 2006

THE ALCHEMIST - Barbican Theatre. RSC in Ben Jonson comedy.  Autumn 2016

ALEX - Arts Theatre. Stage version of comic strip about City banker. Autumn 2007, then Leicester Square Theatre Autumn 2008

ALONE IT STANDS - Duchess Theatre. How local Irish rugby team defeated the world champions January 2002.

ALL MOUTH - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comedy of actors who do commercials. Summer 2007

ALL NEW PEOPLE  - Duke of York's Theatre. Attempts to cheer up a depressed man. Spring 2012

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL - Stray Dogs touring company's take on one of Shakespeare's more difficult comedies. 2000.

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL - Olivier Theatre. Shakespearean comedy of heroine determined to get her man. Summer-Autumn 2009

ALPHABETICAL ORDER - Hampstead Theatre. Michael Frayn comedy set in a chaotic library. Spring 2009

AMONGST FRIENDS - Hampstead Theatre. Comedy of two couples and a stranger at dinner. Spring 2009

THE ANNIVERSARY - Garrick Theatre. Sheila Hancock as the mother from hell in black comedy. Winter-Spring 2005

ARCADIA - Duke of York's Theatre. Tom Stoppard on gardens, poets, higher mathematics and love. 2009

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE - Strand Theatre. Classic screwball comedy about murderous dotty old dears. Spring 2003.

AS YOU LIKE IT - Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Alexandra Gilbreath as Rosalind and Anthony Howell as Orlando. Summer 2000.

AS YOU LIKE IT - The Pit. Royal Shakespeare Company transfer from Stratford, with Alexandra Gilbreath as Rosalind. Winter 2000-2001

AS YOU LIKE IT - Open Air Theatre. Shakespeare's romantic comedy in Regent's Park Summer 2002

AS YOU LIKE IT - Wyndhams Theatre. Helen McCrory as Rosalind, set in 1940s France Summer-Autumn 2005

AS YOU LIKE IT - Novello Theatre. Lia Williams was Rosalind for the RSC. March 2006

AS YOU LIKE IT - Old Vic Theatre. Shakespeare: girl disguised as boy. Summer 2010

AS YOU LIKE IT - Roundhouse. Part of RSC repertory season. Winter 2010-2011

AS YOU LIKE IT - Olivier Theatre. Rosalie Craig as Rosalind.  2015-2016

AUNTIE AND ME - Wyndham's Theatre. Alan Davies and Margaret Tyzack in comedy about man visiting a sick relative he hardly knows. Winter-Spring 2003

BAGGAGE - Arts Theatre. Perils of online dating. Autumn 2012

BARKING IN ESSEX - Wyndham's Theatre. Comedy about criminal family. Autumn-Winter 2013

BARRY HUMPHRIES - EAT, PRAY, LAUGH! - Palladium. Farewell tour for drag act Dame Edna Everedge and friends. Winter 2013

BEAUTIFUL THING - Sound Theatre. Romantic comedy with a gay twist.Summer 2006

THE BEAUX' STRATAGEM - Olivier Theatre. 18th-century comedy. Summer 2015

BEDROOM FARCE - Aldwych Theatre. Ayckbourn revival, with Richard Briers and June Whitfield. Spring 2002

BEDROOM FARCE - Duke of York's Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn on just trying to get to sleep. Spring 2010

BEFORE THE PARTY - Almeida Theatre. Family tries to cope with shocking revelations. Spring 2013

BEN HUR - Tricycle Theatre. Spoof of the epic as performed by a cast of four. Winter 2015-2016

BETTE AND JOAN - Arts Theatre. Davis v. Crawford on the set of Baby Jane. Spring 2011

BETTY - Vaudeville Theatre. Geraldine McNulty as a spinster who sits on the washing machine and dsicovers sex. Edinburgh 2000, London July 2002.

THE BICYCLE MEN - King's Head Theatre. Comedy of hapless tourist in France. Autumn 2007

BIRTHDAY - Royal Court Theatre. Misadventures of a pregnant man. Summer 2012

BLITHE SPIRIT - Apollo Theatre. Noel Coward's comic ghost story. Spring 2011 

BLITHE SPIRIT - Gielgud Theatre. Noel Coward's stylish ghost story. Spring 2014

BLUE MAN GROUP - New London Theatre. The mime and percussion act from New York. 2005-2007

BOEING-BOEING - Comedy Theatre. 1960s comedy of playboy juggling three air hostess girlfriends. 2007-2008

BOMBSHELLS - Arts Theatre Caroline O'Connor played six very different women. Autumn 2004

BOSTON MARRIAGE - New Ambassadors Theatre. David Mamet's witty view of 19th century women, with Zoe Wanamaker. Winter 2001-2002.

BOUNCERS - Whitehall Theatre. John Godber's satirical study of doormen on the job is revived, starring the author. Spring 2001

BOX THE PONY - The Pit. Leah Purcell on growing up on an Aboriginal mission in the Australian outback. Double-bill with White Baptist Abba Fan. Summer 2000.

THE BREADWINNER - Orange Tree Theatre. Father decides he's tired of supporting his family. Spring 2013

A BUSY DAY - Lyric Theatre. Fanny Burney's 18th century sex-and-confusion romp. Spring 2000

BUYER & CELLAR - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comedy set in Barbra Streisand's basement. Spring 2015

CALENDAR GIRLS - Coward Theatre. Stage version of film of mature women's fundraiser. 2009

THE CAPTAIN OF KOPENICK - Olivier Theatre. Antony Sher as accidental soldier. Winter-Spring 2013

CAUGHT IN THE NET - Vaudeville Theatre. Farce-master Ray Cooney's romp, as a man with two families tries to keep them apart. Winter-Spring 2002.

CHAINS OF DEW - Orange Tree Theatre. 1923 feminist comedy by Susan Glaspell. Spring 2008

CHANGE - Garrick Theatre. Quick-change artist Arturo Brachetti. Autumn-Winter 2009

THE CHARITY THAT BEGAN AT HOME - Orange Tree Theatre. 1905 satire of misguided do-gooders. Winter 2011-2012

CHARLEY'S AUNT - Menier Chocolate Factory. Classic farce of man pretending to be a chaperone. Autumn 2012.

CHAV SCUM KILLS GOD - Courtyard Theatre. Adventures in the Afterlife. Autumn 2008

CHEAP DAY RETURN: THE WEIRD SISTERS - Battersea Arts Centre. Alison Goldie and Kath Burlinson in comic revue Spring 2001

A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL - Harold Pinter Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn on amateur operetta and wife-swapping in Wales. 2012-2013

A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Noel Coward Theatre. Jim Broadbent as Scrooge. Winter 2015-2016

CLARION - Arcola Theatre. Dark comedy set in a tabloid newspaper. Spring and Autumn 2015

CLYBOURNE PARK - Royal Court, then Wyndham's Theatre. Race relations and selling property in 1959 and 2009.  Royal Court Autumn 2010; Wyndham's Theatre Spring 2011

CLOUD NINE - Almeida Theatre. Caryl Churchill's gender-bending comedy. Autumn 2007

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company watches twins get mistaken for each other. Winter 2000-2001

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS- Hampstead Theatre. All-male Propeller company in Shakespearean farce. June 2011 and tour

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS- Olivier Theatre. Lenny Henry starred in Shakespeare's mistaken-identity farce 2011-2012

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS- Roundhouse. Royal Shakespeare Company. Spring 2012

COMIC POTENTIAL - Lyric Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn directs Janie Dee, Matthew Cottle and David Soul in his play about living robot 1999-2000.

COMMUNICATING DOORS - Menier Chocolate Factory. Alan Ayckbourn time-travel comedy. Spring 2015

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) - Criterion Theatre. Long-running spoof by the three-man Reduced Shakespeare Company 1996-2005

THE CONSTANT WIFE - Lyric Theatre. Jenny Seagrove in Maugham comedy of actual or threatened infidelity. Summer-autumn 2002.

THE COUNTRY WIFE - Haymarket Theatre. Resident company in bawdy Restoration comedy. Autumn-Winter 2007

THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN - Noel Coward Theatre.. Martin McDonagh black comedy of Irish village. Summer 2013

DAISY PULLS IT OFF - Lyric Theatre. Revival of girls-own adventure set in a girls' school. Spring 2002.

DAMSELS IN DISTRESS - Duchess Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn repertory season - three independant comedies with the same cast Autumn-Winter 2002

DANTE'S INFERNO - Comedy Theatre. Comic Arthur Smith's musings on Dante and drink. December 2004

DEAD FUNNY - Vaudeville Theatre. Comedy about comedy fans. 2016-2017

DEAR LUPIN - Apollo Theatre. Comedy of father's letters to son. Summer 2015

DESIGN FOR LIVING - Old Vic Theatre. Noel Coward comedy of convention-defying threesome. Autumn 2010

DICK BARTON - EPISODE II - Spoof salute to cult radio series of the 1940s. Touring 2001

DICKENS UNPLUGGED - Comedy Theatre. Comic romp through the life and works.Spring 2008

DICKENS ABRIDGED - Arts Theatre. Revised version of the comic romp through the life and works. Winter 2013

DINNER - Wyndham's Theatre. Moira Buffini's dinner-party-from-hell play seen at the NT 2002. Winter 2003-2004

DINNER WITH SADDAM - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comedy set in wartime Baghdad. Autumn 2015

DIRTY BLONDE - Duke of York's Theatre. Comedy about Mae West and her fans. Summer 2004.

THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA - Lyttelton Theatre. Shaw on life-and-death decisions clouded by love. Summer 2012

DOLLY WEST'S KITCHEN - Old Vic Theatre. Abbey Theatre in Frank McGuinness's romantic comedy.Spring-summer 2000

THE DOG IN THE MANGER - Playhouse Theatre. RSC transfer of classic Spanish comedy. Winter-Spring 2005

DON JUAN IN SOHO- Donmar Warehouse Patrick Marber's modern-dress take on the old roue. Winter 2006-2007

DONKEYS' YEARS - Comedy Theatre. Revival of Michael Frayn comedy about old boys at university reunion. 2006

DROWNING ON DRY LAND - Jermyn Street Theatre.  Alan Ayckbourn on celebrity culture. Spring 2011

THE DUCK HOUSE - Vaudeville Theatre. Political satire meets trousers-down farce as MP tries to hide his expenses fiddling. 2013-2014

DUCKTASTIC! - Albery Theatre. Comedy about a magician and his duck. Autumn 2005

DYING FOR IT - Almeida Theatre. Adaptation of Russian satire about a would-be suicide. Spring 2007

THE DYSFUNCKSHONALZ - Bush Theatre. Comic drama of punk band tempted to sell out. Winter 2007

EAST IS EAST -  Trafalgar Studios. Comedy-drama of mixed English-Pakistani family. Autumn-Winter 2014

EASTWARD HO! - Gielgud Theatre. RSC in comedy-drama of ambitious city mice, by Ben Jonson and others. Winter 2002-2003.

EDWARD GANT'S AMAZING FEATS OF LONELINESS - Soho Theatre. Mock Victorian melodrama. Spring 2009

ELLING - Trafalgar Studios. Former mental patients try to adjust to the real world. 2007

THE END OF LONGING - Playhouse Theatre. TV's Matthew Perry wrote and starred in rom-com. Spring 2016

ENGLAND PEOPLE VERY NICE - Olivier Theatre. Comic view of immigration through the years. 2009

ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE - Arts Theatre. Alison Steadman and Clive Francis in Joe Orton farce. Winter-Spring 2001

ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE - Trafalgar Studios. Joe Orton's pansexual farce. Spring 2009

ENJOY - Gielgud Theatre. Revival of 1980 Alan Bennett comedy. Spring 2009

ERIC AND LITTLE ERN - Vaudeville and St James Theatres. Salute to comic legends Morecambe and Wise. Vaudeville Winter 2013-2014; St James Winter 2014-2015

FABULATION - Tricycle Theatre. Successful African-American woman loses all. 2006

FACTORS UNFORESEEN - Orange Tree Theatre. Michel Vinaver satire on big business. Spring 2009

FALLEN ANGELS - Apollo Theatre. Felicity Kendal and Frances de la Tour in Noel Coward's comedy about middle-aged lust. Spring 2001

THE FALSE SERVANT - Cottesloe Theatre. Marivaux comedy of sex and power. Summer 2004

A FAMILY AFFAIR - Arcola Theatre. Russian farce of a swindler swindled. Winter 2006-2007

THE FASTEST CLOCK IN THE UNIVERSE - Hampstead Theatre. Black comedy of ageing stud. Autumn 2009

FAT PIG - Trafalgar, then Comedy Theatre. Bloke falls for plus-size girl in Neil LaBute rom com. 2008

FEELGOOD - Garrick Theatre. Henry Goodman stars as a spinmeister in Alistair Beaton's political satire. Summer-Autumn 2001.

THE FEMALE ODD COUPLE - Apollo Theatre. Neil Simon's rewrite of his classic stars Jenny Seagrove and Paula Wilcox.Spring 2001

THE FEMALE OF THE SPECIES - Vaudeville Theatre. Farce about feminist held hostage by disgruntled follower Summer 2008

FIFTY WAYS TO LEAVE YOUR LOVER AT CHRISTMAS - Bush Theatre. Comic revue about saying goodbye. Winter 2008-2009

FILUMENA - Almeida Theatre. Italian comedy - man's mistress has three sons and won't say which is his. Spring 2012

A FLEA IN HER EAR - Old Vic Theatre. Feydeau farce of attempted adulteries Winter 2010-2011

THE FLOUERS O' EDINBURGH - Finborough Theatre. Comedy of Scots trying to be more English. Autumn 2014

THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS - Vaudeville Theatre. Clowning and juggling. Summer 2011

FOUR DOGS AND A BONE - Phoenix Artists Club. Hollywood satire. Summer 2011

FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS - Orange Tree Theatre. Terrence Rattigan comedy.Autumn 2015, Summer 2016

FUDDY MEERS - Arts Theatre. Politically incorrect comedy of amnesia. Spring 2004

THE FULL MONTY - Noel Coward Theatre. Unemployed men form strip act in stage version of hit film. 2014

FULLY COMMITTED - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comic travails of a restaurant booking clerk.Autumn 2014

GARDEN - Olivier Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn played simultaneously with HOUSE next door, the cast running from one to the other between scenes. Summer 2000

GAUDEAMUS - Arcola Theatre. Co-ed university makes sex obligatory. Spring 2006

GLORIOUS! - Duchess Theatre Maureen Lipman as would-be singer Florence Foster Jenkins. 2005-2006

GOD OF CARNAGE - Gielgud Theatre. Yasmina Reza comedy about two couples trying to have a polite conversation. Spring 2008

GOING POTTY - New End Theatre. Mother goes on strike, exposing marital rifts. Spring 2007

GOLEM - Trafalgar Studios. Multimedia satire of consumerism transfers from the Young Vic. Spring 2015

GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR - Young Vic Theatre. Gogol satire on corruption. Summer 2011

GREAT BRITAIN - National and Haymarket Theatres. Satire of tabloid newspaper chicanery. 2014

GREENWASH - Orange Tree Theatre Political satire and knockabout farce among spin doctors. Spring 2009

GRINGOS - Battersea Arts Centre. Britsol Old Vic comedy of bright young things on a back-packing tour of Latin America . Winter 1999-2000.

GRUMPY OLD WOMEN - LIVE - Lyric Theatre. Three actresses kvetch comically in offshoot of TV show. Summer 2006

THE GUARDSMAN - Albery Theatre. Janet Suzman directs Greta Scacchi and Michael Pennington in the Molnar about an acting couple. Autumn 2000

HAND TO GOD - Vaudeville Theatre. Puppet comes alive and wreaks havoc in church. Spring 2016

HANDBAGGED - Vaudeville Theatre. Thatcher v. the Queen in their weekly conferences. 2014

HANGMEN - Wyndham's Theatre. Martin McDonagh black comedy about one of Britain's last executioners. 2015-2016

HARLEQUINADE - Garrick Theatre. Terrence Rattigan backstage comedy. Autumn-Winter 2015

HARVEY - Haymarket Theatre. Comedy of man with invisible rabbit friend. Spring 2015

HAY FEVER - Haymarket Theatre. Judi Dench in Noel Coward comedy of bohemian family. Summer 2006

HAY FEVER - Noel Coward Theatre. Coward at the Coward: bohemian family shocks squares. Spring 2012

HAY FEVER - Duke of York's Theatre. Felicity Kendal in Noel Coward comedy of very theatrical family. Spring-Summer 2015

HEARTBREAK HOUSE - Union Theatre. Shaw comedy about family, marriage and money. January 2018

HELLO/GOODBYE - Hampstead Theatre. Rom-com couple meet cute, fall in love, but then what? February 2015

HEROES - Wyndhams Theatre. Tom Stoppard adaptation of French play of old soldiers. Winter 2005-2006

HIS GIRL FRIDAY - Olivier Theatre. Stage version of movie version of The Front Page . Summer -Autumn 2003

THE HISTORY BOYS - Lyttelton Theatre. Alan Bennett play set in boys' school. National Theatre 2004-2005; Wyndham's 2006-2007; 2007-2008

HOBSON'S CHOICE - Vaudeville Theatre. Classic comedy of daughter escaping tyrant father. Summer 2016

HOME AND BEAUTY - Lyric Theatre. Husband returns from war to find wife remarried in Somerset Maugham's farcical look at marriage. Autumn 2002

THE HOTHOUSE - Lyttelton Theatre. Harold Pinter's madhouse play.2007

THE HOTHOUSE - Trafalgar Studios. Pinter being Ortonesque in a mad madhouse. Spring-Summer 2013

THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES - Duchess Theatre. Comic trio Peepolykus deconstruct Sherlock Holmes.2007 

HOUSE - Lyttelton Theatre. Ayckbourn played simultaneously with GARDEN next door, the cast running from one to the other between scenes. Summer 2000

HOUSE OF DESIRES - Playhouse Theatre. RSC transfer of classic Spanish comedy. Winter-Spring 2005

HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES - Duke of York's Theatre. Ayckbourn comedy of confusion  2016

HUGE - King's Head Theatre. Comedy of would-be stand-up comics. Spring 2006

THE HYPOCHONDRIAC - Almeida Theatre. Moliere comedy. Winter 2005-2006

I'D RATHER GOYA ROBBED ME OF MY SLEEP THAN SOME OTHER ARSEHOLE - Gate Theatre. Comic monologue of a road trip. Spring 2014

AN IDEAL HUSBAND - Vaudeville Theatre. Oscar Wilde on political scandal and witty repartee. Winter 2010-2011

IF DESTROYED TRUE - Menier Chocolate Factory. Black comedy about the worst town in Scotland. Spring 2005

IF SO, THEN YES - Jermyn Street Theatre. New absurdist comedy by N.F. Simpson. Autumn 2010

I FOUND MY HORN - Tristan Bates, Orange Tree, Hampstead and Trafalgar Theatres. Midlife crisis leads man to take up French horn. Bates and Orange Tree Winter 2008-2009; Hampstead Autumn 2009; Trafalgar 2014

I HEAR YOU AND REJOICE - Tricycle Theatre. Irish widower's monologue. June 2017

I, LEAR - Trafalgar Studio 2. Two-man spoof of theatre history. Summer 2008

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Savoy Theatre. Patricia Routledge as Lady Bracknell. Spring 2001

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Vaudeville Theatre. Penelope Keith was Lady Bracknell. Winter-Spring 2008

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Harold Pinter Theatre. All-star revival of Wilde classic.  Summer 2014

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - Vaudeville Theatre. Oscar Wilde's witty rom-com, with David Suchet as Lady Bracknell. Autumn 2015

IN THE NEXT ROOM, OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY - St. James Theatre. Comedy-drama about 19th-century sex therapy. Winter 2013-2014

INVINCIBLE - Orange Tree and St James Theatres. Culture-clash comedy as London couple moves north. Spring-Summer 2014

JACKIE MASON - Queen's Theatre. The veteran stand-up comic's wry views on current events, Jews and gentiles, and the idiot in the front row.Autumn 2001

JEEVES AND WOOSTER IN PERFECT NONSENSE - Duke of York's Theatre. New adventures of  P G Wodehouse's dim gent and clever valet. 2013-2014

JEFFREY BERNARD IS UNWELL - Garrick Theatre. Return of a-night-in-the-life-of the hard-drinking writer, with Tom Conti. Summer 2006

JEREMY LION - FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comic travails of a small-time children's entertainer. Autumn 2006

JERUSALEM - Royal Court Theatre. Jez Butterworth play about the most disreputable man in the village. Summer 2009

JOAN RIVERS - A WORK IN PROGRESS BY A LIFE IN PROGRESS - Leicester Square Theatre. The veteran American comic mixed gags with memoirs. Autumn 2008

JOKING APART - Union Theatre. Ayckbourn comedy of golden couple who spoil everyone else's happiness. Winter 2011-2012

JOSEPH K - Gate Theatre. Black comic adaptation of Kafka. Winter 2010

JUMPERS -Piccadilly Theatre. Simon Russell Beale wrestled with philosophy in Tom Stoppard revival. NT Summer 2003; West End through Winter 2004

JUMPERS - Tabard Theatre. Tom Stoppard on acrobats, astronauts and logical proof God exists. Autumn 2012

JUMPERS FOR GOALPOSTS - Bush Theatre. Adventures of hapless amateur football team. Winter 2013-2014

.JUMPY - Royal Court Theatre. Comedy of mother and teenage daughter. Autumn 2011.  Revived Duke of York's Theatre Autumn 2012

JUS' LIKE THAT! - Garrick Theatre. Salute to comic Tommy Cooper. Summer 2003

JUST TO GET MARRIED - Finborough Theatre. 1911 rom-com with a feminist edge. Summer 2017

KING OF HEARTS - Hampstead Theatre. Political satire - what if the heir to the throne loved a Muslim? Spring 2007

KISSING SID JAMES - Jermyn Street Theatre. Comedy of mismatched couple on a dirty weekend. Autumn 2012

THE KITCHEN SINK - Bush Theatre. Comedy about family of lovable losers. Winter 2011

LA BETE - Comedy Theatre. Backstage comedy: high-class manager must hire bad actor. Summer 2010

LABOUR OF LOVE - Noel Coward Theatre. Political comedy-drama of MP and his staff. Autumn 2017. 

THE LADY IN THE VAN - Queens Theatre. Maggie Smith starred in Alan Bennett play about the woman who parked in his garden for years. Spring 2000

THE LADYKILLERS - Gielgud and Vaudeville Theatres.  Stage version of  film about crooks and a little old lady. Gielgud Winter 2011-2012; Vaudeville Summer 2013

A LAUGHING MATTER - Lyttelton Theatre. New farce set backstage at She Stoops to Conquer. In rep with the original, winter 2002-2003.

LEGAL FICTIONS - Savoy Theatre. Double bill of John Mortimer comedies starring Edward Fox. Spring 2008

THE LEISURE SOCIETY - Trafalgar Studios. Skinny-dipping and threesomes among the thirty-somethings. Spring 2012

LESS THAN KIND - Jermyn Street Theatre. 'Lost' Terrence Rattigan romantic comedy. January-February 2011

LETTICE AND LOVAGE - Menier Chocolate Factory. Peter Shaffer comedy. Spring 2017

THE LIE - Menier Chocolate Factory. French comedy of adulteries. Autumn 2017

THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE - Garrick Theatre. Martin McDonagh's tale of gore, the IRA and pussycats Pit Winter 2001-2002; Garrick Summer-Autumn 2002

LIFE X 3 - Old Vic Theatre. Yasmina Reza does the dinner party from hell again and again. NT, then West End Winter-Spring 2001

LIOLA- Lyttelton Theatre. Pirandello comedy - who's the father? Summer-Autumn 2013

LITTLE BLACK BOOK - Park Theatre. French rom-com - girl walks in and refuses to go. Winter 2013-2014

THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED - Garrick Theatre. Comedy- should a gay actor come out? Spring 2010

LITTLE WOLF'S BOOK OF BADNESS - Hampstead Theatre. Good little wolf has to learn to be bad. Winter 2007-2008

LONDON ASSURANCE - Olivier Theatre. Simon Russell Beale and Fiona Shaw in 19th-century comedy. Spring 2010

LOOT - Tricycle Theatre. Joe Orton farce about bank robbers, a coffin, and a naughty nurse. Winter 2008-2009

LOOT - Park Theatre. Joe Orton farce about money hidden in a coffin. Autumn 2017

THE LOTTERY OF LOVE - Orange Tree Theatre. 18th-century rom-com of disguises and mistaken identities. Spring 2017

LOVE IN A WOOD - Swan Theatre. Royal Shakspeare Company in Wycherley comedy. Summer 2001

LOVE IN IDLENESS - Menier Chocolate Factory and Apollo. Terrence Rattigan comedy of mature lovers and her disapproving son. Menier Spring 2017, Apollo Summer 2017

LOVE'S LABOURS LOST - Open Air Theatre. Romantic comedy in the park.Summer 2001

LOVE'S LABOURS LOST - Olivier Theatre. The NT's first go at this early Shakespeare play in 30 years; Trevor Nunn directed. Spring-Summer 2003.

LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST - Haymarket Theatre. RSC in Shakespeare, in rep with Much Ado About Nothing. Winter 2016-2017

LOVE SONG - Ambassadors Theatre. Romantic comedy - lonely boy meets pretty burglar. Winter 2006-2007

THE LOVER and THE COLLECTION - Comedy Theatre. Double bill of early, light Pinter plays. Spring 2008

LOW LEVEL PANIC - Orange Tree Theatre. Dark comedy of modern women's sex lives. Spring 2017

THE LOW ROAD - Royal Court Theatre. Satire of raw capitalism   Spring 2013

A MAD WORLD MY MASTERS -  Barbican Theatre. RSC presents a bawdy Jacobean farce. Spring 2015

MADAMOISELLE COLOMBE - Bridewell. Honor Blackman in Anouilh's romantic comedy. Autumn 2000

MADNESS IN VALENCIA - Trafalgar Studio 2. Lope de Vega farce. February 2010

THE MADNESS OF GEORGE DUBYA - Arts Theatre. Satirical look at Iraqi war. Spring 2003.

MAJOR BARBARA - Orange Tree Theatre. Shaw's debate over saving souls or saving bodies. Autumn-Winter 2006

THE MAKING OF MOO - Orange Tree Theatre. Satire as man sets out to create a new religion. Winter 2009

MAN AND SUPERMAN - Lyttelton Theatre. Ralph Fiennes in Shaw. Spring 2015

THE MAN IN THE WOMAN'S SHOES - Tricycle Theatre. Irish shoemaker's comic adventure. Spring 2016; Summer 2017

THE MAN OF MODE - Olivier Theatre. Restoration comedy in modern dress.Spring 2007

THE MAN WHO WOULD BE STING - BAC. Niall Ashdown on growing up to the sound of the Police. Winter 2003-2004.

THE MANDATE - Cottesloe Theatre. Russian farce set in the 1920s. Autumn-Winter 2004

THE MAGISTRATE - Olivier Theatre. Classic Pinero farce of judge fearing scandal.  Winter 2012-2013

MARKET BOY - Olivier Theatre. Comedy by David Eldridge set in a street market. Spring-summer 2006

MARY GOES FIRST - Orange Tree Theatre. Political and social satire from 1913. Winter 2008-2009

MASKS AND FACES - Finborough Theatre. Fringe production of 19th Century sentimental comedy. Spring 2004

MATCHBOX THEATRE - Hampstead Theatre. Short bits and sketches by Michael Frayn. Spring 2015

MATING BEHAVIOUR - Pentameters Theatre. Comic dissection of sexual politics among London's thirty-somethings. Winter 2000-2001

MEAT AND TWO VEG / LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WHERE AM I? - BAC. Street theatre company Cartoon de Salvo offers two comedies in repertory 2003

MEMBERS ONLY - Trafalgar Studios. French play about threatened friendship Spring 2006

THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR - Old Vic Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company transfer from Stratford.Summer 2003

THE MENTALISTS - Wyndham's Theatre. Guy involves his buddy in utopian project.  Summer 2015

THE MENTOR - Vaudeville Theatre. German comedy of feuding writers. Summer 2017

MICHAEL MOORE - Roundhouse. The American social critic vents his spleen. Autumn 2002

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company, starring Josette Simon and Daniel Ryan. Autumn 1999

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park. Alan Strachan's production of Shakespeare's evergreen fantasy. Summer 2000

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Open Air Theatre. Shakespeare-in-the-Park, delightful play in a delightful setting. Summer 2001

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakspeare Company touring production visits London Spring 2002.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Open Air Theatre. The Shakespeare-in-the-Park summer perennial. Summer 2003

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Comedy Theatre. All-male production. Autumn 2003

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Open Air Theatre. The Shakespeare-in-the-Park perennial Summer 2004

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Novello Theatre. Part of the RSC Comedies season. February 2006

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - The Roundhouse. Tim Supple directs an all-Indian cast Spring 2007

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Novello Theatre. Puck, Bottom, lovers and fairies from the RSC. Winter 2008-2009

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Lyric Hammersmith. High-tech company Filter deconstruct Shakespeare. Spring 2012

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Noel Coward Theatre. Sheridan Smith and David Walliams starred. Autumn 2013  

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Barbican Theatre and touring. RSC working with local amateur companies. May 2016

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - Young Vic Theatre. Shakespeare. Spring 2017

MIRROR TEETH - Finborough  Theatre.  Satire of the dark side of typical English family. Summer 2011

MISALLIANCE - Orange Tree Theatre. Shaw comedy or money and marriage. Winter 2017-2018

THE MISANTHROPE - Comedy Theatre. Modern adaptation by Martin Crimp. Winter 2009-2010

THE MISER - Garrick Theatre. New version of Moliere comedy. Spring 2017

MR FOOTE'S OTHER LEG - Hampstead and Haymarket Theatres. Comedy-turned-serious about 18th century actor. 2015-2016

MOJO - Harold Pinter Theatre. Jez Butterworth black comedy of panicking gangsters  Winter 2013-2014

MONSTER RAVING LOONY - Soho Theatre. Story of Screaming Lord Sutch, musician and spoof politician. Spring 2016

THE MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT - Lyttelton Theatre. Betrayals, sexual and otherwise, among a group of hispanic New Yorkers Summer 2015

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park. Shakespeare's comedy about feuding couples.Summer 2000

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Haymarket Theatre. RSC transfer from Stratford. August 2002 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Novello Theatre. RSC from Stratford, with Joseph Millson and Tamsin Greig. Winter 2006-2007

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Olivier Theatre. Simon Russell Beale and Zoe Wanamaker as Benedick and Beatrice. 2007-2008

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Wyndham's Theatre. David Tennant and Catherine Tate starred. Summer 2011

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Noel Coward Theatre. RSC set Shakespeare in India. Autumn 2012

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - Old Vic Theatre. James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave in Shakespeare. Autumn 2013

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING -  Haymarket Theatre. RSC in Shakespeare. In rep with Love's Labour's Lost. Winter 2016-2017

MUM'S THE WORD - Albery Theatre. Comedy of actresses facing motherhood. Spring 2003

THE MURDER GAME - King's Head Theatre. Comedy-mystery of dueling lawyers and hitman . Spring 2009

MUSWELL HILL - Orange Tree Theatre. Comedy about a dinner party gone awry. Spring 2012

MY BRILLIANT DIVORCE - Apollo Theatre. Dawn French in solo show by Geraldine Aron. Spring 2003.

MY HUSBAND IS A SPACEMAN - Battersea Arts Centre. Kazuko Hohki's multimedia performance piece. June 2001

MY NIGHT WITH REG - Apollo Theatre. Comedy-drama of gay men in the age of AIDS. Winter-Spring 2015

MY TRIP DOWN THE PINK CARPET - Apollo Theatre Memoirs of comic actor Leslie Jordan. January-February 2011

NEVILLE'S ISLAND - Duke of York's Theatre. Comedy of corporate bonding exercise gone wrong. Autumn-Winter 2014

NEXT TIME I'LL SING TO YOU - Orange Tree Theatre. James Saunders metaphysical comedy. Winter 2011

NICE FISH - Harold Pinter Theatre. Comedy of American ice fishing.  Winter 2016-2017

A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER - Trafalgar Studios. Marie Jones' solo play about Irish Protestant who realises Catholics have more fun. Autumn 2007

NO NAUGHTY BITS - Hampstead Theatre. How Monty Python sued an American TV network. Autumn 2011

NOISES OFF -National Theatre. National Theatre revives Michael Frayn's backstage farce NT 2000-1, Piccadilly Theatre 2001-2; Comedy Theatre 2002

NOISES OFF - Old Vic and Novello Theatres. Michael Frayn's backstage farce. Old Vic Winter 2011-2012; Novello Spring-Summer 2012

NOONDAY DEMONS - King's Head Theatre. Comedy of competing holy hermits. Summer 2015

THE NORMAN CONQUESTS - Old Vic Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn's comic trilogy, set simultaneously in different parts of a house. Autumn-Winter 2008

NOTMOSES - Arts Theatre. Life of Brian-style comedy about another Hebrew baby rescued from the Nile around Exodus time. Spring 2016

NSFW - Royal Court Theatre. Satire of publishing, both up- and down-market. Autumn 2012

OEDIPUSSY - Lyric Hammersmith. Comic company Spymonkey deconstruct Sophocles. Spring 2012

ON APPROVAL - Jermyn Street Theatre. 1926 comedy of trial marriage. Spring 2013

ON THE CEILING - Garrick Theatre. Comedy about Michaelangelo's apprentices. Autumn 2005

ONCE A CATHOLIC - Tricycle Theatre. Comedy of life in a girls' school in 1957. Winter 2013-2014

ONCE BITTEN - Orange Tree Theatre. French farce of foiled adulteries.  Winter 2010-2011

ONCE IN A LIFETIME - Olivier Theatre. Kaufmann-Hart satire of Hollywood. Winter 2005-2006

ONCE IN A LIFETIME - Young Vic Theatre. Hollywood satire. Winter 2016-2017

ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS - National, Adelphi and Haymarket Theatres. Updating of classic farce of harried servant. 2011-2014

ONE OF THOSE - Tristan Bates Theatre. Comic encounters in which no one can avoid saying exactly the wrong thing. February 2016

ONLY WHEN I LAUGH - Arcola Theatre. Backstage comedy. Spring 2009

OVER THE MOON - Old Vic Theatre. Joan Collins in Ray Cooney-directed backstage farce. Autumn 2001

THE PAIN AND THE ITCH - Royal Court Theatre. Bruce Norris comedy about American liberals Summer 2007

THE PAINKILLER - Garrick Theatre. Farce as would-be killer is constantly interrupted. Spring 2016

LES PARENTS TERRIBLES - Trafalgar Studios. Jean Cocteau's family-from-hell. December 2010

PARLOUR SONG - Almeida Theatre. Jez Butterworth play about cracks in a suburban marriage Spring 2009

PARTY - Arts Theatre. Comedy of the clueless trying to be political. March 2010

PEDRO THE GREAT PRETENDER - Playhouse Theatre RSC transfer of classic Spanish comedy. Winter-Spring 2005

PEGGY FOR YOU - Comedy Theatre. Alan Plater's salute to agent Peggy Ramsay, who discovered dozens of playwrights. Maureen Lipman starred. Spring 2000

PEOPLE - Lyttelton Theatre. Alan Bennett play satirising the heritage industry. 2012-2013

PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT - Almeida Theatre. Tennessee Williams' one Broadway comedy. Spring 2006

PETE AND DUD - COME AGAIN - The Venue. Play about Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. Spring 2006

PHALLACY - New End Theatre. Satire of art historians. Spring 2005

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY - Old Vic Theatre. Philip Barry's romantic comedy. Spring-summer 2005

THE PHILANDERER - Orange Tree Theatre. Shaw comedy. Spring 2016

THE PHILANTHROPIST - Donmar Theatre. Simon Russell Beale as Christopher Hampton's nice guy. Autumn 2005

THE PHILANTHROPIST - Trafalgar Studios. Misadventures of a little man who likes everyone. Spring-Summer 2017

PIANO/FORTE - Royal Court Theatre. Terry Johnson's soap-opera of very different sisters. Autumn 2006.

PINTER'S PEOPLE - Haymarket Theatre. Sketches and short plays by the Nobel Prize winner. February 2007

PLAY MAS - Orange Tree Theatre. Satiric comedy set in Trinidad carnival. Spring 2015

THE PLAY WHAT I WROTE - Wyndhams Theatre. Salute to comics Morcambe and Wise by contemporary comics The Right Size. Spring & autumn 2002.

THE POCKET ORCHESTRA - Trafalgar Studios. Comic history of classical music. Spring 2006

POWER - Cottesloe Theatre. Serious comedy of manners by Nick Dear, about politics and sex in 17th century France. Summer-Autumn 2003.

PREACHEROSITY - Jermyn Street Theatre. Comedy of preacher's effect on Texas town. Spring 2006

PRESENT LAUGHTER - Lyttelton Theatre. Alex Jennings in Noel Coward. 2007-2008

THE PRIORY - Royal Court Theatre. New Year's Eve party gone sour. Winter 2009-2010

THE PRISONER OF SECOND AVENUE - Vaudeville Theatre. Neil Simon farce of frustrated New Yorkers. Summer 2010

PRIVATE FEARS IN PUBLIC PLACES - Orange Tree Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn's latest (as of 2005) comedy-with-a-touch-of-pathos Spring 2005

PRIVATE LIVES - Albery Theatre. Noel Coward's comedy with Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan Winter 2001-2002.

PRIVATE LIVES - Hampstead Theatre. Noel Coward comedy of bickering lovers. January-February 2009

PRIVATE LIVES - Vaudeville Theatre. Kim Cattrall and Matthew Macfadyen in Noel Coward. Spring 2010

PRIVATE LIVES - Gielgud Theatre. Noel Coward comedy of divorced couple who meet again. Summer-Autumn 2013

PRIVATES ON PARADE - Noel Coward Theatre. Peter Nichols play about army entertainers. 2012-2013

THE PUB LANDLORD - '...AND A GLASS OF WHITE WINE FOR THE LADY' - Playhouse Theatre.Al Murray's one-man show. 1999

PUCKOON - Leicester Square Theatre. Spike Milligan comedy. Spring 2011

PYGMALION - Old Vic Theatre. Shaw on changing a flower girl into a lady. Spring-Summer 2008

PYGMALION - Garrick Theatre. Shaw's flowergirl-to-lady fable of language and class. Summer 2011

QUALITY STREET - Finborough Theatre. J.M.Barrie comedy: woman poses as her own niece. December 2010

QUARTET - Albery Theatre. Donald Sinden and Alec McCowen in comedy about retired opera singers. Autumn 1999.

RAFTA, RAFTA - Lyttelton Theatre. Comedy of Indian family in England. 2007

RAMONA TELLS JIM - Bush Theatre. Rom-com with unexpected dark undertones. Autumn 2017

RANK - Tricycle Theatre. Comedy thriller from Ireland. November 2008

RATTLE OF A SIMPLE MAN - Comedy Theatre. Charles Dyer's 1962 play of mismatched couple. Spring 2004

RAVING - Hampstead Theatre. Comedy of three couples on a weekend without the kids. Autumn 2013

REALLY OLD, LIKE FORTY-FIVE - Cottesloe Theatre. Black comedy of dealing with ageing population. Winter-Spring 2010

THE RECRUITING OFFICER - Donmar Warehouse. 18th-century romantic comedy. Spring 2012

THE RELAPSE - Olivier Theatre. Trevor Nunn directs Alex Jennings in Vanbrugh's post-Restoration comedy. Summer-Autumn 2001

RELATIVE VALUES - Pinter Theatre. Noel Coward satire of class prejudice going both ways. Spring 2014

RELATIVELY SPEAKING - Wyndham's Theatre. Ayckbourn comedy of mistaken identities and crossed conversations. Summer 2013

THE RING OF TRUTH - Orange Tree Theatre. Comedy of complications arising from a lost ring. Autumn 2009

RING ROUND THE MOON - Playhouse Theatre. Christopher Fry's version of Anouilh's romantic comedy 2008

THE RIVALS - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare company does Sheridan -- marital plotting and Mrs. Malaprop Winter 2000-2001

THE RIVALS - Haymarket Theatre. Penelope Keith and Peter Bowles in Sheridan's comedy of romantic confusions.Winter 2010-2011

THE ROMAN BATH  - Arcola Theatre. Bulgarian political satire. Spring 2010

ROMANCE - Almeida Theatre. David Mamet courtroom farce. Autumn 2005

ROOKERY NOOK - Menier Chocolate Factory. Classic Ben Travers farce. Spring 2009

THE ROSE TATTOO - Olivier Theatre. Tennessee Williams on love, lust and roses. Spring-Summer 2007

ROUND THE HORNE REVISITED - The Venue. Staging of original scripts from the legendary radio comedy 2004-2005.

THE ROYAL FAMILY - Haymarket Theatre. Peter Hall directs Judi Dench and others in classic farce about theatre folk. Winter 2001-2002

RULES FOR LIVING - Dorfman Theatre. Dark comedy of a family Christmas. Spring 2015

ST. JOHN'S NIGHT - Jermyn Street Theatre. Magical romantic comedy by Henrik Ibsen. Summer 2012

THE SAFARI PARTY - Hampstead Theatre. Tim Firth's Ayckbourn-like comedy opens the new theatre.Spring 2003

SALSA SAVED THE GIRLS - Old Red Lion Theatre. Dark comedy of strange family.Autumn 2007

THE SAME DEEP WATER AS ME - Donmar Warehouse. Trying to pull of an insurance scam. Summer-Autumn 2013

SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE - Orange Tree Theatre. Feydeau farce of would-be adulterers. Winter 2012-2013

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL - Barbican Theatre. Sheridan on bitchiness and hypocrisy in London society. Spring 2011

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL - Park Theatre. Sheridan's comedy of gossip and lechery. Summer 2013

THE SCHOOL FOR SCHEMING - Orange Tree Theatre. 19th-century satire of  marrying for money. Spring 2014

THE SEA - Haymarket Theatre. Resident company in Edward Bond comedy Winter-Spring 2008

SEASON'S GREETINGS - Lyttelton Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn on the hell of family Christmas. Winter 2010-2011

SEE HOW BEAUTIFUL I AM - Bush Theatre Debora Weston in one-woman show about Valley Of The Dolls author Jacqueline Susann Autumn 2001.

SEE HOW THEY RUN - Duchess Theatre. Venerable farce - which vicar is the real one? Summer-Autumn 2006

SEE U NEXT TUESDAY - Albery Theatre. French farce of man saddled with an idiot visitor Autumn-Winter 2003-2004

A SERVANT TO TWO MASTERS - RSC-Young Vic co-production of Goldoni's 1746 romp of mistaken identities. Stratford Autumn 1999; London Spring 2000, Winter 2000-2001 and Summer 2001

THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH - Queen's Theatre. Daryl Hannah as a nervous middle-aged man's fantasy. Autumn 2000.

SEVEN YEAR TWITCH - Orange Tree Theatre. Confused people's lives comically confused further by confused therapists. Spring 2013

SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO - Comedy Theatre. Matthew Perry, Hank Azaria &Minnie Driver in early David Mamet comedy.Spring-summer 2003

SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE - Noel Coward Theatre. Stage version of hit film about backstage romance at the Globe. 2014-2015

THE SHAUGHRAUN - Albery Theatre. Dion Boucicault's cheer-the-hero-hiss-the-villain comedy melodrama. Summer 2005.

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER - Lyttelton Theatre. Goldsmith's classic, in rep with A Laughing Matter. Winter 2002-2003.

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER - Olivier Theatre. Goldsmith comedy of mistaken identities. 2012

SHEPPEY - Orange Tree Theatre. Somerset Maugham comedy of sweepstakes winner who wants to give it all away. Winter 2016-2017

SHOLOM ALEICHEM: NOW YOU'RE TALKING - King's Head. Saul Reichlin's solo show speaks of Tevya and others.Winter 2001-2002.

SHOOT THE CROW - Trafalgar Studio. Play about Irish workmen. Autumn 2005.

SIGN OF THE TIMES - Duchess Theatre. Sign installer faces unemployment. Spring 2011

SIMPLICITY - Orange Tree Theatre. 18th Century romantic comedy. Autumn 2003

SINGULAR WOMEN - King's Head Theatre. Lesley Joseph in quartet of comic monologues. Autumn 2003

A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS - Olivier Theatre.  Alan Ayckbourn comedy about the only honest man in a family. Summer 2014

SMASH! - Menier Chocolate Factory. Backstage comedy. Spring 2011

THE SOLDIERS' FORTUNE - Young Vic Theatre. Restoration comedy of intrigues and cuckolding. Spring 2007

THE SOLID GOLD CADILLAC - Garrick Theatre. Patricia Routledge in comedy of little old lady vs. Wall Street. Autumn - winter 2004

SOME GIRLS - Gielgud Theatre. David Schwimmer in romantic comedy. Summer 2005

SONGBIRDS LTD. - The Courtyard. Satire on a performers' agency run by performers. Jan/Feb -2002.

SOUTHWARK FAIR - Cottesloe Theatre. Comedy of life and love in south London. Spring 2006

THE SPOILS - Trafalgar Studios. Reappearance of an old girlfriend throws New Yorker for a loop. Summer 2016

STAR QUALITY - Apollo Theatre. Penelope Keith in lost Noel Coward comedy about power politics in the theatre. Winter 2001-2002.

STEPPING OUT - Union Theatre. Comedy set in amateur dancing class. Winter 2011

STEPPING OUT - Vaudeville Theatre. Comedy of dancing class. Spring 2017

STEPTOE AND SON - Comedy Theatre. Stage spin-off of classic British sitcom. Spring 2006

STEPTOE AND SON - Lyric Hammersmith. Kneehigh Theatre salute the iconic 1960s sitcom. Spring 2013

STONES IN HIS POCKETS - New Ambassadors Theatre. Cast of two created an entire village in this Irish comedy. Closed Spring 2004

STONES IN HIS POCKETS - Duchess Theatre. Return of Marie Jones's two-hander on a film set in Ireland.Autumn 2006

STONES IN HIS POCKETS - Tricycle Theatre. Two actors play everyone involved in making a movie in Ireland. Winter 2011-2012

STOP MESSING ABOUT - Leicester Square Theatre. Salute to 1970s radio series starring Kenneth Williams. Spring 2009

STORM IN A TEACUP - Park Theatre. Comic mime inspired by The Three Sisters. Spring 2014

THE STORY OF VASCO - Orange Tree Theatre. Anti-war comedy by Schehade, in a version by Ted Hughes. Spring 2009

STRAIGHT - Bush Theatre. Comedy of attempting a porn film. Winter 2012

STROKE OF LUCK - Park Theatre. Comedy of family's shock when father plans to remarry. February 2014

SUDDENLOSSOFDIGNITY.COM - Bush Theatre. Embarrassing moments.Summer 2009

THE SUICIDE - Lyttelton Theatre. Satire of people trying to exploit a man's unhappiness to their ends. 2016

THE SUNSHINE BOYS - Savoy Theatre. Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths in Neil Simon. Summer 2012. 

SYMPATHY PAINS - Park Theatre. Comedy of confused gender roles. Autumn 2013

TAKING STEPS - Orange Tree Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn farce set on three floors of a house. Spring 2010

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW - Queen's Theatre. The RSC's Stratford hit, in rep with The Tamer Tamed. Winter 2003-2004

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW- Old Vic Theatre. All-male Shakespeare, in rep with Twelfth Night. January-February 2007

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW- Novello Theatre. RSC, with Stephen Boxer and Michelle Gomez. February-March 2009

THE TAMER TAMED - Queen's Theatre. The RSC's rediscovery of Fletcher's 'sequel' to The Shrew, in rep with Shakespeare. Winter 2003-2004

TARTUFFE - Lyttelton Theatre. Lindsay Posner directs Martin Clunes in Moliere. Spring 2002.

THE TEMPEST - The Pit. Royal Shakespeare Company small-scale production Autumn 1999

THE TEMPEST - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. At the replica of Shakespeare's original theatre with Vanessa Redgrave as Prospero. Summer 2000

THE TEMPEST - Roundhouse. Michael Boyd's production with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Spring 2002.

THE TEMPEST - Old VicTheatre. Derek Jacobi was Prospero in touring production that played London in early 2003.

THE TEMPEST - Novello Theatre. RSC from Stratford, with Patrick Stewart. Spring 2007

THE TEMPEST - Old Vic Theatre. Shakespeare: magician's vengeance. Summer 2010

THE TEMPEST - Haymarket Theatre. Ralph Fiennes in Shakespeare. 2011

THE TEMPEST - Roundhouse. Royal Shakespeare Company. Spring 2012

THE TEMPEST - Donmar at King's Cross.  All-female production. Autumn 2016

THE TEMPEST - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company transfer from Stratford. Summer 2017

TERRIBLE ADVICE - Menier Chocolate Factory. Comedy of guys trying to figure out how to deal with women. Autumn 2011

THARK - Park Theatre.  Classic English farce. Autumn 2013

THEATRE OF BLOOD - Lyttelton Theatre. Staging of campy horror film. Spring-summer 2005

THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS - Criterion Theatre. Spoof of Buchan-Hitchcock thriller. 2016-2015

THREE DAYS IN THE COUNTRY - Lyttelton Theatre. Patrick Marber adapts Turgenev comedy-drama of love and infatuation. Summer-Autumn 2015

THUNDERBIRDS F.A.B. - Aldwych Theatre. Two-man salute to cult kids' TV show. Winter 2001-2002

TOM, DICK AND HARRY - Duke of York's Theatre. Ray Cooney farce. Autumn 2005.

TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD - Finborough Theatre. Shaw comedy of 20th century angst. September 2009

TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT - Menier Chocolate Factory. Quiet little man's life comically shaken up. Spring 2013

TRAVESTIES - Apollo Theatre. Tom Stoppard imagines Lenin, Joyce and Tzara lost in The Importance Of Being Earnest. Spring 2017

TREASURE - Finborough Theatre. Comedy of villagers who think one of them has suddenly become rich. Autumn 2015

TREATS - Garrick Theatre. Darkly comic drama of romantic triangle by Christopher Hampton. Spring 2007

TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS - Donmar Theatre. Pinero backstage romance. Spring 2013  

THE TRUTH - Menier Chocolate Factory and Wyndham's Theatre.  Comedy of multiple adulteries and lies. 2016

THE TRUTH TELLER - King's Head Theatre. Compulsive liar comically reformed. Spring 2012

TWELFTH NIGHT - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company: Zoe Waites as Viola, Guy Henry Malvolio. Winter 2001-2002

TWELFTH NIGHT - Albery Theatre. Shakespeare set in India. Autumn 2004.

TWELFTH NIGHT - Open Air Theatre. Shakespeare in the Park Summer 2005.

TWELFTH NIGHT - Novello Theatre. RSC transfer from Stratford. January 2006

TWELFTH NIGHT - Old Vic Theatre. All-male Shakespeare, in rep with Taming of the Shrew. January-February 2007

TWELFTH NIGHT - Tricycle Theatre. Filter Theatre in modern dress Shakespeare. Autumn 2008, Autumn 2010

TWELFTH NIGHT - Wyndham's Theatre. Shakespeare's girl-dressed-as-boy, with Victoria Hamilton and Derek Jacobi. Winter 2008-2009

TWELFTH NIGHT - Duke of York's Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company. Winter 2009-2010

TWELFTH NIGHT - National Theatre. Peter Hall directs Rebecca Hall. January-March 2011

TWELFTH NIGHT - Roundhouse. Royal Shakespeare Company. Spring 2012

TWELFTH NIGHT - Apollo Theatre. All-male Shakespeare. Winter 2012-2013

THE TWITS - Royal Court Theatre. Enda Walsh adapts Roald Dahl story. Spring 2015

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA - Open Air Theatre. Shakespeare in the Park, Summer 2003.

TWO INTO ONE - Menier Chocolate Factory. Ray Cooney farce about the difficult logistics of adultery. Spring 2014

THE UN INSPECTOR - Olivier Theatre. Updated adaptation of Gogol's satire of corrupt politicians. Summer-Autumn 2005

UNDER THE DOCTOR - Comedy Theatre. Anton Rodgers and Peter Davison in bedroom farce.Spring 2001

UNREACHABLE - Royal Court Theatre. Misadventures on a movie set. Summer 2016

UNSUSPECTING SUSAN - King's Head Theatre. Celia Imrie in one-woman comedy about a fading life in the Home Counties. Spring 2003

THE VEGEMITE TALES - Old Red Lion. Comedy of Aussie roommates in London. Spring 2003

THE VICTORIAN IN THE WALL - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Unexpected comic results of renovation project. Spring 2013

VOLPONE - The Pit, Barbican. Royal Shakespeare Company in Ben Jonson's satire of greed. Autumn 1999

THE WALLS - Cottesloe Theatre. Walls literally disappear to expose domestic comedy by Colin Teevan at the National. Spring 2001

WE HAPPY FEW - Gielgud Theatre. Juliet Stevenson in Imogen Stubbs comedy of actresses in the 1940s. Summer 2004

WELCOME HOME, CAPTAIN FOX! - Donmar Warehouse. Satire of high society when what may or may not be a long-lost son appears. Spring 2016

WELL- Apollo Theatre. Daughter tries to tell her mother's story, with interruptions. Winter 2008-2009

WET WEATHER COVER - King's Head Theatre, then Arts Theatre. Comedy of actors on film location. Spring 2010

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS - Finborough Theatre. Barrie comedy of the woman behind the man. Summer 2010

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW - Criterion Theatre. Joe Orton's farce of sex in a madhouse. Summer-Autumn 2005

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW - Vaudeville Theatre. Joe Orton farce of mad psychiatrists 2012

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY - Haymarket Theatre. Stage version of hit film about best friends who discover they're in love.2004

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED - Garrick Theatre. J.B. Priestley comedy: couples discover their marriages weren't legal. 2010-2011

WHIPPING IT UP - Political satire set in parliamentary whip's office. Bush Theatre Autumn 2006; Ambassadoirs Spring 2007

WHITE BAPTIST ABBA FAN - The Pit. Deborah Cheetham's story as an Aboriginal taken from her family to be raised by whites in Australia. Summer 2000

THE WHITE CARNATION - Finborough Theatre. Comic ghost story by R. C. Sherriff. December 2013

WILD HONEY - Hampstead Theatre. Michael Frayn adaptation of Chekhov comedy. Winter 2016-2017

THE WITCHES - Wyndham's Theatre. Staging of Roald Dahl story. Spring 2005

WITTENBERG - Gate Theatre. Luther, Faustus and Hamlet in comic conversations. Autumn 2011

A WOLF IN SNAKESKIN SHOES - Tricycle Theatre. Modern version of Moliere's Tartuffe. Autumn 2015

THE WOMAN HATER - Orange Tree Theatre. Rediscovered 18th-century comedy. Winter 2007-2008

WOMAN IN MIND - Vaudeville Theatre. Janie Dee in Ayckbourn portrait of fantasizing woman. Spring 2009

THE WOMAN WHO COOKED HER HUSBAND - New Ambassadors Theatre. Alison Steadman as a first wife meeting the second. Autumn 2002

WOMEN OF MANHATTAN - Old Red Lion Theatre. Friends help each other's love lives. Autumn 2009

THE WONDER OF SEX - Lyttelton Theatre. The mock-heroic National Theatre of Brent visits its sister institution. Winter 2001-2002

YELLOW FACE - National Theatre Shed. David Henry Hwang's wry look at race in America. Spring 2014

.YES PRIME MINISTER - Gielgud, Apollo, Trafalgar Theatres. Spinoff of political satire TV series.  Winter 2010, return Summer-Autumn 2011, return Summer-Winter 2012

YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU - Southwark Playhouse. Classic screwball comedy of super-eccentric family. Autumn 2007

YOU NEVER CAN TELL - Garrick Theatre. Peter Hall directs Edward Fox in rarely-done Shaw. Winter 2005-2006.

YOUNG MARX - Bridge Theatre. Comedy about the revolutionary . Autumn-Winter 2017

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