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Alan Williams

Alan Williams


Alan Williams trained with the Hull Truck Theatre.


For the National Theatre: Till the Stars Come Down, Faith, Hope and Charity (for A Zeldin Company), As You Like It, Here We Go, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour and War Horse (also West End)

In London’s West End: Jerusalem and The Birthday Party

Other theatre includes: Dr Semmelweis at Bristol Old Vic and in the West End; Three Sisters, Mary Stuart and The Jew of Malta at the Almeida; Gundog, Mint, The President Has Come to See You, Talk Show, Stoning Mary, Lucy Dog, Black Milk, Terrorism, Under the Whaleback, Crave (for Paines Plough) and Local at the Royal Court; The Crucible at West Yorkshire Playhouse; A Thousand Stars Explode in the Sky at the Lyric, Hammersmith; A Number at the Peacock, Dublin; Comfort Me with Apples at Hampstead; The Scarlet Letter and The Sea at Chichester; Twelfth Night for English Touring Theatre; The Inland Sea for Oxford Stage Company; The Rib Cage for the Royal Exchange, Manchester; Kiss the Sky at the Bush; and numerous plays at the Hull Truck, Liverpool Playhouse and the Tarragon, Toronto


Beyond Paradise, Without Sin, Inside Man, The Long Call, Grantchester, Cold Feet, Chernobyl, Father Brown, The Crown, Casualty, Holby City, Rome, Elizabeth The Virgin Queen and Coronation Street


Peterloo, Daughters of the Country and London Boulevard


Adrift, Black Dirt, Hard Times, Out Kath and Five Letters Home to Elizabeth


(Published January 2024.)