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David Ricardo-Pearce photo portrait

David Ricardo-Pearce

For the National:


In London’s West End: Sweeney Todd (also for New Ambassadors and at the Watermill) and Saturday Night.

Other productions include: The Lorax at the Old Vic; We Started to Sing at the Arcola; The Famous Five at Chichester and Theatr Clywd; A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Barbican and on international tour; Crossing Jerusalem at Park Theatre; The Big Fellah at the Lyric, Hammersmith and Gaiety, Dublin; Kiss Me, Kate at the Watermill; title roles in Hamlet, Alfie (also at the Stephen Joseph), The Last Yankee and Romeo and Juliet at Bolton Octagon; A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Handspring at Bristol Old Vic; Middlemarch and De Monfort at the Orange Tree; The Sacred Flame for English Touring Theatre; The Rover at Hampton Court Palace; Anyone Can Whistle at Jermyn St; Annie Get Your Gun at the Young Vic; Privates on Parade at West Yorkshire Playhouse; The Car Cemetery at the Gate; A Model Girl at Greenwich Playhouse; Two Cities at Salisbury Playhouse; Inglorious Technicolour at the Stephen Joseph; and Tom’s Midnight Garden at the Unicorn.


Traitors, Jerusalem, Trauma, The Spa, EastEnders, Outnumbered, Extras, Border Crossing and Doctor Who. 


Stop Dead and the short films The Everlasting Club, Ma’am and The Ivory Wife.


(Published April 2023. Photograph courtesy of David Ricardo-Pearce)