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Joe Alessi


In London’s West End: The Postman Always Rings Twice (also for West Yorkshire Playhouse).

Other productions include: Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar and The Tempest for the RSC; They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay! at Mercury, Colchester; The Wicker Husband at the Watermill; Moonlight and Magnolias at Nottingham Playhouse; Road, Europe, A Christmas Carol and Around the World in 80 Days at Leeds Playhouse; Fatherland for Frantic Assembly at the Lyric, Hammersmith and the Royal Exchange as part of Manchester International Festival; The Lorax at the Old Vic and Royal Alexander, Toronto; The Plague at the Arcola; Cinderella at Oxford Playhouse; Adding Machine at Finborough; Monster Raving Loony at Soho Theatre and Plymouth; The One That Got Away at Bath Ustinov; The Hook (also at Liverpool Everyman) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Royal & Derngate, Northampton; The Wind in the Willows, Jerusalem and Privates on Parade (also at Birmingham Rep) at West Yorkshire Playhouse; The Second Mrs Tanqueray for English Touring Theatre; Wonderful Town for the Royal Exchange and Lowry, Manchester and on UK tour; Tartuffe at Liverpool Playhouse, the Rose, Kingston and on UK tour for English Touring Theatre; Absurd Person Singular at Curve, Leicester; Assassins at Union; Brief Encounter for Kneehigh, on UK, US and Australia tour and at St Ann’s Warehouse, NY; Dick Whittington at Salisbury Playhouse; A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Regent’s Park; The Play What I Wrote on UK tour; Romeo and Juliet at Liverpool Playhouse; The Accrington Pals and The Front Page at Chichester; The Taming of the Shrew and Animal Crackers (also Barbican and the Lyric, Hammersmith) at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; Light for Complicité; The Colour of Justice at Tricycle; and The Drowsy Chaperone at the Novello.


EastEnders, Coronation Street, I Live with Models, Mummy’s Boys, Mr Selfridge, God on Trial, Holby City, In a Land of Plenty, Wing and a Prayer, Spywatch, 99-1 and Kavanagh QC.


Bigfoot Je t’Aime, The Other Woman, Family Business, Bridget Jones’ Diary, London Kills Me and Chaplin.


The Nazis: Rise to Power and Nazis: The Road to Power. 


(Published June 2023. Photograph by Rocco Redondo)