Dominic Tighe

Dominic Tighe trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama

For the National: The Threepenny Opera

For the RSC: The Taming of the Shrew

In London's West End: Sunny Afternoon

Other work in theatre includes: Twelfth Night, Charley's Aunt, Aspects of Love, Richard III, The Comedy of Errors, The Fairy Queen, Barefoot in the Park, The Art of Concealment, Hot Mikado, The Importance of Being Earnest, Orvin, Arden of Faversham

The Comic Strip Presents... Red Top, The Honourable Woman, Call the Midwife, Hollyoaks Later, Live Forever, Dr Labotomy, CIA Brainwashing, Penned and Pledged, Hotel Babylon, Footballers' Wives

Nothing and Everywhere, The Donor, Remember

Friday Night is Music Night, Loose Ends, Kit and the Widow's Cocktails

The Taming of the Shrew – Ian Charleson Commendation

Dominic Tighe won a Classic BRIT Award in 2008 for his debut album, Blake