Stars of stage and screen appear at the Actors Church in Covent Garden on 10th December, in aid of The Royal Theatrical Fund.
Songs written during the golden age of songwriting from 1920’s and the music of Charlie Chaplin combine to make a charming evening of hidden classics. These songwriters were at the beginning of their careers and they went on to become some of the most famous songwriters of their generation.
Indecent finished its run at the Menier on Saturday 27th November. The Guardian… ‘Structurally, Indecent is a play within a play within a play, positing that we are watching performances across many years by a Yiddish theatre company of a production about the life, despite numerous death threats, of God of Vengeance. With spectacular dexterity…
It’s an explosive, inventive play about the radioactive murder of ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006. It follows his and his wife Marina’s journey from Moscow to London, via a police investigation and the plot by his assassins, all the way to the A&E department of a North London hospital as doctors try to solve their mystery patient’s illness.
Peter played Sancho Panza alongside Kelsey Grammer, who played Don Quixote in The English National Opera’s production of Man Of La Mancha.
Peter attended the Olivier Awards after receiving a nomination in the best supporting actor in a play category, for his portrayal of Ahmed Qurie in Oslo. The award went to Bertie Carvel for his performance in Ink by James Graham. Peter was the recipient of this years Clarence Derwent Award at a ceremony in London’t West…
Working finished its run at The Southwark Playhouse on 8th July. It received three Off West End nominations and was a critical and popular success. The London cast recorded an album of the show and it’s available here.
City Of Angels finished its run at The Donmar Warehouse on February 7th 2015. It picked up two Olivier Awards.
Peter stars in a new British film called Blue Iguana