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To Michael Cronin
with love
and so much thanks

TIM FRANCES WELCOME

Hello and a warm welcome to my site. You'll find all my professional details here including my Showreel, comprehensive CV and an extensive collection of production photos, with news updated regularly. I hope you will enjoy your browse.

I have new representation - Charlie Metcalf at MacFarlane Chard Associates
Voice tracks added to my Showreels page and I've a new professional Facebook page here - please "Like"

Highlights include - West End: Breakfast at Tiffany's with Pixie Lott & Nikolai Foster, The 39 Steps, A Man for All Seasons with Martin Shaw, An Inspector Calls for Stephen Daldry ... At the National Theatre, Howard Brenton's Never So Good with Jeremy Irons & Howard Davies, and Marat/Sade with Corin Redgrave ... At Chichester Festival, Sweet Bird of Youth for Jonathan Kent and The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists for Christopher Morahan ... King Lear at West Yorkshire Playhouse playing Kent ("brooding menace and energy" The Independent) to Tim Pigott-Smith's Lear ... For Shakespeare's Globe & English Touring Theatre with Howard Brenton & John Dove, Anne Boleyn (Best Touring Production 2012 TMA Awards) and Eternal love (In Extremis) ... Adolf Hitler in 1936 at Sadlers Wells ("Tim Frances' Hitler is fascinating" Time Out) ... A Government Inspector with Northern Broadsides ("creeping malevolence" The Independent, "a wonderful, assured performance" British Theatre Guide) ... The Sound of Music at the Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, directed by Rachel Kavanaugh (Best Musical Revival at the What'sOnStage Awards & nominated at the Oliviers) ... Twice filming with David Walliams in Gangsta Granny and Big School for the BBC. directed by BAFTA-winner Matt Lipsey ... Scrooge in A Christmas Carol for Guy Retallack at the new Bridge House Theatre in London ... Leads various in several Read Not Dead performances at Shakespeare's Globe ... Also recently, Lady Anna: All At Sea at The Park Theatre ("a tour de force performance" theartsdesk,com), and The Magna Carta Plays at Salisbury Playhouse ("the best performance comes from Tim Frances" Michael Billington). Plus reading in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey for Anthony Trollope's 200th birthday.

 

Spring 2017: Sweet Bird of Youth at Chichester Festival Theatre directed by Jonathan Kent

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Photo by Alex Winn 2015
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Last updated June 2017
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