Simon Darwen

18 Jun 2024

Theatre credits include: ‘Of Mice and Men’ (Birmingham Rep/Leeds Playhouse); ‘Beginning,’ ‘The Invincibles,’ ‘A Different Class’ (Queens Theatre Hornchurch); ‘Sirens’ (Mercury Theatre); ‘After Birth’ (North Wall); ‘Missing People’ (Leeds Playhouse/National Theatre Tokyo); ‘Skellig’ (Nottingham Playhouse); ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ (Jamie Hendry Productions/NESC/International Tour); ‘The Here and This and Now’ (Plymouth Drum/Southwark Playhouse); ‘The Pitmen Painters’ (New Vic); ‘Our Country’s Good’ (Out of Joint); ‘Lizzie Siddal’ (Arcola); ‘The Armour/Hotel Plays’ (Defibrilator); ‘Flare Path’ (National Tour); ‘Catch 22’ (Northern Stage); ‘Virgin’ (Watford Palace); ‘King Lear’ (Theatre Royal Bath); ‘Mad About The Boy’ (Young Vic/Bush Theatre); ‘SourLips’ (Oval House); ‘The Fifth Column,’ ‘The Taming of the Shrew,’ ‘What the Women Did’ (Southwark Playhouse); ‘Love Love Love’ (Original Cast) (Paines Plough); ‘Unrestless’ (Old Vic Tunnels); ‘Accolade’ (Original Revival Cast) (Finborough Theatre); ‘Ramshackle Heart’ (Public Theatre New York); ‘Arse, Shove’ (Theatre 503); ‘Mad Forest,’ ‘The Wonder’ (BAC); ‘The Merchant of Venice,’ ‘The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes,’ ‘The Taming of the Shrew,’ ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (RSC); ‘Fanny & Faggot’ (Trafalgar Studios); ‘Nikolina,’ ‘Bedtime for Bastards’ (nabokov).

Television credits include: ‘Top Boy,’ ‘Years and Years,’ ‘Britannia,’ ‘Call the Midwife,’ ‘Silent Witness,’ ‘The Bletchley Circle,’ ‘The Bill.’

Film credit: ‘The Great Escaper’ (released 2023).

Simon has also recorded numerous audiobooks and radio plays