RICHARD GIBSON

Actor

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Gaev in The Cherry Orchard (2018) 

with Hugo Nicholson, Lucy Menzies, Christopher Laishley, Suanne Braun, 

Lakesha Cammock, Emma Manton, Caroline Wildi and Molly Crookes

Union Theatre, London

Baron Hardup in Cinderella (2017)

Lighthouse Theatre, Poole

Gonzalo in The Tempest (2017)

with James Lawrence and Morgan Philpott

Stafford Shakespeare Festival

Ugly Sister Dyspepsia in Cinderella (2016)

with Julian Eardley and Rosanna Miles

Theatre Royal, Winchester

Dad in Unold Stories (2016)

With Lucy Tregear and Roger Ringrose

Watermill Theatre

Geoffrey in Stepping Out  (2016)

The Mill at Sonning

Denis Thwaites in Toast of London (2014)

with Adrian Lukis and Matt Berry

Channel 4

Lord Paul in Free as Air (2014)

Finborough Theatre, London

Professor Smith in Blue/Orange (2013)

with Itoya Osagiede

Contexture Theatre Company

The Sherriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood (1989)

with Cannon and Ball

Palace Theatre, Manchester

Widow Twankey in Aladdin (1995)

With son Billy 

Guildford Civic Hall

Major Lawrence in The Key to Rebecca (1982) with David Hemmings (Director), Bruce McGuire and David Soul

Taft Television

Kenneth in French Without Tears (1982)

Greenwich Theatre

Peter in The Gate of Eden (1979)

Yorkshire Television

Colin in Park Ranger (1978)

with Norman Bowler

Southern Television

Moth in Love’s Labour’s Lost (1977)

Bristol Old Vic

Marcus Maudsley in The Go-Between (1971)

EMI Films

Apollo in Tom Brown’s Schooldays (1971)

with Anthony Murphy and Simon Turner 

BBC1

Uncle Geoffrey in Salad Days (2010)

with Mark Jackson and Simon McCoy

Southwold Theatre

Ralph Rover in The Coral Island (1982) 

with Gerard Kennedy and Peter Collingwood

ABC Australia/Thames TV

Edward Beverley in The Children of the New Forest (1977) – with Barry Letts (Director) 

BBC1

Nightclub Owner in Salad Days (2010)

Southwold Theatre

Herr Flick in ’Allo! ’Allo!  (1989) 

BBC1

Edwardian Music Hall (1977)

with Henry Moxon, Jeffery Kissoon, Lynn Clayton, Richenda Carey, Freddie Lees and Jenny Galloway

Bristol Old Vic