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[West End]
West End Transfer, 2018
Group Captain James Stagg

[West End]
The Old Vic Theatre Revival, 2017

[West End]
West End Revival Production, 2016
Nathan Detroit

[West End]
George III

[West End]
Original London Production, 2004
George Banks

Original Broadway Production, 1998
Yvan [Replacement]



David Haig Movies

[1983]A Flame to the Phoenix Mirek Grabinski

[1984]Dark Enemy Ash

[1985]Morons from Outer Space Palatial House Flunkey

[1994]Four Weddings and a Funeral Bernard the Groom - Wedding Two

[1995]The Four Corners of Nowhere Nick

[2002]Rachel's Attic Adam

[2002]Two Weeks Notice Howard Wade

[2016]Florence Foster Jenkins Carlo Edwards

[2017]National Theatre Live: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead The Player

[2019]Downton Abbey Mr Wilson

David Haig TV Shows

Cobra Archie Glover-Morgan

Keeping Mum Richard Beare

Killing Eve Bill Pargrave, Bill

The Thin Blue Line D.I. Derek Grim

David Haig Awards and Nominations

Olivier Awards - 2012 - Best Actor

David Haig, The Madness Of George III

Olivier Awards - 2007 - Best Actor

David HaigDonkeys' Years

David Haig News

Martin Freeman, Dermot O'Leary, Matt Lucas and More Set For WHODUNNIT [UNREHEARSED] 3

Park Theatre has announced the remaining celebrity guests taking part in the popular murder mystery fundraising spoof Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] 3. Learn more about the lineup here!

SUN BEAR Comes to Park Theatre in April

Sun Bear comes to Park Theatre in April. Written and performed by Sarah Richardson, performances run 2 – 13 April.

ZAVA Productions and Lorenzo Mannelli and Park Theatre Present HIDE AND SEEK

Hide and Seek is a drama about a teenage boy who disappears to a secluded cave to escape social discrimination and bullying in a small Italian town. It transfers to Park Theatre following its UK premiere at VAULT Festival last year.

Park Theatre Launches Comedy Programme, PARK LAUGHS

Park Theatre has announced a new series of stand up and comedy shows in both Park200 and the intimate Park90 space. Learn more about the lineup here!

Cast Set For MINORITY REPORT at Nottingham Playhouse

Nottingham Playhouse has announced the cast for the world premiere stage adaptation of Philip K. Dick's MINORITY REPORT. Learn more about who is starring in the show here!

WHODUNNIT [UNREHEARSED], THE FORSYTE SAGA, and More Come to the Park Theatre in 2024

Park Theatre has announced a plethora of new shows for 2024, including the third installment of their hugely popular Whodunnit [Unrehearsed] series and a two-part adaptation of The Forsyte Saga. 

FANGIRLS, MINORITY REPORT, and More Set For Lyric Hammersmith's Spring/Summer 2024 Season

The Lyric Hammersmith Theatre has announced its Spring/Summer 2024 Season, opening April 2024 with Minority Report. Learn more about the full season and how to get tickets here!

MINORITY REPORT Will Embark on World Premiere UK Tour Next Spring

The World Premiere stage adaptation of Minority Report will be presented next spring on UK tour. Find out how to catch the show in a city near you here!

THE NAG'S HEAD Comes to Park90 in October

The Nag's Head comes to Park90 in October. Learn more about the production and how to get tickets here!

SORRY WE DIDN'T DIE AT SEA Comes to the Park Theatre in September

A first translation of Italian playwright Emanuele Aldrovandi’s satirical, absurdist play darkly refracts Europe’s migration crisis. In a not-too-distant future, the continent's economies have collapsed, and three travellers find that the tables have turned as they are forced to flee the very countries which had once closed their borders to migrants.

CANDY Comes to the Park Theatre in August

Opening up conversations about crisis of identity and exploring sexuality in a world consumed by toxic masculinity, Tim Fraser’s debut play sees a single Northern man fall in love with a beautiful singer… who just so happens to be his best friend in drag. 

THE TIME MACHINE, KIM'S CONVENIENCE and More Set For Park Theatre's Autumn/Winter Season

Park Theatre have announced the new shows in their 2023 Autumn/Winter season which will explore a range of themes from cultural heritage to toxic masculinity as well as a variety of uplifting and comic work.

BONES Comes to the Park Theatre Next Month

Bones brings together the worlds of rugby and theatre to tackle the stigma surrounding mental health, toxic masculinity and gender stereotypes. Through the story of a rugby player on the brink of a professional career, but struggling in a way he can’t seem to fix, the show examines the toll pressure can take on mental health and questions why it isn’t treated with the same concern as a physical injury, when the effects can be just as serious.

Whole Hog Theatre In Association With Park Theatre Presents THE GARDEN OF WORDS World Premiere

The Garden of Words is an adaptation of the stereotype-defying Anime and novel by world-renowned Japanese filmmaker, Makoto Shinkai. The stage adaptation will have its world premiere at Park Theatre 10 August – 9 September, and the show's November run in Tokyo.

PAPER CUT Comes To The Park Theatre in June

A queer love story that looks at how a man's identity is affected by injury, and by fighting for a country that doesn't fully accept you, Paper Cut is a tender and funny new play by American writer Andrew Rosendorf.

BONES, THE INTERVIEW, and More Set For Park Theatre's Summer/Autumn Season

As it starts its 10th anniversary celebrations, Park Theatre has announced its Summer / Autumn season. The season that takes audiences from mental health in sport to life choices that are app controlled, from a dystopian Europe to an Icelandic avalanche in a comedy by Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer, and from theatre based on Anime to an exploration of that Princess Diana interview.

LEAVING VIETNAM Comes to the Park Theatre

In Richard Vergette's one-man play, war veteran Jimmy Vandenberg feels ignored and alienated by the country he has faithfully served, and finds a home for his simmering resentment in Trump's slogan 'Make America Great Again'. In the wake of Trump and Brexit, Leaving Vietnam explores how the disillusioned and overlooked are attracted to the politics of populism.

Review: PRESSURE at Royal Alexandra Theatre

What did our critic think of PRESSURE at Royal Alexandra Theatre? Mirvish Productions presents Pressure playing at the Royal Alexandra Theatre until March 5 2023. Fitting to the name, this performance is a pressurized exploration into the days leading up to D-Day in June, 1944. General Dwight Eisenhower (exquisitely played by Malcolm Sinclair) led the Allied Forces on a carefully calculated attack on Nazi-occupied France. With 350 000 lives at stake, the one unpredictable wild card was the often unforgiving weather. The man tasked with delivering the most crucial weather forecast in history fell on Scottish meteorologist James Stagg (Kevin Doyle).

Photos & Video: First Look at Kevin Doyle & More in the North American Premiere of PRESSURE

Get a first look at photos and video of The North American premiere of Pressure at the Royal Alexandra Theatre!

New Spring 2023 Productions Announced at the Park Theatre; THE SHAPE OF THINGS, LEAVING VIETNAM, and More!

Park Theatre have announced new shows in their Spring 2023 season, ranging from new productions about cancel culture and PTSD to revivals of classic plays by experimental writers Philip Ridley and Neil LaBute.


David Haig has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

David Haig has appeared on London's West End in 5 shows.

David Haig's first West End show was Mary Poppins which opened in 2004

David Haig has been nominated for several prestigious awards throughout his career. He has received nominations for Best Actor in a Musical at the Olivier Awards for his performances in "Guys And Dolls." Additionally, he has been nominated for Best Actor for his role in "The Madness Of George III" and "Donkeys' Years." Haig has also received a nomination for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his work in "Mary Poppins." Furthermore, he was nominated for Actor of the Year in a New Play at the Olivier Awards for his performance in "Our Country's Good."

David Haig has won the Actor of the Year in a New Play award at the Olivier Awards for his performance in "Our Country's Good".

David Haig has written 1 shows including Pressure (Author).

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