Geoffrey Beevers Biography

 
Bio:
Theatre includes: The Heresy of Love, Measure for Measure, A Servant To Two Masters, Pericles, Henry VIII, Comedy of Errors, The Time Of Your Life, Red Star, Mother Courage and The Devils (RSC), The U.N. Inspector, Playing with Fire and The Winter’s Tale (National Theatre), The Audience (West ... (read more)
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Bio:
Theatre includes: The Heresy of Love, Measure for Measure, A Servant To Two Masters, Pericles, Henry VIII, Comedy of Errors, The Time Of Your Life, Red Star, Mother Courage and The Devils (RSC), The U.N. Inspector, Playing with Fire and The Winter’s Tale (National Theatre), The Audience (West ... (read more)

Theatre includes: The Heresy of Love, Measure for Measure, A Servant To Two Masters, Pericles, Henry VIII, Comedy of Errors, The Time Of Your Life, Red Star, Mother Courage and The Devils (RSC), The U.N. Inspector, Playing with Fire and The Winter’s Tale (National Theatre), The Audience (West End), War and Peace and Passage to India (Shared Experience), Hamlet and The Antipodes (Shakespeare’s Globe), Twelfth Night (English Touring Theatre), Hamlet, Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and King Lear (USA), Leaving, The Skin Game, Dr Knock, Uncle Vanya, Largo Desolato and King Lear (Orange Tree), 2nd May 1997 (Bush), Romeo and Juliet and The Crucible (The Young Vic), The Robbers (The Gate), The Tower (Almeida), A bequest to the Nation, Dandy Dick and Eurydice (West End).



Televisionincludes: The Tudors, The Genius of Mozart, Goodnight Mr Tom, The South Bank Show on Hardy, Silent Witness, Inspector Morse, Sherlock Holmes, Taggart, Poirot, Holby City, Casualty, The Bill, Doctors, Prime Suspect, Yes Prime Minister, Red Dwarf, Measure For Measure, A Time To Dance, Dr Who, A Very Peculiar Practice, A Very British Coup and Jewel in the Crown.



Film includes: The Clash of Titans, Miss Potter, The Kid, The Edge of Love, The Woodlanders, The Curse of the Pink Panther and Victor/Victoria.



Geoffrey also writes and directs. His adaptation of “Middlemarch” was recently staged at the Orange Tree Theatre.