Composer (theatre): When We Are Married (Garrick Theatre, Olivier Award nomination for Best Revival); The Madness of George III (Apollo); Hay Fever (Minneapolis); The History Boys (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Tempest and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Pitlochry); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ipswich); Torch Song Trilogy (Chester); national tours of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, Single Spies, The Lady in the Van. Composer (BBC Radio): The Pickwick Papers, Barnaby Rudge, The Old Curiosity Shop, Time and the Conways, Tom & Viv, The Schoolmistress, The Carlingford Chronicles, Still Life, The Rivals, The Country Wife.
Malcolm has written the book, music and lyrics for three new musicals: The Good Companions (Bristol Old Vic); Hard Times and The Wild Party (Tobacco Factory).
As a scriptwriter, Malcolm’s credits for BBC Radio include adaptations of Tonight at 8.30, Five Children and It, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, The Comedy of Errors, The Wild Party, Oh What a Lovely War, and Grand Hotel.
Director: Noël and Gertie (Ipswich); Tomfoolery (Pitlochry); Mixed Doubles (Chester). Writer/Director: The Shakespeare Revue (RSC/West End/off-Broadway); Masterpieces (Birmingham Rep); An Actor’s Life for Me! and Crackers and Spice (Bristol Old Vic); A Marvellous Party (Highgrove and St James’s Palace, for HRH The Prince of Wales); The Masque of Summer (Palazzo Corsini, Florence); The Best Will in the World (Shakespeare’s Globe); Opera à la Carte (Hampton Court Palace); Showstoppers! (ExCeL Arena); The Kit-Kat Club (Bloomsbury, Event Magazine Award: Entertainment of the Year).
Malcolm has played Graham Ryder in The Archers since 1996.