Jamie Glover has performed in many of the UK’s most prestigious regional theatres. He has repeatedly worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, on The Island Princess...Read More
Jamie Glover has performed in many of the UK’s most prestigious regional theatres, including Norwich Playhouse Theatre in its production of Hamlet (1996), Newbury’s Watermill Theatre in Henry V (1997, directed by Propeller and Hampstead Theatre’s Artistic Director, Edward Hall), Sheffield Crucible Theatre in The Shawl and The Man Who Had All The Luck (2001) and Manchester Royal Exchange in Come Blow Your Horn (2005). He has repeatedly worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, on The Island Princess and All’s Well That Ends Well (both directed by Greg Doran, in 2002 and 2003 respectively), and in Anthony Clarke’s Edward III (2002). His London appearances are numerous, with parts in Richard Eyre’s The Novice at The Almeida Theatre in 2000, under Michael Grandage’s direction at the Donmar Warehouse in The Chalk Garden (2008), in Antigone at the Southwark Playhouse (2011), and in Lindsay Posner’s production of Noises Off, which performed at The Old Vic in 2012 and transferred to the Novello Theatre that same year.Read Less
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