Peter Collins

Peter’s theatre work includes Richard III (Perth Theatre), Oresteia: This Restless House (Citizens, Glasgow/National Theatre of Scotland/Edinburgh International Festival), Cinderella; Hansel and Gretel (both Citizens, Glasgow), The Story of the Little Gentleman; White; The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk (all Catherine Wheels), The Tin Forest (National Theatre of Scotland), Horizontal Collaboration (Fire Exit TC), Macbeth (Theatre Babel), Thebans (Theatre Babel), Medea (Theatre Babel), King Lear (Theatre Babel), Taming of the Shrew (Royal Exchange), First Cut (Red Cut), How the Other Half Loves (Bolton Octagon), Ticket To Write/Northern Exposure (Paines Plough), Much Ado About Nothing (Manchester Exchange), The Tempest (Compass Theatre Company), Crows, The Caucasian Chalk Circle (National Theatre), Julius Caesar (Theatre Babel), Temptations and Betrayals (Bristol New Vic Studio), Grimm Tales (Leicester Haymarket), Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet (Theatre Babel), Secrets Under The Skirt (Dog Theatre), Macbeth (National Youth Theatre), Julius Caesar, Maggie May (National Youth Theatre) and Marat/Sade by Peter Weiss (National Youth Theatre).

His film and TV include Outlander (Starz), The Secret Agent (World Productions), Eve (Leopard Productions/CBBC), Scot Squad (Comedy Unit/BBC), Grease Monkeys (BBC), Casualty (BBC), Mile High (Hewland International), Peak Practice (ITV), The Hunt (Carlton) and Always and Everyone (Granada).

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