About Peter Forbes
Peter studied at the University of Edinburgh and trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. His previous work with the National Theatre of Scotland includes The James Plays (with National Theatre of Great Britain / Edinburgh International Festival in 2014) and Black Watch (at Edinburgh Festival Fringe and St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York). Other stage credits include Our Country’s Good, The Observer, Afterlife, Never So Good , Two Weeks With The Queen (National Theatre of Great Britain), How To Hold Your Breath (Royal Court, London), The Same Deep Water As Me (Donmar Warehouse), Singin’ In The Rain, Mamma Mia!, Henceforward… (London’s West End), Donkey’s Years (national tour), Way Upstream, A Small Family Business, A Word From Our Sponsor (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Educating Agnes (Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh). His film work includes Nativity 3, Wilde and Blue Ice. His television work includes Endeavour, Holby, The Promise, The First Men in the Moon, Doctors, Taggart, Eastenders, Bad Girls, The Bill, Berkeley Square, The Government Inspector, Walking on the Moon, The English Revolution, and Little Devil. Radio includes The Architects, Burns and the Bankers, Black Watch, Beryl du Jour and Raffles, and he is the narrator of several audiobooks, including Peter May’s bestselling Lewis Trilogy, China Thrillers, Entry Island and Runaway, and Ian Rankin’s Malcolm Fox novels The Complaints and The Impossible Dead.