Simon Scardifield


Theatre includes The Cherry Orchard and The Lower Depths (Arcola); Citizen Pupper (Blind Summit, Winner of a Fringe First, Edinburgh Festival); The White Devil, Goodnight Children Everywhere, The Tempest, Twelfth Night (RSC); The Spanish Golden Age Season (Belgrade, Coventry/Theatre Royal Bath/Arcola); Sons Without Fathers (Belgrade, Coventry/Arcola); The Double (Theatre Royal Bath, nominated for a UK Theatre Award for Best Performance); The Real Thing (ETT/West Yorkshire Playhouse); Fewer Emergencies (The Print Room); Chekhov in Hell (Soho); 1984 (Blind Summit/BAC); The Cherry Orchard (Chichester); The Lady from the Sea (Birmingham Rep); The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night (Propeller/Old Vic/international tour); The Winter’s Tale (Propeller/Watermill/UK and international tours); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Propeller/Watermill/West End/BAM, New York); A Passage to India (Shared Experience); Paradise Lost (Bristol Old Vic); The Duchess of Malfi (New Vic, Stoke); Rose Rage (Propeller/Watermill/Haymarket); The Cherry Orchard (ETT); An Inspector Calls (National Theatre).

TV includes Endeavour, What Remains, Twenty Twelve, Kingdom, Minder, The Bill, Doctors, Broken News, Time Gentleman Please, Casualty, Ever After, Monsignor Renard, Soldier Soldier and The Perfect Blue.

Films include High Heels and Low Lifes.

Writing: Danton’s Death, Agamemnon (BBC Radio 3); Darkness at Noon and Ubykh (BBC Radio 4).

He is also written translations for the Royal Court and The Old Vic.

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