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Graham began acting and directing at The Bloomsbury Theatre at University College London. Appearances for Bawds include JANE EYRE (St John Rivers and Lord Ingham), JOKING APART (Hugh), CELEBRATION (Richard), UNDER MILK WOOD (Butcher Beynon, Organ Morgan and others), NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (pictured right as Newman Noggs), THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP (Ensemble), THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (Rowley) and CRANFORD AT CHRISTMAS (Peter Jenkyns).

Appearances in new community plays include THE NARROW ESCAPE, the story of the wartime munitions explosion in Soham, FEN FEVER (Cherhill Haynes), and THE CHESTNUT BOX, a Millennium project in East Cambs.

Other roles include CHARLEY’S AUNT (Fancourt-Babberley), OUTSIDE EDGE (Little Kev), ROUND AND ROUND THE GARDEN (Norman), BLACK COMEDY (Harold), WITNESS (Possessed Man) and FROM GHOSTS TO GURUS (Mercutio / Old Stager / George / Old David).

Plays directed include A SLIGHT ACHE, OH, WHAT A LOVELY WAR!, SCHWEYK IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, THE CHALK GARDEN and OUTSIDE EDGE.

Set designs include THE WIZARD OF OZ (The Abbey Theatre, St Albans) and THE RELAPSE (The Howard Theatre, Cambridge). Graham wrote several short plays in the 1990s for Bikeshed Youth Theatre, Bottisham, and one for The Bottisham Players.

 

 

 

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