Monday, April 24, 2017
Theatre

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David Tennant has spent a lifetime in theatre and has a wide and varied background in all type of roles. He has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company and had many leading roles including his acclaimed Hamlet in 2009. He started his professional career with 7:84 in 1991 and continued onto other plays in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Bath, Manchester and London. We have listed his theatre work below.

However, if you are interested in David Tennant’s theatre work we suggest that you visit The Play’s The Thing – A Dedicated David Tennant Theatre Site. This is, by far, the best site for finding out about David Tennant’s extensive career in the theatre.

  • Don Juan in Soho (2017)
  • Richard II – Character: King Richard II (2013/4)
  • Much Ado About Nothing – Character: Benedick (2011)
  • Celebrity Autobiography – Character: Various (2010)
  • Love’s Labour’s Lost – Character: Berowne (2008)
  • Hamlet – Character: Hamlet (2008)
  • Look Back in Anger – Character: Jimmy Porter (2005/6)     
  • The Fleer – Character: Lord Piso (2004)
  • London Concert for Peace – Character: Performer ‘Nevertheless’ (2003)
  • The Pillowman – Character: Katurian (2003)
  • Lobby Hero – Character: Jeff (2002)
  • Push-Up – Character: Robert (2002)
  • Medea – Character: Bodyguard (2001)
  • Comedians – Character: Gethin Price (2001)
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Character: Lysander and Flute. (2001)
  • Laughter in the Dark[90] – Character: Dawid Tenemann (2000)
  • Romeo and Juliet – Character: Romeo (2000)
  • The Rivals – Character: Jack (2000)
  • The Comedy of Errors – Character: Antipholus of Syracuse (2000)
  • King Lear – Character: Edgar (1999)
  • Edward III – Character: Edward, the Black Prince (1999)
  • Vassa – Scenes from Family Life – Character: Pavel (1999)
  • For One Night Only[89] – Character: Performer (1998)
  • Black Comedy – Character: Brinsley Miller  (1998)
  • The Real Inspector Hound – Character: Moon (1998)
  • Blue, a monologue written by Derek Jarman (1997)
  • Tamagotchi Heaven – Character: Boyfriend (1997)
  • Hurly Burly – Character: Mickey (1997)
  • The Herbal Bed – Character: Jack Lane  (1996)
  • The General From America – Character: Hamilton (1996)
  • As You Like It – Character: Touchstone (1996)
  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf – Character: Nick (1996)
  • The Glass Menagerie – Character: Tom (1996)
  • An Experienced Woman Gives Advice – Character: Kenny (1995)
  • What the Butler Saw – Character: Nick (1995)
  • The Slab Boys Trilogy – Character: Alan (1994)
  • Long Day’s Journey Into Night – Character: Edmund (1994)
  • The Princess and the Goblin – Character: Curdie (1993)
  • Antigone – Character: Haemon (1993)
  • Merlin – Character: Arthur (1992/3)
  • Tartuffe – Character: Valere (1992)
  • Hay Fever – Character: Simon (1992)
  • Scotland Matters (1992)
  • Jump the Life to Come[85] (1992)
  • Shinda the Magic Ape (1991/2)
  • The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (1991)
  • Mozart from A to Z – Character: Mozart (1991)
  • Twelve Angry Men (1990)
  • The Matchgirls (1990)
  • The Ghost of Benjy O’Neil – Character: The Ghost (1989)