- Cymbeline (Arviragus), directed by Declan Donnellan (Cheek by Jowl World Tour)
- Hitting Town - Ralph, a play by Stephen Poliakoff, directed by Gemma Kerr (Southwark Playhouse, London, March 2006)
- Never The Sinner - Court Clerk (Arts Theatre)
- Othello - Iago (Leeds University)
- Marat Sade - Marquis de Sade (Leeds University)
- The Ragged Child - The Teacher
- Macbeth at the RSC-Mentieth, and Macduff's understudy
- Merchant of Venice at the RSC- Lorenzo
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