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Philip d’Orléans


Philip d’Orléans

Fight Director

For the New Vic: Treasure Island, Dial M For Murder, Much Ado About Nothing, Cyrano and Hamlet (co-productions with Northern Broadsides); Kiss Me Quickstep, Robin Hood and Marian, Gaslight, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, The Ladykillers, Far From The Madding Crowd, The Rivals, Bleak House, Humble Boy.

Philip is an Equity Registered Fight Director, and a fight examiner for the BASSC.  He teaches at RADA and Drama Studio London.

Other theatre includes: Agreed (Glyndebourne); Simon Boccanegra (Greek National Opera); Merry Wives Of Windsor, King Lear (Shakespeare’s Globe); Andrea Chenier, Simon Boccanegra (Royal Opera House); Lion In Winter, Jekyll & Hyde (Frankfurt English Theatre); Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); The Outsider (Print Room); Romeo & Juliette (Korea National Opera); Titus Andronicus (RSC/Barbican); They Don’t Pay, We Won’t Pay, Brighton Rock (Theatre Royal York); The Kite Runner  (Wyndham’s Theatre); Cabaret (National Tour); Alzira, Macbeth 1847 (Buxton Opera Festival); Robin Hood, Kindertransport, Our Country’s Good (Nottingham Playhouse); King Lear (Northern Broadsides); Treasure Island, Robin Hood (Duke’s Theatre); Great Expectations (National Tour); The Ladykillers (Hull Truck Theatre); Grapes of Wrath, Dedication (Nuffield Southampton); Corpse, Hamlet (Vienna English Theatre); Fox On The Fairway (Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch); Faustus (Creation Theatre Oslo).

Film credits include: King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (Warner Bros); Pan (Warner Bros); The Knife That Killed Me (Universal Pictures); Dark Signal (Racing Snake Prods).

John Godber’s fantastic new comedy Sunny Side Up about a struggling B&B and the people who run it is on stage next…