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Daniel Albert & Simon Beresford

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Film

The Commuter Dir: Jaume Collet-Serra
Studio Canal
That Woman (Short) Dir: Ed Dick
Spray Films Ltd
Leap Year Dir: Anand Tucker
Lef Productions
RocknRolla Dir: Guy Ritchie
Toff FIlms

Theatre

Describe The Night Dir: Lisa Spirling
Hampstead Theatre
The Knowledge Dir: Maureen Lipman
Charing Cross Theatre
Abigail's Party Dir: Sarah Esdaile
Theatre Royal Bath & UK Tour
Hedda Gabler Dir: Gareth Machin
Salisbury Playhouse
Sunny Afternoon
(2015 Olivier Award Best New Musical)
DIr: Ed Hall
Hampstead Theatre / Harold Pinter Theatre
Shiver Dir: Derek Bond
Watford Palace Theatre
Playing With Grown Ups Dir: Hannah Eidinow
KPS Productions
A Winter's Tale Dir: Purni Morell
Unicorn Theatre
Dr. Korczak's Example Dir: RIa Parry
Unicorn Theatre
Titanic (Scenes From The Britsh Wreck Enquiry) Dir: Charlotte Westenra
MAC Belfast
Under A Tree At The End Of Time Dir: Dan Sherer
Real Circumstance
Pushing Up Poppies Dir: Hannah Chissick
Hotel Play Dir: Joe HIll-Gibbins
Royal Court Theatre
Seven Jewish Children Dir: Dominic Cooke
Royal Court Theatre
The Common Pursuit Dir: Fiona Laird
Menier Chocolate Factory
Three Sisters On Hope Street Dir: Lindsay Posner
Hampstead Theatre, Liverpool Everyman
The Glass Menagerie Dir: Raz Shaw
Jerwood Award/ Youn Vic
Hedda Gabler Dir: Christian Winkler
Open Secret
The Man Of The Future Is Dead Dir: Lucy Skilbeck
Open Secret
The Gospels Dir: David Thacker
National Theatre Studio
Two Thousand Years Dir: Mike Leigh
National Theatre
Intimate Apparel Dir: Paulette Randall
Old Vic New Voices
Everything Is Illuminated Dir: Olivia Jacobs
Soho Theatre
Hamlet Dir: Patrick Sandford
Nuffield Theatre, Southampton
The Dwarfs Dir: Christopher Morahan
Tricycle Theatre
What Didn't Happen Dir: Tim Roseman
Old Vic New Voices
Romeo & Juliet Dir: Michael Thomas
National Tour
As You Like It Dir: Marcus Goodwin
National Tour
Sweat Dir: Tamsin Outhwaite
Bloomsbury Theatre
Guys & Dolls Dir: Chris White / Karen Stephens
Young VIc Company
Les Grandes Meaulnes Dir: Chris White / Karen Stephens
Young Vic Company
Judging Billy Jones Dir: Chris White
Young Vic Company

TV

Midsummer Murders Dir: Toby Frow
ITV
Maigret Dir: Sarah Harding
Peket Ltd. for ITV
X Company Dir: Paolo Barzman
Temple Street Productions
The Coroner Dir: Niall Fraser
BBC
New Blood Dir: Bill Eagles
BBC / Eleventh Hour Films
Call The Midwife (Series 1-6) Dir: Phillipa Lowthorpe / Jamie Payne & Various
BBC
The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries Dir: Roger Michell
Carnival Films for ITV
Whitechapel DIr: John Strickland
ITV
Dark Matters DIr: Crispin Reece
Discovery Channel
The Runaway Dir: David Richards
Sky
Trinity Dir: Colin Teague
Roughcut / ITV
The Passion Dir: Michael Offer
HBO / BBC Television
Maxwell Dir: Colin Barr
HBO / BBC Television
The Candidate Dir: Jed Mercurio
ITV
Judge John Deed Dir: Steve Kelly / Deborah Paige
BBC
Dwarfs Dir: Chris Morohan
BBC
Band of Brothers Dir: Tom Hanks / David Leland / Mikael Saloman
Dreamworks / HBO
Touch of Frost DIr: Rob Knights
Yorkshire Television
Soldier Soldier Dir: Graham Moore
Central Television
Inspector Morse Dir: Charles Beeson
Carlton Television
The Perfect Blue Dir: Kieran Walsh
Screen 2
Where The Heart Is Dir: Tony Garner
Anglia TV

 

   

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Reviews

DESCRIBE THE NIGHT

“Ben Caplan is terrific as Babel and the scene in which he seduces Yevgenia with a surreal story about ducks, in front of Yezhov, is simply magnificent.” - Ann Treneman (The Times)

“There is impressive work from Ben Caplan as the persecuted Babel.” - Michael BIllington (The Guardian)


“Ben Caplan is excellent as Babel, charming, stubborn and quizzical.”
(Financial Times)

“There are engaging performances from David Birrell as Yezhov and Ben Caplan as Babel, an intriguing mix of restrained observer and reckless poet.”
(Evening Standard)

“The cast are excellent across the board, particularly Ben Caplan’s dreamy writer (pictured right), touchingly optimistic in the face of mounting horror, anchors the play’s morality, calling for imagination over pragmatism.”
(The Arts Desk)

“Whenever Ben Caplan is on stage playing the eloquent Babel, the story grips.”
(Daily Mail)

HEDDA GABLER

“The excellent Ben Caplan captures Tesman’s blinkered naivety beautifully” - Lesley Bates (The Stage)

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