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Danny Hatchard

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Photo: Sam Irons

Agent:

Simon Beresford

Film

 

We Still Kill The Old Way Dir: Sacha Bennett
Richwater
   

Theatre

Eyes Closed, Ears Covers Dir: Derek Anderson
Bunker Theatre
Oliver Twist Dir: Caroline Byrne
Open Air Theatre Regents Park
Scrooge Dir: Nikolai Foster
Leicester Curve
Beautiful Thing Dir: Nikolai Foster
Arts Theatre & UK Tour
 

TV

Our Girl Dir: Various
BBC
Not Going Out Dir: Nick Wood
BBC
Eastenders Dir: Various
BBC

Awards

Nominee - Best Actor in A Play - Off West End Stage Awards (Eyes Closed, Ears Covered) 
Nominee - Best Storyline - Industry Mind Awards
Nominee - Best Storyline - British Soap Awards
Nominee - Best Single Episode - British Soap Awards

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Reviews

EYES CLOSED, EARS COVERED

“Derek Anderson’s fleet, economical production genuinely grips, in no small part due to the fine, committed performances of Hatchard and Idris-Roberts, both of whom prove impressively able to turn on a proverbial dime, from scared, acquiescent youngsters to scarily raging forces of nature.”  - WHATS ON STAGE ****

“It’s a fierce and visceral performance from Hatchard and with all due respect to the rest of the cast who are perfectly fine, the production suffers a little when he’s not on stage.” - RADIO TIMES ****

SCROOGE

“The best numbers are the robust and exuberantly choreographed knees-ups like The Milk of Human Kindness and Thank You Very Much, delivered with warmth by Tom Jenkins (Danny-Boy Hatchard) and the street traders.” - THE STAGE ****

OLIVER TWIST

“The Artful Dodger (a surprisingly sympathetic Danny-Boy Hatchard) and his gang of pickpockets wear spray-painted jackets and cheeky grins. They whizz about on the stage in rollerskate trainers, on hoverboards and scooters, and prompt yelps of admiration from my 10-year-old theatre companion, Qeiva. Dodger and his gang are the only people in Oliver’s world who have spirit and sparkle.” - GUARDIAN ****

“Danny-Boy Hatchard’s chirpy Jack “Dodger” was – until his sorry betrayal of Nancy – a chirpy breath of fresh air.” - RADIO TIMES ****


BEAUTIFUL THING

“Under Nikolai Foster’s brisk direction Jake Davies as Jamie and Danny-Boy Hatchard as Ste are touchingly vulnerable as the teenagers finding their way towards love.” -TELEGRATH ****

“Nikolai Foster’s production draws unforced performances from the young leads. It’s in the charmingly tentative love scenes – when Danny-Boy Hatchard’s Ste and Jake Davies’s Jamie are left alone to explore their emerging feelings – that it really excels.” - METRO ****

“Jake Davies (Jamie) and Danny-Boy Hatchard (Ste) are a joy as the two young neighbours secretly discovering their love for each other.” - TIME OUT ****

“Jake Davies and the bizarrely named Danny-Boy Hatchard are completely convincing as the two lovers. They are ably supported by Suranne Jones as Jamie’s loud-mouthed mum Sandra and Zaraah Abrahams as teenage neighbour Leah.” - EXPRESS ****

 

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