FOR THE ROYAL COURT: The Alice Trilogy, Shining City, The Weir (& Duke of York’s/Australian tour), Under the Blue Sky.
OTHER THEATRE INCLUDES: Phèdre, Gethsemene, Happy Now, Guys and Dolls, Remember This, The Little Clay Cart (National); Art (West End); Who Shall Be Happy? (Mad Cow Productions); The Gingerbread Mix-Up (Andrew’s Lane, Dublin); Amphibians (Dublin Festival); The Wake, Trinity for Two, Sacred Mysteries (Abbey, Dublin); Prayers of Sherkin (Old Vic); Who Shall Be Happy? (Mad Cow, tour); Pride and Prejudice, Oleanna, The Dream, The Double Dealer, The Cherry Orchard (Gate, Dublin); Democracy (Bush); Speed-the-Plow (Project Arts); Someone to Watch Over Me (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Plough and the Stars (Young Vic); Saint Oscar (Field Day); Sexual Perversity in Chicago, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Country Wife, Nightshade, The White Devil (Rough Magic); I Can’t Get Started (Dublin/Edinburgh Festival).
TELEVISION INCLUDES: Zen, Shadowlane, Ashes to Ashes, New Tricks, Whistleblowers, He Kills Coppers, Prosperity, Tribe, Rough Diamond, Hustle, Waking the Dead, Spooks, Elizabeth the Virgin Queen, Omagh Bombing, The Brief, Murder Squad, Fallen, Wire in the Blood, The Commander, Seventh Stream, Menace, Heartbeat, Station Jim, Table 12, Casualty, Best of Both Worlds, Active Defence, DDU, Ballykissangel, Peak Practice, Jonathan Creek, A Touch of Frost, Career Opportunities, Bliss, The Governor, The Bill, Parnell, Nighthawks, Fortycoats, Lost Belongings, Lapsed Catholics.
FILM INCLUDES: Killing Bono, Station Jim, Water’s Rising, Happy-Go-Lucky, The Tiger’s Tale, Flawless, Nativity, The Libertine, Mystics, Suzie Gold, Wonderous Oblivion Isolation, Inside I’m Dancing, The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part II, American Girl, Monsieur N, Mystics, The Van, My Friend Joe, Moll Flanders, Jake’s Progress, Beyond Reason, Good Girls, In the Name of the Father, Blue Ice, Into the West, The Miracle, Taffin.
Stanley is a founding member of Rough Magic Theatre Company.
Previous Royal Court Productions
Stanley Townsend elsewhere on Royal Court