Iain Donaldson - full credits

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Iain has been involved in 18 RDG productions. Listed below are the productions we have in our online database where Iain has a credit of any kind.

Absent Friends

In Absent Friends, Ayckbourn discards his usual technical high jinks and give us a relatively straightforward situation, a consolatory tea party thrown for Colin by his former friends after the dea... about 18 years ago

All My Sons

Performed between 31st March to 3rd April 1999, Magna Carta Theatre, Staines. The 31st March was a Schools performance, other nights were open to the general public. America's most famous living p... over 23 years ago

Billy

almost 24 years ago

Billy

almost 24 years ago

Billy

almost 24 years ago

Copacabana

Based on Barry Manilow's famous story of Lola, the wannabee showgirl, this is a musical of colour and big band sound leaving the audiences full of that feel good factor. almost 18 years ago

The Crucible

The Salem Witches Early in 1692, in the small Massachusetts village of Salem, a number of girls fall ill, victims of hallucinations and seizures. In extremely religious Puritan New England, such f... almost 13 years ago

Dear Diary

Many of us use a diary to record not just milestones in our lives, but also to express inner thoughts and deep emotions; equally, music, song and dance can express profound feelings as we move thro... over 21 years ago

Five Kinds of Silence (Festival)

Originally Written as a radio play, this stage version was first performaned at the Lyric Hammersmith on 31st May 2000. It won the 1996 Writers' Guild award for Best original Radio Play and the 199... about 20 years ago

I Dreamed A Dream

over 25 years ago

My Night With Reg

This play established its credentials in London where it won rave reviews and amongst others the 1995 Olivier Award for Best Comedy. Tragi-comedy would be a more apt description. While the three in... about 20 years ago

Neville's Island

Perhaps best known for his work writing Preston Front for TV, Tim Firth wrote this play firstly for production at Alan Ayckbourn's 'home' theatre (the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough) in 1992. ... over 24 years ago

The Night of The Iguana

Set during the summer of 1940 on the verandah of a crumbling Mexican inn perched on a jungle covered hill-top over-looking the sea, where Tennessee Williams spent that languid time surrounded by Ge... almost 22 years ago

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

The story of a devil-may-care rogue who has been transferred from prison because of difficult behaviour into an American state mental institution. McMurphy transforms the cold, lifeless, loveless ... almost 17 years ago

Privates on Parade

This semi-autobiographical account of the British Army in Singapore in 1948 is the starting point of one of Peter Nichols' funniest plays. Designed in the form of a variety show, the play concerns... over 19 years ago

The Real Inspector Hound (2)

The Real Inspector Hound does not attempt to solve any great world problems, or even examine them. It is a play within a play; played for farce, and with a blithe stab at that great imported art fo... about 21 years ago

Songs of the Century

To mark the millenium year Carolyn and Paul chose to devise a complilation that takes an affectionate look back at the musical shows of the last century. With such a golden treasure house to choose... over 22 years ago

Sweet Charity

Bob Fosse's story was based on the Academy Award winning film, Le Notti Di Cabiria, by Italian genius Federico Fellini. After seeing the film in 1957, Fosse immediately saw the potential for a Broa... almost 20 years ago

Twelfth Night

Directed by Jane Walters. RDG's first foray into the world of Shakespeare, our production was a lively ensemble piece, simple set and costumed (modern) accompanied by specially composed music, song... about 23 years ago

The Visit

This fascinating folk play is in turn intriguing, poetic, funny, atmospheric and highly theatrical. It also makes for a thought provoking evening. Duerrenmatt's macabre parable is his most grotesq... almost 25 years ago

Lear's Daughters (Festival)

Lear's Daughters takes its story and characters from the 'gaps' in Shakespeare's King Lear. The story of King Lear is revised and refocussed onto his three daughters. We discover moments from their... about 21 years ago

My Mother Said I Never Should

"My Mother Said I Never Should..." was premiered in 1987 at Contact in Manchester (winner of the Manchester Evening News Best Play Award) and in 1989 at the Royal Court Theatre in London (joint win... about 24 years ago

The Night of The Iguana

Set during the summer of 1940 on the verandah of a crumbling Mexican inn perched on a jungle covered hill-top over-looking the sea, where Tennessee Williams spent that languid time surrounded by Ge... almost 22 years ago

Noises Off

The play is a farce, in fact a farce within a farce, taking the cliches of the genre and shaking them inventively through a series of kaleidescope patterns. The first act is a pastiche of tradition... almost 23 years ago

Yerma (Festival)

The second of Lorca's rural trilogy (the other two being Blood Wedding and The House of Bernarda Alba), Yerma is the tragedy of a woman trapped in a loveless, childless marriage to the farmer Juan ... almost 22 years ago

Best Actor Iain Donaldson Woking Festival - 2001
Best Actor Iain Donaldson Spelthorne Festival - 2001