Theatre

Bill Nighy has performed in a long list of theatre plays throughout the years, and this is an attempt to give an overview of the plays he has been involved in.

There is quite some information about Blue / Orange.

 

Here is a list of theatre plays Bill Nighy has performed in:

2006 The Vertical Hour as performer – Music Box theatre, New York (from november 2006)

2004 Speak Now as Timmy – Traverse Edinburgh (Edinburgh)

2003 Collateral Damage II as Performer – National Theatre (London)

2003 Collateral Damage V as Performer – National Theatre (London)

2000 Blue/Orange as Robert – Royal National Theatre (London)

1998 A Kind of Alaska as Doctor – Donmar Warehouse Theatre (London)

1997 Skylight as Tom Sergeant – Vaudeville Theatre (London)
Play by David Hare. Directed by Richard Eyre.
More on Skylight

1994 The Seagull as Trigorin – National Theatre: Olivier (London)

1993 Arcadia as Bernard Nightingale – National Theatre: Lyttelton (London)
By : Tom Stoppard – Director : Trevor Nunn
Other cast : Harriet Walter, Felicity Kendall
More on Arcadia

1991 Betrayal as Performer – Almeida Theatre (London)

1987 Mean Tears as Julian – National Theatre: Cottesloe (London)

1986 King Lear as Edgar – National Theatre: Olivier (London)

1985 Pravda as Eaton Sylvestra – National Theatre: Olivier (London)

1980 Illuminations as Gorman – Lyric Theatre Hammersmith (London)

1983 Map of the World as Stephen Andrews – National Theatre: Lyttleton (London)

1979 The Warp as Performer – Institute of Contemporary Arts (London)

1976 Occupy! as Performer Everyman Theatre (Liverpool)

Older work:

The Milk Train Does Not Stop Here Any More as Performer
Watermill Theatre (Newbury)

Entertaining Mr. Sloane as Sloane
Gateway Chester (Chester)

Comings and Goings as Vernon Crouch
Hampstead Theatre (London)
Freedom of the City as Skinnwe
Everyman Theatre (Liverpool)

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern as Rosencrantz
Cambridge Arts (Cambridge)

Under New Management as Harold
Everyman Theatre (Liverpool)

The Immoralist as Performer
Hampstead Theatre (London)

Landscape and Silence as Performer
Gateway Chester (Chester)

Epitaph for George Dillon as Performer
Guildford School (Guildford, Surrey)

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