Colin McFarlane


Colin McFarlane

Pinter Five

Theatre credits include: Two Horsemen (Gate; Time Out Best Actor Award); Othello (Chester Gateway and Ludlow Festival); Romeo and Juliet, Outbreak of God (Area 9, Young Vic, Lincoln and Chester Mystery Plays); Black Poppies (National and Tour); Midsummer Night’s Dream (Derby Playhouse); Things of Dry Hours (Royal Exchange and Gate); Coriolanus (Young Vic, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Mermaid Theatre and Tour); Don’t Fool With Love (Cheek by Jowl and Donmar); The Lover / The Collection (Donmar and Theatre Royal Bath); In Arabia We’d All Be Kings (Hampstead); Fences (Duchess); Fair Ladies At A Game of Poem Cards, Statement of Regret (National).

Film Credits Include: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Fragile, Chunky Monkey, The 101-Year-Old Man Who Disappeared, The Invisible Guardian, The Commuter, Patient Zero, Crawl.

Television credits include: Jeeves and Wooster, Coronation Street (ITV); The Thin Blue Line, Jonathan Creek, Judge John Deed, Eastenders, Holby City, Two Pints Of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Randall And Hopkirk, Parents Of The Band, Collision, The Fast Show, Lenny Henry In Dreams, Black Books, Reggie Perrin, Torchwood, Bad Education, Dirk Gently, Harry And Paul, It’s Kevin!, Le Grand, Citizen Khan, Death In Paradise, Doctor Who, Father Brown, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Porridge (BBC); Hounded, M. I. High (CBBC); The American Embassy, Gotham Tonight (US); Hooten & The Lady, The Rebel, Outlander Season 4 (Sky And UK TV Gold).

Radio credits include: Lavender Song (Sony Award winner); Colin was also a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company.

Other: In 1998 Colin founded The 4th Wall Entertainment Company where he produced and directed: Huis Clos/No Exit (Criterion, Riverside Studios and Cochrane Theatre); Road to Nirvana (Kings Head); Marilyn and Ella (Edinburgh Festival, Theatre Royal Stratford East and Apollo).