Malcolm James

Malcolm James

Arthur Kipps

Malcolm trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art

He is delighted to be returning to the role of Arthur Kipps after playing him first on a UK tour in 2014/15 and then at the Fortune Theatre in London in 2016.

Other theatre includes: The Grass is Greener (Theatre Royal, Windsor); The Two Popes (Rose Theatre, Kingston and tour); The Mousetrap (St. Martin’s Theatre); The Night Watch and Birdsong (Original Theatre Company - UK tour); Equus (London Classic Theatre - UK and Ireland tour); The Potting Shed (Finborough Theatre, London); The Importance of Being Earnest, Private Fears in Public Places and My Night with Reg (Library Theatre, Manchester); The Lady in the Van (Salisbury Playhouse); The Portrait of a Lady and A Doll’s House (Theatre Royal, Bath and tour); An Eligible Man (New End Theatre, Hampstead); Of Mice and Men (Theatre By The Lake, Keswick); Still Life (Theatre Royal, Plymouth); Mrs Warren’s Profession (Bristol Old Vic); The Lady in the Van, The Tempest and The Nutcracker (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Kes, Romeo and Juliet, Ham, Toad of Toad Hall, Second from Last in the Sack Race, Neville’s Island and Travels with my Aunt (New Vic, Stoke); Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Volpone (National Theatre); King Lear (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Old King Cole (Cochrane Theatre, London); Sleeping Beauty (Royal Theatre, Northampton); My Sister in this House (Theatr Clwyd); Messiah (East Productions); Hedda Gabler and Cymbeline (Compass Theatre); The Triumph of Love (Gate Theatre, Notting Hill); The Merry Wives of Windsor, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Androcles and the Lion and Bashville (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre)

Film includes: My Dinner with Herve (HBO); Ticking, Pitching, Between the Tides, Life Underground.

Television includes:  Secret Invasion, Doctors, Eastenders, Inside Man, Beyond Reasonable Double, Coronation Street, Heartbeat, Crossroads, Brookside, The Bill, Undercover Customs, Tales from the Tower.

Radio includes:  Letters to an Icon, The History Man  and several Afternoon Dramas (BBC Radio Four). He has also recorded audio adventures for Big Finish (Doctor Who, Blake’s 7 and Avalon)



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