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1967 THE TINDERBOX
(book, music and lyrics). (Based on the story by Hans Andersen) Swan Theatre, Worcester. Unpublished
1968

THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT WENT TO SEE... (co-written with Sheila Ruskin, based on the verses and stories of Edward Lear). Swan Theatre, Worcester. Subsequently WSG Productions Ltd. production at Jeannetta Cochrane Theatre, London (1969) and many more London Christmas seasons. Also directed the production.

1969

LARRY THE LAMB IN TOYTOWN
Larry The Lamb in Toytown(co-written with Sheila Ruskin, adapted from the stories of S.G. Hulme-Beaman).
Swan Theatre, Worcester. Subsequently WSG Productions Ltd production at Shaw Theatre, London, 1973.

Also directed the production.

1970 THE PLOTTERS OF CABBAGE PATCH CORNER
The Plotters Of Cabbage Patch Corner (book, music and lyrics).
Swan Theatre, Worcester. Subsequently Knightsbridge Theatrical Productions Ltd/WSG Productions Limited production, Shaw Theatre 1971 and 1972 and Whirligig Theatre tour including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1979.


1971

FLIBBERTY AND THE PENGUIN
Flibberty and the Penguin (book, music and lyrics).
Swan Theatre, Worcester. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre pilot tour, 1978. *

Also directed the production.

1972 TICKLE (one act)
Tickle (book, music and lyrics).
The Dance Drama Theatre tour. Subsequently Wakefield Tricycle Company production at Arts Theatre, London, 1977.
 

THE PAPERTOWN PAPERCHASE
The Papertown Paperchase (book, music and lyrics).
Swan Theatre, Worcester. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour, including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1984.

Also directed the production.

1973 HIJACK OVER HYGENIA
Hijack Over Hygenia (book, music and lyrics).
Swan Theatre, Worcester.

1975 ROCK NATIVITY
Rock Nativity(book and lyrics, with music by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent). Playhouse, Newcastle. Subsequently toured by Cameron Mackintosh, 1975.
1975 OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
Old Mother Hubard(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1976

THE GINGERBREAD MAN
The Gingerbread Man(book, music and lyrics).
Towngate Theatre, Basildon. Subsequently, Cameron Mackintosh/David Wood production, The Old Vic (1977 and 1978) and many other London seasons.

Also directed the production.

  OLD FATHER TIME
Old Father Time(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1977

NUTCRACKER SWEET
James And The Giant Peach(book, music and lyrics).
Redgrave Theatre, Farnham. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1980.

Also directed the production.

  MOTHER GOOSE’S GOLDEN CHRISTMAS
Mother Goose's Golden Christmas(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1978 BABES IN THE MAGIC WOOD
Babes in the Magic Wood(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1979 THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN…
The Owl And The Pussy Cat (book, music and lyrics).
Haymarket Theatre, Leicester.
  CINDERELLA
You shall go to the ball (book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1980

THE IDEAL GNOME EXPEDITION
The Ideal Gnome Expedition(originally called CHISH ‘N’ FIPS) (book, music and lyrics).
Liverpool Playhouse. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1981.

Also directed the production.

  ALADDIN
Aladdin(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1981 ROBIN HOOD
Robin Hood(co-written with Dave and Toni Arthur).
Nottingham Playhouse. Subsequently Young Vic, London, 1982, Greenwich Theatre, 2002.
 

MEG AND MOG SHOW
James And The Giant Peach(from books by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski) (book, music and lyrics). Unicorn Theatre, London.

Also directed the production.

  DICK WHITTINGTON AND WONDERCAT
Dick Whittington & Wondercat(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1982 JACK AND THE GIANT
Jack and the Giant(book, music and lyrics).
Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
1983

THE SELFISH SHELLFISH
The Selfish Shellfish(book, music and lyrics).
Redgrave Theatre, Farnham. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour, including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1983.

Also directed the production.

1984

ABBACADABRA
Abbacadbra(book, with lyrics by Don Black and music by Abba). Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith. Unpublished

  JACK THE LAD
Jack The Lad(co-written with Dave and Toni Arthur).
Library Theatre, Manchester.
1986

THE SEE-SAW TREE
The Sea Saw Tree(book, music and lyrics).
Redgrave Theatre, Farnham. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1987.

Also directed the production.

 

THE OLD MAN OF LOCHNAGAR
The Old Man Of Lochnagar(book, music and lyrics) (based on the book by HRH The Prince of Wales). Whirligig Theatre tour, including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London and Christmas season at the Albery Theatre, London.

Also directed the production.

 

DINOSAURS AND ALL THAT RUBBISH
Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish(adapted from the book by Michael Foreman) Music by Peter Pontzen. Howells School, Denbigh. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre production, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London and tour.

Also directed the production.

1988 THE PIED PIPER
The Pied Piper (co-written with Dave and Toni Arthur, adapted from Robert Browning’s poem).
Orchard Theatre, Barnstaple and tour.
1990

SAVE THE HUMAN
Save The Human(based on a story by Tony Husband and David Wood).
Cambridge Theatre Company at the Arts Theatre, Cambridge and on tour. Subsequently Whirligig Theatre tour including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, 1990.

Also directed the production.

1991

THE BFG
The BFG (based on the book by Roald Dahl).
Clarion Productions, tours and West End seasons (Aldwych, Albery and Playhouse Theatres).

Also directed the production.

1992

THE WITCHES
The Witches(based on the book by Roald Dahl).
Clarion Productions, tours and West End seasons (Duke of York’s and Vaudeville Theatres).

Also directed the production.

1993

RUPERT AND THE GREEN DRAGON
Rupert and the Green Dragon (book, music and lyrics) (based on the Rupert stories and characters by Mary Tourtel and Alfred Bestall).
Layston Productions tour.

Also directed the production.

 

NODDY
Noddy (book, music and lyrics) (based on the stories of Enid Blyton). Clarion Productions tour, including Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith.

Also directed the production.

1995

MORE ADVENTURES OF NODDY
More Adventures of Noddy(book, music and lyrics) (based on the stories of Enid Blyton).
Clarion Promotions tour.

Also directed the production.

1997 BABE, THE SHEEP-PIG
Babe the sheep pig (based on the book by Dick King-Smith).
Whirligig Theatre tour and Manchester Library Christmas season. Also directed the production.
1998 THE FOREST CHILD
Forest Child(a children’s opera based on the book by Richard Edwards, libretto by David Wood music by Derek Clark). Commissioned by Welsh National Opera, touring to primary schools.
Unpublished
  THE TWITS
The Twits(based on the book by Roald Dahl)
Belgrade Theatre, Coventry. Subsequently on tour, including Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London.
2000 SPOT'S BIRTHDAY PARTY
Spots Christmas Party (book, music and lyrics) (based on the books by Eric Hill)
Oxford Playhouse and tour, including Peacock Theatre, London.
Also directed the production
  TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN
Tom's Midnight Garden(based on the book by Philippa Pearce)
Unicorn Theatre at the Pleasance, London, and tour and New Victory Theatre, New York.
  THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S LUNCH
Lighthouse Keepers Lunch(book, music and lyrics) (based on the book by Ronda and David Armitage). Written for children to perform. Oxford Playhouse. Published J. Weinberger. Also directed the production.
2001 FANTASTIC MR FOX
Fantastic Mr Fox(based on the book by Roald Dahl)
Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.
2002 JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH
James And The Giant Peach(based on the book by Roald Dahl)
Double premiere – Sherman Theatre, Cardiff and Birmingham Stage Company at the Old Rep. and on tour.
2002 LADY LOLLIPOP
Lady Lollipop(based on the book by Dick King-Smith). Written for children to perform. It was first performed by Farmborough Primary School, Bath. Published by Walker Books, performances licensed by Samuel French.
  DANNY THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD
(based on the book by Roald Dahl). Sherman Theatre, Cardiff. Subsequent tour by Birmingham Stage Company, including Bloomsbury Theatre, London.
  CLOCKWORK
Clockwork(based on the book by Philip Pullman). Libretto. Music by Stephen McNeff. Unicorn Theatre. Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Published Peters Edition.
2002 FIMBLES LIVE!
Fimbles(based on the tv series).  Bloomsbury Theatre, London, then toured by Fiery Angel Ltd.
  THE QUEEN'S HANDBAG. 
Play to celebrate the Queen's 80th birthday.  Performed in Buckingham Palace Gardens as part of the Children's Party at the Palace, broadcast live on BBC1 and seen by 8,000,000 viewers.  Unpublished.
2008 THE TIGER WHO CAME TO TEA.
(book, music and lyrics) (adapted from the book by Judith Kerr).  Produced by Nick Brooke and Kenny Wax.  Bloomsbury Theatre, London and tour. Also directed the production.
2009 GEORGE'S MARVELLOUS MEDICINE
George's Marvellous Medicine(based on the book by Roald Dahl) Birmingham Stage Company tour, opened Capitol Theatre, Horsham, followed by Birmingham Old Rep Christmas season, tour and Bloomsbury Theatre, London.
2009 2010 GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU
Guess(based on the book by Sam McBratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram, book, music and lyrics by David Wood) Sally Humphreys Productions tour, opened Rose Theatre, Kingston.
2009

GOODNIGHT MISTER TOM
(based on the book by Michelle Magorian) Chichester Festival Theatre/Children’s Touring Partnership production, opened at Chichester, followed by tour and subsequent West End season at the Phoenix Theatre, followed by another tour.

 

  goTHE GO-BETWEEN
(based on the book by LP Hartley.  Music by Richard Taylor, book by David Wood, lyrics by Richard Taylor and David Wood).  Co-production by West Yorkshire Playhouse, Derby Theatre and Theatre Royal, Northampton.  First David Wood show for adults for many, many years!  Won Best Musical Production, Theatre UK Awards 2012.
   
   

LIST OF PUBLISHED CHILDREN’S BOOKS

1984 The Owl And The Pussy CatTHE OPERATS OF RODENT GARDEN
Illustrated by Geoffrey Beitz
Published by Methuen
1985 The Owl And The Pussy CatTHE DISCORATS
Illustrated by Geoffrey Beitz
Published by Methuen
1986 The Owl And The Pussy CatPOEMS IN THE KINGFISHER BOOK OF COMIC VERSE
Anthology edited by Roger McGough
Published by Kingfisher
1987 The Owl And The Pussy CatTHE GINGERBREAD MAN
Illustrated by Sally Ann Lambert
Published by Puffin
  The Owl And The Pussy CatPLAYSTAGE
Two ROBIN HOOD plays
Co-written with Dave and Toni Arthur, (in anthology)
Published by Methuen
  The Owl And The Pussy CatCHISH ‘N’ FIPS
Illustrated by Don Seed (to accompany Central tv series)
Published by Boxtree
  The Owl And The Pussy CatPLAY THEATRE:
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
THE NATIVITY.
Published by Pavilion
1988 Sidney the MonsterSIDNEY THE MONSTER
Illustrated by Clive Scruton
*Won the Nottinghamshire Children’s Book Award 1989.
Walker
1991 The Owl And The Pussy CatHAPPY BIRTHDAY MOUSE!
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Hodder & Stoughton
  The Owl And The Pussy CatSAVE THE HUMAN
Created with and illustrated by Tony Husband
Published by Hamish Hamilton
1992 The Owl And The Pussy CatPOEMS IN THE MUCH BETTER STORY BOOK
Anthology
Published by Red Fox
1993 The Owl And The Pussy CatBABY BEAR'S BUGGY RIDE (To the Shops) and (To the Park)
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Hazar
  The Owl And The Pussy CatTHE BFG : PLAYS FOR CHILDREN
Adapted from the book by Roald Dahl
Published by Puffin
1994 MEG AND MOG : FOUR PLAYS FOR CHILDREN
Adapted from the books by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski
Published by Puffin
  POP-UP THEATRE : CINDERELLA
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Kingfisher
1995 BEDTIME STORY
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published byTransworld
  THE MAGIC SHOW
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Hazar
1996 THE CHRISTMAS STORY
A Nativity play
Published by A&C Black
1997 MOLE'S SUMMER STORY
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Transworld
  THEATRE FOR CHILDREN : GUIDE TO WRITING, ADAPTING, DIRECTING AND ACTING Co-written with Janet Grant
Published by Faber and Faber.
1998 MOLE'S WINTER STORY
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Transworld
  SILLY SPIDER
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Transworld
2000 FUNNY BUNNY'S MAGIC SHOW
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Transworld
  THE TOY CUPBOARD
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler
Published by Pavilion
  THE PHANTOM CAT OF THE OPERA
Illustrated by Peters Day
Publidhed by Pavilion
2002 THE WITCHES : PLAYS FOR CHILDREN
Adapted from the book by Roald Dahl
Published by Puffin
2003 The TwitsTHE TWITS: PLAYS FOR CHILDREN
Adapted from the book by Roald Dahl
Published by Puffin
2006 Under The BedUNDER THE BED
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler. Published by Tony Potter Publishing Ltd. and Barron's Educational Series Inc.
2007 Mole's Bedtime StoryMOLE'S BEDTIME STORY
Created with and illustrated by Richard Fowler. New edition. Published by Random House.
 

THE BFG: A Set of PlaysTHE BFG: A Set of Plays,
THE TWITS: A Set of Plays,
THE WITCHES: A Set of Plays.

Adapted from the books by Roald Dahl. American editions published by the Penguin Group.

2008 A Present for Father ChristmasA PRESENT FOR FATHER CHRISTMAS
Illustrated by Dana Kubick. Published by Walker Books.
2008 DANNY CHAMPION OF THE WORLD: PLAYS FOR CHILDREN
Adapted from the book by Roald Dahl Published by Puffin
   

PUBLICATION OF PLAYS
(excluding Samuel French acting editions)

1976 Rock NavityROCK NATIVITY
Book and lyrics by David Wood.
Music by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent.
Weinbergers
1986 Dinosaurs and all that RubbishDINOSAURS AND ALL THAT RUBBISH
Adapted from the book by Michael Foreman
Music by Peter Pontzen
Amber Lane Press
  The Old Man Of LochnagarTHE OLD MAN OF LOCHNAGAR
Book, music and lyrics by David Wood
Based on the book by HRH The Prince of Wales
Amber Lane Press
1987 The Sea Saw TreeTHE SEE-SAW TREE
Book, music and lyrics by David Wood
Amber Lane Press
1999 DAVID WOOD : PLAYS ONE
(THE GINGERBREAD MAN, THE SEE-SAW TREE, THE IDEAL GNOME EXPEDITION, MOTHER GOOSE'S GOLDEN CHRISTMAS)
Methuen
  DAVID WOOD : PLAYS TWO
(THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT WENT TO SEE..., THE BFG, THE PLOTTERS OF CABBAGE PATCH CORNER, SAVE THE HUMAN)
Methuen
2005 Lady LollipopLADY LOLLIPOP
Based on the book by Dick King-Smith. Walker Books. Licensed by Samuel French.
  Lighthouse Keepers LunchTHE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S LUNCH.
Book, music and lyrics. Based on the book by Ronda and David Armitage. Weinbergers.

OTHER WRITING
(THEATRE, FILM, TV and RADIO)

1964 Songs for HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD AND DIE. Oxford University Experimental Theatre Club. Oxford Playhouse and Comedy Theatre, London.
1965 Lyrics for THE OXFORD LINE, revue, (music by John Gould), Oxford Theatre Group, Edinburgh Festival and tour.
1966 Lyrics for FOUR DEGREES OVER, revue, (music by John Gould). Edinburgh Festival and Fortune Theatre, London.
  Lyrics for AND WAS JERUSALEM, (music by John Gould, book by Mick Sadler). Oxford University Experimental Theatre Club. Subsequently, as A PRESENT FROM THE CORPORATION, Swan Theatre, Worcester and (showcase) Fortune Theatre, London.
1967 Music and lyrics for A LIFE IN BEDROOMS (book by David Wright), Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. Subsequently, as THE STIFFKEY SCANDALS of 1932, on BBC2 TV and at Queen’s Theatre, London, 1969. Subsequently revived as THE PROSTITUTES’ PADRE, Norwich Playhouse, 1997.
1968 Lyrics for THREE TO ONE ON, revue, (music by John Gould). Tour, Edinburgh Festival and BBC2 TV.
1969 Lyrics for POSTSCRIPTS, revue, (music by John Gould). King’s Head, London.
  Songs for HAVE YOU SEEN MANCHESTER? 69 Theatre Company, Manchester.
1970 Lyrics for DEAD CENTRE OF THE MIDLANDS, revue, (music by John Gould). Swan Theatre, Worcester.
  Lyrics for CINDERELLA (book Sid Colin, music by John Gould) Citizens Theatre, Glasgow.
1971 Lyrics for DOWN UPPER STREET, revue, (music by John Gould) King’s Head, London.
1972 David Wood in NEXT TIME ILL SING TO YOU (Swan Theatre, Worcester)Lyrics for TURN YOUR OWN SOD, revue, (music by John Gould). Swan Theatre, Worcester.
1973 Lyrics for JUST THE TICKET, revue, (music by John Gould). Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead.
1974 MAUDIE (co-written with Iwan Williams). A musical diary of Maudie Littlehampton. Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead.
 

ROCK NATIVITY
(books and lyrics, with music by Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent).  TV production STV and RTE.

  SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS (film screenplay based on Arthur Ransome’s book) EMI
1975 Lyrics and sketches for CHI-CHESTNUTS, revue. Assembly Rooms, Chichester.
  Lyrics for THINK OF A NUMBER, revue, (music by John Gould). Key Theatre, Peterborough.
1977 Lyrics for BARS OF GOULD, revue, (music by John Gould). Northcott Theatre, Exeter and tour.
  EMU’S CHRISTMAS ADVENTURE (tv special). London Weekend.
1978 WRITER’S WORKSHOP (schools’ tv). Thames.
  THE LUCK OF THE BODKINS (based on the book by P.G. Wodehouse, co-written with John Gould). Theatre Royal, Windsor.
1984 CHIPS’ COMIC (Early Learning tv series). Verronmead/Channel 4
  CHISH ‘N’ FIPS (Children’s tv series, based on play by David Wood). Holmes Associates/ Central.
1986 SEEING AND DOING (schools’ tv series). Thames.
  THE GINGERBREAD MAN (tv production of David Wood’s play). Channel 4.
1987 THE OLD MAN OF LOCHNAGAR (adapted for tv from David Wood’s play based on the book by HRH The Prince of Wales). Channel 4.
1989 BACK HOME (film screenplay based on the book by Michelle Magorian. Verronmead/TVS and Disney Channel). Daytime Emmy Nomination for best screenplay.
1989 TIDE RACE (tv film for Central tv/European Broadcasting Union).
1992 WATCH (schools’ tv series). Spelthorne/BBC
  THE GINGERBREAD MAN (animation children’s tv series). FilmFair/Central
1999 SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS (radio adaptation from Arthur Ransome’s book. Catherine Bailey Productions for BBC Radio 4).

ACTING (stage and film)

1964 Extra (Chichester Festival Theatre)
Oxford University, including HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD AND DIE (Oxford Playhouse and Comedy Theatre, London) – nomination for Best New Actor (Variety critics), the Fool in KING LEAR, Algernon in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Wagner in Richard Burton/ Elizabeth Taylor DOCTOR FAUSTUS , all at Oxford Playhouse; Puck in A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Stratford open air); A SPRING SONG (Edinburgh Festival and Mermaid Theatre, London), THE OXFORD LINE (Edinburgh Festival), FOUR DEGREES OVER (Edinburgh Festival, tour and Fortune Theatre, London).
1964 Repertory at Worcester, Watford, Edinburgh, Windsor and Salisbury. Directing at Worcester.
1968

Johnny in IF… (film, Memorial Enterprises, director Lindsay Anderson).

David Wood, Malcolm McDowell  and Christine Noonan in Lindsay Anderson's IF... (Memorial Enterprises) David Wood in Lindsay Anderson's IF... (Memorial Enterprises) David Wood in Lindsay Anderson's IF... (Memorial Enterprises)

David Wood in Lindsay Anderson's IF... (Memorial Enterprises) David Wood, Malcolm McDowell  and Richard Warwick  in Lindsay Anderson's IF... (Memorial Enterprises)

1969 THREE TO ONE ON (revue), tour and Edinburgh Festival.
1970 Roger in AFTER HAGGERTY (David Mercer), Royal Shakespeare Company at the Aldwych and Criterion Theatres, London.

David Wood with Frank Finlay and John White in AFTER HAGGERTY (Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre)David Wood with Leslie Sands in AFTER HAGGERTY (Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre)

  David Wood with Sir Michael Redgrave in VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER (Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto.The Son in VOYAGE ROUND MY FATHER (John Mortimer), Greenwich Theatre, London. Nomination for Best New Actor (Plays and Players). Subsequently, opposite Sir Michael Redgrave, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto (1972).
1971 James in ME TIMES ME TIMES ME (Alan Ayckbourn), tour.
1972 HUSBANDS AND LOVERS (Molnar) Soho-Poly, London.
  Frank in MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION (Shaw) Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead.
JUST THE TICKET (revue), Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead.
  THE PROVOK’D WIFE (Vanburgh), Greenwich Theatre, London.
1974 PIG OF THE MONTH (Jonathan Lynn), Prince of Wales, Wimbledon.
1975 THINK OF A NUMBER (revue), Key Theatre, Peterborough.
  David Wood as Bingo Little in Andrew Lloyd Webber & Ayckbourn's JEEVES at HER MAJESTY'S THEATREBingo Little in JEEVES (Wodehouse, Ayckbourn , Lloyd Webber), Her Majesty's Theatre, London. DW as Bingo Little in ALW & AA JEEVES with Debbie Bowen, Angela Easterling and Gabrielle Drake HER MAJESTY'S  THEATRE
  David Wood in ACES HIGH (Ben Fitz Productions)Thompson in ACES HIGH (film, Benjamin Fisz Productions, director Jack Gold).David Wood and Peter Firth in ACES HIGH (Ben Fitz Productions)
1980 Bowers in TERRA NOVA (Ted Tally), Chichester Festival Theatre.
  SWEET WILLIAM (film, Don Boyd Productions, director Claude Whatham)
  NORTH SEA HIJACK (film, Cinema Seven Productions, director Andrew V. McClaglen).

TELEVISION ACTING SINCE 1969 INCLUDES:

  David Wood with Shelley Winters in THE VAMP (London Weekend Television)THE VAMP (opposite Shelley Winters), MAD JACK, Z CARS, TOYS, A BRUISED DAFFODIL OF LAST NIGHT’S SIN, OUT OF THE UNKNOWN, ONLY THREE CAN PLAY, JIM’LL FIX IT, A FAMILY AT WAR, KILLING TIME, LET’S MAKE A MUSICAL, MENACE, FATHERS AND SONS, START THE CLOCK, CROWN COURT, CHERI, A SENSE OF LOSS, UP AND UNDER, FUNNY HA HA, THE LOVE SCHOOL, DIXON OF DOCK GREEN, DISRAELI, MARKED PERSONAL, VAN DER VALK, LAY ON FIVE, TROUBLE WITH GREGORY, THE NEW AVENGERS, BUREAUCRACY OF LOVE, THE TROUBLESHOOTERS, HUNTINGTOWER, PLAYAWAY, David Wood with Barbara Flynn in A FAMILY AT WAR (Granada TV)YOU DON’T REMEMBER, JACKANORY, STAR TURN, CILLA’S WORLD OF COMEDY, ALL-STAR RECORD BREAKERS, WOYZECK, WATCH, SEEING AND DOING, TRICKY BUSINESS, WRITER’S WORKSHOP, WHEN THE BOAT COMES IN, THE BRACK REPORT, THREE TO ONE ON, DANGER UXB, ENEMY AT THE DOOR, LONGITUDE.

VOICE-OVERS INCLUDE:

  THE INVASION OF SPACE : NOVGOROD, CHRONICLE, NINE LIVES, MAX ERNST, KAFKA’S CASTLE.

RADIO ACTING SINCE 1969 INCLUDES:

  BLACK SNOW, THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, MENDELSSOHN IN SCOTLAND, SEMI-CIRCLES, BARS OF GOULD, A MEETING AT OXFORD, GENERATION OF VIPERS, SANDRA, OH, YES IT IS!, LOOSE ENDS.

 

 

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