Dickon Tyrrell
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Dickon trained at Liverpool University, the National Youth Theatre, and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. His previous work at Shakespeare’s Globe includes: Othello, Henry VIII, and Anne Boleyn. His other theater credits include: Rutherford and Son (Northern Stage); Animal Farm (Derby Playhouse); The Romans in Britain (Sheffield Crucible); Harvest (The Royal Court and National Tour); The Merchant of Venice (UK tour, Japan, Malaysia, US, and China); Henry IV Parts I & II, Richard II, Richard III, Julius Caesar, The Devil is an Ass (Royal Shakespeare Company); Major Barbara (Peter Hall Company); Romeo and Juliet, Dracula, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Northern Broadsides); Ninagawa’s Peer Gynt (Barbican London, Manchester, Norway, and Japan); Much Ado About Nothing (West End); The Plough and the Stars (West Yorkshire Playhouse); and Seven Doors (Gate Theatre). His television credits include: Law and Order, The Bill, The Trial of Tony Blair, Coronation Street, Simon Schama’s Rough Crossings; Aberfan, Coup!, Doctors, Peak Practice, Harry, and Spender. His directing credits include: Mammals, Harvest (Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama), and As You Like It (Oxford School of Drama). His radio credits include: Antony and Cleopatra and Major Barbara. Dickon has also featured in a music video for The Beautiful South.