Morten Kiil in An Enemy of the People, Crucible Theatre 2010

Morten Kiil in An Enemy of the People, Crucible Theatre 2010

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Other Reviews

Julius Caesar (Tour)
"Roger Bingham's bluff, sarcastic and ultimately lethal Casca was particularly notable."
- The Stage

The Fancy Man (Tour)
"Doctor Peach (Roger Bingham) the ladies man, who also liked other sports, including cricket and football, injected much humour into this dark, interesting piece."

Guards Guards (Tour)
"The well-known characters from Discworld - Carrot, Colon and Nobbs, as played by Iain Sterland, Roger Bingham and David Brett, could have been lifted from the mind's eye as one reads the book. Superb casting, and brilliantly played.

Of all the characters, the actor playing Colon was a dead-ringer for the character I wrote."
- Terry Pratchett (Author)

The Candidate (Royal Exchange Theatre)
"The representatives of local interest-groups (radical shoemaker, market gardener, publican, retired soldier and unemployed man played respectively, by Gordon Winter, David Fredrickson, Roger Bingham, Roy Heather and Barrie Jaimeson) offer a group of intense visual images as colourful and individual as a series of Van Gogh portraits."
- The Times

The Fantasticks (Kings Head Theatre)
"Naturally the course of true love never runs smoothly and we have the Fathers to thank for that. Roger Bingham as Hucklebee and John Walters as Bellomy come across as a pair of disarmingly mischievous Tweedle Dums / Dees, who in trying to bring their children together only drive them apart."
- Time Out

"The two fathers, Roger Bingham and John Walters, have entertaining over the garden wall banter along with three humorous musical numbers and the audience seemed delighted by their antics."
- Plays and Players

Noddy (National Tour/Lyric Hammersmith)
"The adults who nurture Noddy's development include the benevolent brownie Big Ears and the policeman Mr Plod, portrayed with a well measured degree of authority and amiability by Roger Bingham."
- The Stage

"David Wood highly praised for his adaptation of Roald Dahl's 'The Witches' here casts Roger Bingham as another delectably horrid old crone, a vicious grumbler with green hair and a huge nose. Elsewhere everyone's idea of Mr Plod."
- The Times