Joe Eyre


Joe is currently performing in Isley Lynn's award-winning play SKIN A CAT at various venues around the UK, including Assembly at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August. Joe is co-director of Joyous Gard. His new play TIGER was performed at VAULT Festival 2018 - 'an innovative and important piece' (A Younger Theatre).

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Height: 6'2" (185cms)

Eye colour: Dark Brown

Hair colour: Dark Brown

Native accent: RP

Playing age: 21-35 Years

Trained: Guildhall School of Music and Drama


THEATRE INCLUDES      
Skin A Cat Men Rive Productions Blythe Stewart
Gallowglass Sandor Middle Ground Theatre / UK Tour Michael Lunney
The Bashful Lover (Read Not Dead) Farneze Shakespeare's Globe Jenny Eastop
Richard lll Duke of Buckingham Antic Disposition Ben Horslen & John Risebero
Shakespeare Within The Abbey Hamlet / Juliet Shakespeare's Globe and Mark Rylance Federay Holmes
Crocodile Alan (Writer and Performer) Vault 17 / Joyous Gard Matt Maltby
French Without Tears Kit Orange Tree Theatre / ETT Tour Paul Miller
French Without Tears Kit The Orange Tree Paul Miller
Three Short Plays By Samuel Beckett Man/A/Luke Whispering Beasts Sara Joyce
Madame Manet Edouard Manet Rough Haired Pointer Mary Franklin
Crocodile (One Man Show) Alan (writer and perfomer) Pint-Sized at Jermyn Street Theatre Matt Maltby
As You Like It Orlando Creation Theatre Tom Littler
The Telescope Archangel Azreal Aloff Theatre Matthew Gould
King Charles III William (Understudy) Sonia Friedman Productions/Almedia Theatre Rupert Goold
Grand Hotel Jimmy Guildhall Martin Connor
Hamlet Hamlet Guildhall Jo McInnes
The Seagull Dorn Guildhall Christian Burgess
Napoli Milionaria Federico Guildhall Joseph Blatchley
The Bacchai Pentheus Guildhall Patsy Rodenburg
Guys and Dolls Benny Guildhall Martin Connor
The Insect Play Ichneumon Fly Guildhall Danny McGrath
Cymbeline Posthumus Guildhall Max Key
The Rover Blunt Guildhall David Grindley
Hay Fever Richard Guildhall Paul Miller
Mojo Baby Edinburgh Fringe Matt Maltby
Some Voices Ray Burton Taylor Theatre Oxford Matt Maltby
Spring Awakening Moritz Camden People's Theatre Asia Osborne
Hamlet Hamlet Beacon Theatre Mark Oldknow
SKILLS
Accents & Dialects RP (native), Heightened RP, London, Yorkshire, Manchester, Devon, Irish, Scottish, American-Standard, American-New York, French
 
Languages Intermediate French
 
Music & Dance Tenor, Guitar, Twentieth Century and Period Dance
 
Other Skills Stand-up Comedy (writing and performing), Improvisation, Interactive Theatre, Voice-over, Stage Combat (Gold), Acrobatics, Long-Distance Running, Swimming, Tennis
 
Vehicle Licence Full Clean Car Licence
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
• Other Experience - Michael Bryant Award 2014 Finalist at the National Theatre; BBC Carelton Hobbs Radio Competition 2014 Finalist; One-man show Crocodile written and performed at Guildhall 2014