Meet the Cast
Feelgood are delighted to welcome Alasdair to play Siegfried Sassoon who trained at Webber Douglas and has enjoyed a hugely successful career in theatre and TV most notably: Major Barbara for the National Theatre; Arcadia, The Library Theatre, George Deever in All My Sons, Leicester Curve and Don Quixote at West Yorkshire Playhouse.
He has worked extensively with Ed Hall at Propellor including; A Midsummer Night Dream and The Comedy of Errors UK and World Tour, Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew (Propeller/ Watermill / RSC Complete Works Season / World Tour / The Old Vic/ B.A.M New York). For the Cardboard Citizens at Riverside Studios, A Few Man Fridays; The Rivals at Theatre Royal Bath, A Weapons Inspector Calls, Theatro Technis and Of Bright and Dark at the White Bear Theatre.
He has many film credits including: Giles in Lawless Heart (a Martin Pope Production) and Rich in P.O.V. Alasdair is very popular in television and he has created season characters in Doctors (BBC), EastEnders (BBC) and The Royal as well as developing his work for corporate productions and commercials including Snickers, Gordon’s Gin and The Guardian.
Simon graduated from the Manchester School of Theatre in 2013 and Feelgood are delighted to welcome this rising star.
He has already made a marked impression in his professional debut playing Romeo in Romeo and Juliet for Erasmus International Theatre and is enjoying success on radio as William in Noel Hodges Writers of the Somme, BBC Radio 2 and Nat in The Testament of Jessie Lamb for BBC Radio 4. He recently played Alf in The Open Sessions with the Bristol Old Vic.
At drama school he was awarded the Royal Shakespeare Company Workshop Prize and nominated for both the Carleton Hobbs and Laurence Olivier Bursaries. His roles whilst training include Ralph Clark in Our Country's Good, the title role in Macbeth, and Alec Harvey in Still Life.