Rogers Douglas Productions in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of
The Still Room
Theatre Credits Include: Hangmen (Royal Court, West End, Off Broadway); The People are Friendly, Uganda, Killing the Cat (The Royal Court); Children’s Children (Almeida Theatre); Rutherford and Son, The Duchess of Malfi, Billy Liar, Murmuring Judges, Arturo UI and Black Snow (National Theatre); The Good Canary (Rose Theatre); Rita Sue and Bob Too, A State Affair, Some Explicit Polaroids, Our Country’s Good and Blue Heart (Out of Joint); Oliver Twist, Blithe Spirit (Bristol Old Vic) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Storyhouse).
Film Credits Includes: A Demon in My View and Hope Gap.
TV Credits Include: Cold Feet, Press, The Syndicate, Siblings, Come Fly With Me, Little Britain, Messiah III, Pepys, Murphy’s Law, Attachments, Playing the Field, Out of Hours, The Lakes, Seaforth, The Bill, London Bridge and A Touch of Frost.
Nigel has written and developed several screenplays for film and television including short film Hunter, which won awards globally including Best Film at the New York Film Festival, the Paris Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival. Nigel also set up production company Nitromedia where he has written, directed and produced many educational, corporate and commercial projects for clients including The Open University and BMW. Nigel is a senior lecturer in film production at Oxford Brookes University and the University of Derby.
Nigel has directed David Hare’s The Vertical Hour at Park Theatre.
Directing for TV Includes: Grange Hill, EastEnders, This Life, Casualty, London’s Burning, The Knock, North Square, Clocking Off, Stan The Man, Holby City, Bad Girls, Waterloo Road, The Bill, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Making Waves, Hotel Babylon and Wild at Heart.