ABOVE; The cast and crew of 'Our Day Out'. Nick has a number of projects he wants to get off the ground.
Nick Hennegan formed the award-winning not-for-profit charity, The Maverick Theatre Company.
Nick has an M.A. in Creative Producing for Theatre and Live performance from Birkbeck College, University of London. He was nominated for both Millennium National Creative Briton and Midlander of the Year and has won a Sony Radio Award. He has successfully produced shows on both the large and small scale, fringe, UK and international touring circuit and won numerous awards, most recently the Society of London Theatre's Stage One Bursary Scheme for New Producers, 2013 and 2014.
He presents a weekly radio show, Literary London on Resonance 104.4FM. Listen to the shows on the London Literary Pub Crawl website.
Nick Hennegan – Personal production (and other bits) Credits
Wrote, directed and produced…
Henry V - Lion of England - Play - 1 person adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V. Edinburgh Festival, Old Rep., Rep, Birmingham, small-scale UK and Ireland tour. (Won – and lost - Fringe First 1992)
Hamlet - Horatio's Tale. - Play -7-person adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The Theatre, mac. (With Sir Derek Jacobi) Later modified for one actor.
Boy, Girl, Boy, Bike – short film, created for Carlton’s First Cuts. Edinburgh Film Festival NBX
Wrote and Directed…
Henry V - Lion of England - Play - 1 person adaptation of Henry V. Waterside Stratford upon Avon (season), Kentucky, USA and national UK and Ireland tour. Music by Robb Williams.
A Christmas Carol with Guy Masterson, music by Robb Williams - UK and International Tour.
Hamlet - Horatio's Tale - Play - 1 person and the voice of Sir Derek Jacobi. Music by Robb Williams - Edinburgh Festival 2018 and tour.
Romeo and Juliet. Four actors and a feisty Juliet bring football fever to a classic tragedy.
Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol - The Wheatsheaf, London W1, 2014. The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham 2015.
PALS – partially devised play. Billesley Pub and small-scale tour. And EDINBURGH 2019!
A Ghost of A Chance – Billesley Pub and Edinburgh Festival – directed by John Adams. (Winner of The Guinness Award for Pub Theatre through the Royal National Theatre)
Henry The Second (working title) Play. Rehearsed readings at 52nd Street Theatre, New York, USA. Directed by Chris Hayes.
How To Make A Crises Out Of A Drama – book – production diary for A Ghost of A Chance
Susan And Friends – Radio Documentary. Won Sony Award for Best Community Programme.
Images From Within – Radio Documentary. Network Broadcast.
The Pocket Guide To Rock – 26 x 1 hour music documentaries – Chrysalis Radio.
Bits of Bad Poetry, assorted essays, column in Irish Newspaper and numerous theatre reviews for local papers and websites.
Educating Rita by Willy Russell. Billesley and West Mids. Tour
Trench Kiss by Arthur Smith. Billesley and West Mids. Tour.
Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell. Birmingham Library Theatre
Henry V by Williams Shakespeare. Birmingham Library Theatre
Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell by Keith Waterhouse. Billesley
An Evening With Gary Lineker by Arthur Smith & Chris England The Billesley: The Elms, Aldridge Tameside Hippodrome, Manchester The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
Air Play - a search for new radio dramas.
Trench Kiss by Arthur Smith The Billesley
Frankie and Johnny by Terence McNally. The Billesley and tour
Death at the Done Inn by Tom Nolan. The Billesley and tour
Road by Jim Cartwright. The Billesley and tour
Blood Brothers by Willy Russell (production bought in)
Henry V - Lion of England by Nick Hennegan. Waterside Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon. (Co-production with Almost Perfect Productions Limited and the Birmingham Stage Company)
Youth Theatre Workshop at the Billesley.
Strippers by Peter Terson. The Billesley
Henry V Lion of England by Nick Hennegan. Birmingham Old Rep.
Sexual Perversity in Chicago by David Mamet The Billesley
Play it Again Sam by Woody Allen The Billesley (PART OF THE B'HAM INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL)
2nd Youth Theatre Workshop at the Billesley.
All At The Billesley Pub Theatre…
Up ‘n’ Under by John Godber
Up ‘n’ Under 2 by John Godber
Educating Rita by Willy Russell
RADA Youth Workshop
The Killing Of Sister George by Frank Marcus
Our Day Out by Willy Russell
Elsie and Norm’s Macbeth by John Christopher Wood
Beautiful Thing by Jonathon Harvey
Love Hurts – a series of 3 plays run over a 6-week period
The Wild Party – Directed by Julia Smith
PALS – Directed by Julia Smith
Beautiful Thing – Directed by Danni Parr
Shakers Re-stirred by John Godber
Hancock’s Finest Hour by Colin Bennett. National mid/large scale tour.
Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas. The Wheatsheaf, London W1.
A Christmas Carol. The Wheatsheaf, London W1 and the OJS Theatre, Birmingham.
New car launches for Renault Birmingham.
National store opening tours for Currys Superstore (Saatchi and Saatchi through DSG Group)
Host – Birmingham Rotary Festival
Birthright Trust – Hyde Park, London.
Numerous Roadshows for BRMB Radio and BBC Radio WM and conferences at Birmingham N.E.C.
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