Oliver Senton

Oliver Senton

Theatre credits includes: Showstopper! (Apollo, Olivier award for Best Entertainment), Mamma Mia! (Prince of Wales), All's Well that Ends Well (Gielgud, RSC) Coriolanus (RSC), The Tempest (Norfolk and Norwich Festival), The Lady’s Not For Burning (Chichester), The Count of Monte Cristo (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Arsenic & Old Lace (Derby), Three Sisters (Harrogate), The Invention of Love (Salisbury), plays at the Arcola, Orange Tree, Southwark Playhouse, Finborough, BAC, Gate, Menier. He played the central role in Ken Campbell's production of The Warp.

As well as Showstopper! he works regularly with Slung Low: The Fairy Portal Camp (RSC), Camelot: The Shining City (Sheffield), The White Whale (Leeds), 59 Minutes to Save Christmas (Barbican).

TV: Frankie & Emma, White Heat, Doctors, EastEnders, Casualty, Hollyoaks, My Dad's The Prime Minister, Bear Behaving Badly, Nuremberg, Cathedral.

Film: Wimbledon, Sink and forthcoming feature Seagull.

Radio: Over sixty plays and books, most recently two series of Trodd en Bratt say 'Well Done You'.

5 stars “Joyful disasters from comedy masters. GORGEOUS!”

“Ridiculously funny, cleverly structured and the hard work of the cast and production crew certainly pays off”

5 stars “Technically challenging and hilariously funny. We were in tears of laughter”

4 stars “Hilarious confusion. The physical comedy really tickles the ribs”

5 stars “This is a comic creation dripping with ideas, all made to look so effortless”

5 stars “A must see. I can see us talking about it for a long time to come”

“A total triumph. The needle on the laughometer is overworked to breaking point”