Patrick has been a Director, Actor, Writer, Dramaturg & Lecturer in Theatre for over forty years.
He studied English Literature at St Catherine's College, Cambridge, where he specialised in Modern European Drama.
After twenty years as a professional actor he founded Group K Theatre with Designer Bruno Santini. Major projects included an adaptation of Kafka's Amerika (Southwark Playhouse: Time Out's Critic's Choice), Kristendom (based on Medieval Catalan war epic Tirant lo Blanc: Bridewell Theatre), Shrew'd (an adaptation of Shakepeare's The Taming of the Shrew and John Fletcher's The Tamer Tamed: Arcola Theatre) and Presto (Or the Secret Life of Swift and Gulliver) (Arts Council-funded national tour, and Riverside Studios).
Most recent work includes: Dramaturg for Lucidity Suitcase Incontinental's Seventeen Border Crossings (Bogata Colombia, Philadelphia USA, Edinburgh Fringe and Manchester Lowry).
Associate Artist with Hallucinating Angels. Projects include: Co-Director & Devisor of We Are For Sale (DLWP, 2012), Director of Band of Gold (Coastal Currents & DLWP, 2013).
Writer & Director of Seven Seconds (Hastings Fringe Festival, 2017).
Recent return to performing in Hitleria Pizzeria for Its Not Us theatre company.
Writer (book) & Director for Paris Snow Musical (Kino-Teatr, March 2017).
He is excited to be in pre-production for Caravan of Love, which will play at Prague Fringe Festival in May 2018.
His one-man show The Life and Times of Archie & Mehitabel will play at Hastings Fringe Festival in July 2018.
Tom Daldry - Writer, Producer & Dramaturg
Tom completed a BA in English Literature from Manchester University (2014), and an MA in Critical Theory from Sussex University (2015) - specialising in Victorian Literature. Since graduating, he has worked in a number of roles in the arts sector.
In 2016 he began working with Theatre Nation on Paris Snow Musical. Since, he has collaborated on Seven Seconds (Hastings Fringe Festival) and Hamlet.
His first play Caravan of Love will be staged at Prague Fringe Festival 2018.