Acting

Patrick Walshe McBride

Patrick Walshe McBride

Height 6’2”   
Eyes Hazel             
Hair Brown         
Singing Voice Baritone

Parts played at Guildhall School
Ned Cheeryble in Nicholas Nickleby Part Two (dir. Joseph Blatchley)
Woodcutter in Blood Wedding (dir. Christian Burgess)
Orlando in As You Like It (dir. Owen Horsley)
Devised Project (dir. Charlotte Gwinner)
Samuel Pepys in The Diary of Samuel Pepys (radio, dir. Jane Morgan)
David in Company (dir. Ian Good)     
Kreon in Oedipus Rex (dir. Patsy Rodenburg)
Sparkish in The Country Wife (dir. Wendy Allnutt)
Charteris in The Philanderer (dir. Paul Miller)
Victor in Private Lives (dir. Paul Miller)
Trigorin in The Seagull (dir. Wyn Jones)
William in Harvest (dir. Robin Belfield)
Jesus and Satan in The Mystery Plays (dir. Richard Goulding)

Other experience
Peer Gynt in Peer Gynt (dir. Alain Perroux) BBC SO, Barbican
Ed in The Love Story (dir. Freddy Syborn) Negative Capability, Edinburgh
Polonius in Hamlet (dir. Max Barton) British Shakespeare Association, Elsinore
Sir Andrew in Twelfth Night (dir. Martin Hutson) Cambridge Arts Theatre
Michael in Hostage (dir. Keith Akushie) Cambridge Footlights, ADC Theatre
Fluellen in Henry V (dir. Marieke Audsley) CAST, American Tour
Balthasar in Romeo and Juliet (dir. Robert Icke) ADC Theatre
Victor in Totally Over You (dir. Zan Foster) Tricycle Theatre

Workshop with Mike Alfreds
Workshop with Declan Donnellan & Nick Ormerod
TV and film workshops with Peter Cregeen, Niall Fraser, Brett Fallis and James Larkin
Radio and voiceover workshops with Jane Morgan, Jonathan Keeble and Hamish Wilson
Dance Theatre workshop with Roberto Romei, Monica Vannucchi and Roberto Fratini
Performed extensively with improvised comedy group
Former member of the National Youth Theatre

Skills
BA in Oriental Studies (Cambridge), improvisation, Stage Combat Proficiency Certificate (Silver), period dance, very strong ear for accents

Languages
Fluent Arabic and Spanish, advanced French

Native accent 
RP

Dialects 
Heightened RP, American (General, Mid-West and New York), London, Irish (Northern and Southern), Yorkshire