1963 – “Semi-Detached” by David Turner at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln.
1964 – “Henry V” by William Shakespeare at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.
Started Sunday night productions at the Mermaid Theatre with “Lazarus” by Pirandello.
1965 – Second production of “The Shoemaker’s Holiday” by Thomas Dekker at the Mermaid Theatre.
1970 – “Mr. Joyce Is Leaving Paris” by Tom Gallacher at the Basement Theatre, Soho.
1971 – “The Kapo” by Andrew Mullett at the Basement Theatre, Soho.
“The Love Songs Of Martha Canary” by Iain Blair at the King’s Head Theatre.
“Mr. Joyce Is Leaving Paris” by Tom Gallacher at the Dublin Theatre Festival and subsequently at the King’s Head Theatre (1972).
1972 – “Revival!” by Tom Gallacher at the Dublin Theatre Festival and subsequently at the King’s Head Theatre (1973).
“Let’s Murder Vivaldi” by David Mercer with “The Problem” by A.R. Gurney at the King’s Head Theatre
Co-directed a film of “Mr. Joyce Is Leaving Paris”.
1973 – “Schellenbrack” by Tom Gallacher at the King’s Head Theatre.
“Napoleon, Session 2” (own play) at the Orange Tree Theatre.
“The Only Street” by Tom Gallacher at the Dublin Theatre Festival and subsequently the King’s Head Theatre.
1974 – “The Man Who Knew He Was Jesus Christ” by Mike Jackson at the King’s Head Theatre.
“Twigs” by George Furth at the Gate Theatre, Dublin.
1975 – “Volunteers!” by Brian Friel at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
“Chocolate Cake” by Nicholas Wood at the King’s Head Theatre.
“The Sea-Horse” by Edward Moore at the Dublin Theatre Festival.
“Private Lives” by Noel Coward at the Eblana Th., Dublin.
1976 – “A Slight Accident” by James Saunders at the Orange Tree Theatre.
“Spokesong” (musical) by Stewart Parker at the King’s Head Theatre.
“A Streetcar named Desire” by Tennessee Williams at the Theatre Royal, Norwich (and touring).
1980 – “Catchpenny Twist” (musical) by Stewart Parker at the King’s Head Theatre.
“Fearless Frank” revived at the Princess Theatre Broadway.
“Dangerous Corner” by J.B. Priestley at the Ambassadors’ Theatre.
1981 – Continuing run of “Dangerous Corner”, Ambassadors’ Theatre. (Total, ten months).
1982 – “Dangerous Corner” at Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv, Israel.
1983 – “Noises Off” by Michael Frayn at Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv.
“Outlaw” by Michael Abbensetts at the Arts Theatre, then touring.
1984 – “’Night, Mother” by Marsha Norman at Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv.
1985 – “Swimming Pools At War” by Yves Navarre, Off-Stage Theatre, London.
“An Englishman’s Humour” by Peter Jones, Southwold and Sudbury.
1986 – “Matthew, Mark, Luke and Charlie” (own play), Latchmere Theatre.
“Marlowe” (musical) by Leo Rost and Jimmy Horowitz, King’s Head Theatre.
“I Ought To Be In Pictures” by Neil Simon, Off-Stage Theatre.
1989 – “Creditors” by August Strindberg with “Latin” by Stephen Fry, New End Theatre.
1996 – “Portrait Of A Madonna” by Tennessee Williams at The Spitz.
1997 – “Elsa-Edgar” by Bob Kingdom, Edinburgh Festival.
1998 – “London Assurance” by Dion Boucicault, Midland tour and Dublin Theatre Festival.
1999 – “My Heart” (own two-hander), Tristan Bates Theatre.
2000-01 – “My Heart” in London, Reading, Brighton, Suffolk etc.
2001 – “Oleanna” by David Mamet, Hampton Hill Playhouse.
“Ghosts In The Cottonwoods” by Adam Rapp, Arcola Theatre.
2002 – “Passion Play” by Peter Nichols, The Rosemary Branch.
2003 – “Oedipus Rex” by Sophocles and “Oedipus at the Crossroads” by Jeremy Kingston, double bill, The Rosemary Branch.
“The Comedy of Errors”, by William Shakespeare, The Rosemary Branch.
2004 – “Making Dickie Happy” by Jeremy Kingston, The Rosemary Branch.
2005 – “Sex, Death & A Baked Swan” by Deborah Cook, The Rosemary Branch.
“Making Dickie Happy” revived at The Warehouse Theatre, Croydon.
2006 – “Golden Opportunities” by Eugène Scribe (translated & adapted by Anthony Curtis), Warehouse Theatre, Croydon.
2008 – “Chains” by Eugène Scribe (tr. by Anthony Curtis) rehearsed reading, Trafalgar Studios.
“Les Bouches Inutiles” by Simone de Beauvoir (tr. as Useless Mouths by Anthony Curtis) script in hand performance, National Theatre Studio.
No Signal “You Me ‘n’ Him”
M.I. High “Dark Star” Kudos Films
Heroes and Villains
Bonjour La Classe (as “Gilbert Herring” – Series regular)
So You Think You’ve Got Troubles
Heil Honey I’m Home
I Woke Up One Morning (series)
Keep It In The Family (as “Dudley Rush” – own Series; five recorded)
Only When I Laugh
The Rise and Fall of Reginald Perrin
How’s Your Father
A Soft Touch
Born and Bred
Come Back Mrs Noah
George and Mildred
It Ain’t Half Hot Mum
Van Der Valk
Midnight Is A Place (series)
Naught For Their Comfort
The Liver Birds
The Good Life
It’s Cold Outside
The Life of Riley
Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads?
His and Hers
The Onedin Line
Mr Digby Darling
The Drinking Party
Romeo and Juliet
Danger Island (series)
The Caucasian Chalk Circle
The Queen and The Rebels
Limes From Sicily
The Haunted House
Mincemeat – Cardboard Citizens
Rosencrantz and Guilderstern Are Dead – Arcola Theatre
The Lower Depths – Cardboard Citizens
Mendelssohn’s Dream – City of London Sinfonia
Twelfth Night – RSC
The Broken Heart – RSC
Midsummer Night’s Dream – RSC and USA Tour
Rose Tattoo – Playhouse, London
A Jovial Crew – National Studio
Beside The Sea – Royal, Windsor
Paradise – Theatre Upstairs – Royal Court
Good Woman of Setzuan – Royal Court
Ionesco Tripple Bill – The Young Vic
Discussions – Soho Theatre
Keep Out, Love In Progress – BasementTheatre
The Hero Rises Up – Roundhouse Theatre
Fanny’s First Play – Mermaid Theatre
Dandy Dick – DICK Mermaid Theatre
A Shoemaker’s Holiday – Mermaid Theatre
Treasure Island – Mermaid Theatre
The Caine Mutiny Court Martial – Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre
Major Barbara – Glasgow Citizens’ Theatre
The Caretaker – Belgrade Theatre
Macbeth – Old Vic Theatre
As You Like It – Old Vic Theatre
Lost in London
Prince of Denmark Hill
Midsummer Night’s Dream
The Prisoner of Zenda
The Thirty Nine Steps
Force 10 From Navarone
At The Earth’s Core
Barry McKenzie Holds His Own
The National Health
Carry On Up The Front
The Great Escape (Part III)
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins
Catch Me A Spy
A Severed Head
Every Home Shouw Have One
Tie Square Peg
A Night To Remember
Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads
Galbraith and The King of Diamonds
Lord Peter Wimsey
Galbraith and the Midas Touch (Series)
Albert and Me
Crime on the Knock
Awau From The Light
Give or Take
Beyond The Book
I wrote a number of pieces for That Was The Week That Was in the great days of satire, by far the most celebrated of which was A Consumer’s Guide To Religion.
Performed originally by David Frost, it caused reverberations in the pulpit, the House, the press and radio and eventually travelled to New York in cabaret. I have co-authored a TV play, a ghost story; directed my own short play Napoleon, Session 2 and later produced and directed my own full-length stage play Matthew, Mark, Luke and Charlie.
I have recently written and produced a dramatic dialogue for two people called My Heart, in which I play Michael Smith.