Ken first graced a stage in a school Victorian melodrama as Archibald the wicked henchman. Not a very serious production he says, and ham acting at it’s best.
In more recent times he attended a drama workshop in 1989 at the The Leys High School, and while there was approached by Cookhill Amateur Dramatic Society to play Geoffrey the lover in ‘An Anagram of Murder’. While rehearsing for this, he auditioned for ‘As You Like It’ (Palace Theatre Company). A highlight was appearing in ‘The Tempest’ at the sadly defunct Waterside Theatre in Stratford.
For Wythall Ken has appeared in several productions, his favourite being Frank in ‘The Memory of Water’ (May 2004).
Ken is currently a Wythall Angel and supports our events and productions as a sponsor of the Company.
When not on stage he can be found helping to build the sets, and on several occasions as stage manager. He’s good but strict – don’t argue with him!
Memory of Water
Curious Savage (2002)
Man of the Moment
David and Crewman