|Phil left Market Rasen in 1980
for an eight year spell teaching in Athens. Continuing with his
interest in theatre, he was Chairman, Director and Actor with the
Returning to the UK, Phil spent two years at Nottingham University (where he also acted in The Crucible). Continuing with his education, Phil spent 1989-92 in London studying for an MA.
Bored with English weather, Phil spent the next three years as the Head of Art at the Kamuzu Academy in Malawi. Between fighting three bouts of Malaria, Phil directed an all-African cast in The Tempest.
Since 1992 Phil has been the Head of Art in a girls' school in Bishop Stortford in Cambridgeshire. He re-married and his daughter, Clea, was born in 1996. Being a father leaves no time for theatre these days. Phil says that his dislike for this country's weather may well drive him, his Greek wife and Clea back to Greece!
Phil would welcome anyone who wishes to reminisce. Drop him an email if you remember him from any of the shows listed below.
|The Sport of My Mad Mother||Steve||March 1980|
|A Collier's Tuesday Tea||Joe Clegghorn||December 1979|
|The Balcony||Director||October 1978|
|Threepenny Opera||Matt||March/April 1978|
|Victorian Melodrama and Olde Tyme Music Hall||A Dramatic Monologue||Nov/Dec 1977|
|A Resounding Tinkle / Still Life||Vicar / Stanley||Sept/Oct 1977|
|Uncle Vanya||Stage Management / A Labourer||March 1977|
|The Business of Good Government||Joseph||December 1976|