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Shôn Dale-Jones

  • Actor
  • Writer

Working as a producer, director, performer and writer with the BBC, Barbican, National Theatre Wales and Sydney Opera House, Shôn has presented his work all over the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia. He is best known as an award-winning writer/performer with his comic creation, Hugh Hughes and his hit shows 'Floating', 'Story Of A Rabbit', '360', 'Stories From An Invisible Town' and 'Things I Forgot I Remembered'. Winner of Best Scripted Comedy Drama at the BBC Radio Awards, he is currently developing a TV sitcom with Jon Plowman for the BBC.
Shôn is also Artistic Director for theatre company, Hoipolloi, for whom he wrote 'The Duke', a solo show designed to raise funds for Save the Children's Child Refugee Crisis Appeal. Whenever possible, the show is presented free, with audiences asked to make a donation to the charity rather than buy a ticket. The show has enjoyed sell out runs at the Royal Court, the Soho Theatre, the Cambridge Junction and the Edinburgh Festival where it won a Scotsman 'Fringe First' award. To date, Shôn has raised over £30,000 and counting.

Credit Highlights (See Full Credits)

Me and Robin Hood (Theatre and Live Performance)

Actor / Writer

2017

Hoipolloi

The Duke (Theatre and Live Performance)

Actor / Writer

2017

Hoipolloi

Hash Helmet (Podcast and Online Content)

Writer / Performer

2015

BBC Online

The Island (Television)

Writer / Creator

2015

BBC

Things I Forgot I Remembered (Theatre and Live Performance)

Writer / Performer

2013

National Theatre Wales

Video

Contacts

PBJ Switchboard
020 7287 1112
Agent:
Kate Haldane
Contact
Kate Haldane
kateh@pbjmanagement.co.uk