Posted: 13 March 2014
His new show features 46 tape decks through which a silent Daniel projects a pre-recorded multi strand narrative. All of the work is created by himself and his skills in manipulating these old-tech dinosaurs showcase his multi-tasking abilities: as technician, writer, director and performer.
His unique flavour and perceptive comedic flair have earned him a huge fan base with a plethora of sold out gigs under his belt. Throughout his career he has shied from the spotlight, shunning interviews and tv performances, but this has not curtailed his rise to fame. His genre-defying work encompassing stand-up and one-person theatre performances earned him the Perrier Award in 2002.
Daniel completed a BA drama degree from the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance prior to his stand-up career. His show Analog.Ue runs in the National Theatre from 17–20 March.
Drama Alumna Nominated for Olivier Award
Drama alumna Rachel John has been nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her role as Angelica Schuyler in Hamilton.
Posted: 16 March 2018
Roehampton students takeover the Horniman Museum
The Horniman Museum partnered with the University of Roehampton for Neon Late, an event with a full spectrum of performances, music and tours on the theme of neon held at the beginning of March.
Posted: 9 March 2018
Matt Henry MBE gives keynote at RSU LGBTQ+ Conference
Roehampton Alumnus, Matt Henry is an Olivier Award winning actor for his role in Kinky Boots and has just been awarded an MBE as part of the Queen’s New Year’s Honour List for services to theatre and arts.
Posted: 22 February 2018