Peter Wicks – Actor
Ahoy-hoy, fellow traveller.
Peter is a formerly young, British man who does acting. He does speaking, he does moving. Sometimes simultaneously.

Here's what he's doing now, what he's done previously, and what he looks like.

Awards & Press

Awarded an NSDF Emerging Artists in association with Spotlight / Royal Shakespeare Company / Methuen Drama Commendation for Acting for A HERO OF OUR TIME.

For A HERO OF OUR TIME

“Masterful portrayal . . . His remarkable facial control and captivating stage presence mark him out as a man to watch . . . Truly brilliant.”
“Peter Wicks is measured, subtle, stunning.”
★★★★ ED FRINGE REVIEW

“The internal struggle of Peter Wicks’ Pechorin was eloquently performed, ranging from a desperate self-loathing and need for redemption through Princess Mary’s idealism and hope, to a cruel desire to wound her and be left to his own desolation.”
★★★★ THE SKINNY

“The quintessential anti-hero.”
★★★★ BROADWAY BABY

“Utterly electric.”
★★★★★ one4review

For YOU OBVIOUSLY KNOW WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT

“Eva Sampson . . . Helen Booth and Peter Wicks become the voice of the apartment and sing and dance their way through the story . . . They perform with a tongue-in-cheek humour and immense energy.”
★★★★ British Theatre Guide

“Eva Sampson’s production is not short on invention – bright and colourful and big of heart, a kind of live action cartoon. The energy of the company is endearing and the aesthetic incredibly well-realised.”
The Stage

“Mesmerising.”
★★★★★ The New Current

Portfolio

Credits

Further credits and details appear on my Spotlight page.

Theatre
Paul Leerman NIGHTMARES INC.
(PAPER CUTS 2)
Hen & Chickens Theatre Poppi Dee
& Chris Sonnex
Narrator GHOST STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY White Bear Theatre Zoe Holness
Storyteller YOU OBVIOUSLY KNOW
WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT
Roundhouse
Theatre503
Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe
Eva Sampson
How It Ended Productions
Pechorin A HERO OF OUR TIME Rose Theatre Kingston
Zoo, Edinburgh Fringe
Alex McSweeney
The Mayor THE SHOEMAKER’S WONDERFUL WIFE King’s Head Theatre Cordelia Howard
Schindler PASSION: BEETHOVEN’S SON
Rehearsed Reading
King’s Place Susan Lund
Gary THE TIME IS NOW New Wimbledon Studio Ben Clare
Lifelike Theatre
Moritz SPRING AWAKENING C Central, Edinburgh Fringe Ella West
Anton WARD NO. 6 Lord Stanley Theatre Victor Sobchak
Theatre Collection
Dan GREED New Wimbledon Studio Ben Clare
Lifelike Theatre
Multiple Roles STUCK IN A RUT Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe Matt Dye

Film / TV
Adam SILENCE IS WONDERFUL (Short Film) James Davis
Tiger Ambush
Hugo Thoms THE BITTER BURDENS
THAT WE BEAR
(Short Film) Leslie Rois
Mooroison
George Stephens THE HISTORY OF MARY PRINCE (Animated Film) Jason Young
John Gregory THE WESTERN DESIGN (Animated Film) Jason Young
Jack (Lead) MONKEY NUTS (Music Video) Mike Collins
Motion Brothers
Reporter CRISIS CONTROL (TV) Ben Blair
BBC
Voices NEGATIVE (Short Film) Vera Janev

Upcoming

What’s going on? Where am I? What am I doing? Don’t panic, stalker. Here’s the latest.

“You Obviously Know What I’m Talking About” at The Hat Factory, Luton, 18-20 April 2013

It’s back! Following a cracking run at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, You Obviously Know What I’m Talking About returns to the Hat Factory, Luton for 4 performances. Delighted to be mucking about with the achingly talented folk at How It Ended once more.

Here’s the beef:

You Obviously Know What I'm Talking About

How It Ended Productions present a magical theatrical experience about those days when if anything can go wrong it will and inevitably at the worst possible moment.

Welcome to a day in the life of Winfield Scott Boring. A man trapped in his own carefully orchestrated routine and an avid collector of things, Winfield has not left his apartment (42A Hockwell Green) for several years. Until one morning Winfield accidently climbs out of the wrong side of bed and begins an epic journey ruled by sods law. As he battles the elements and navigates his way through a world of colourful characters and wires crossed, Winfield’s imagination is his only limit.

Combining hilarious comic scenarios and deeply poignant visual sequences, You Obviously Know What I’m Talking About is an unforgettable tale that celebrates the topsy-turvy nature of life.

‘It’s bright and colourful and big of heart, a kind of live action cartoon’The Stage

‘Mesmerising. One of this year’s most delightfully charming productions’ ★★★★★ – New Current

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

www.howitendedproductions.com

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Really.

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