Noël Coward’s


05 Nov – 22 Dec 2021

Philip d’Orléans

Philip is a member of the Equity Register of Fight Directors, and of the teaching and examining staff of the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. He has worked throughout Europe and America, alongside his regular teaching commitments for RADA, Drama Studio London and other drama schools and universities.

Theatre credits include: Shakespeare in Love (Norwegian National Theatre), The Prince and the Pauper and The Wind in the Willows (New Vic Theatre Newcastle), Richard III, Henry VI and Bartholomew Fair (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse), For Services Rendered and Stitchers (Jermyn Street Theatre), Botticelli in the Fire (Hampstead Theatre), Brassed Off (Northern Broadsides), Richard III (The Rose Theatre) Blenheim, Twelfth Night, Merry Wives of Windsor and Romeo & Juliet (Guildford Shakespeare Company), Henry V (The Rose Theatre York), Agreed (Glyndebourne Opera), Merry Wives of Windsor and King Lear (Shakespeare’s Globe), Andrea Chenier (Royal Opera House), Simon Boccanegra (Greek National Opera), Roméo et Juliette (Korea National Opera), Titus Andronicus (Royal Shakespeare Company), The Outsider (The Print Room), Brighton Rock (Theatre Royal York), The Lion in Winter and Jekyll & Hyde (Frankfurt English Theatre).

Philip directed fights in numerous productions for Vienna’s English Theatre, including Witness For the Prosecution, Dial ‘M’ For Murder, Sleuth, Wait Until Dark, Corpse! and many more.

Philip’s screen work includes films for Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures and documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4.