Simon Callow

Simon Callow brings The Man Jesus to West End as part of UK tour
By Editorial Staff · 3 Jul 2014

Callow's latest one man show explores the story of Jesus through the people who knew him

Michael Coveney: Ayckbourn's friend Resnais dies, Callow's Shakespeare returns, ENO's Rodelinda rules
By Michael Coveney · 3 Mar 2014

Alain Resnais enjoyed a lasting friendship with playwright Alan Ayckbourn

Simon Callow brings Being Shakespeare back to the West End for three week run
By Ben Hewis · 11 Feb 2014

The twice WhatsOnStage Award nominated actor will appear at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Simon Callow's Being Shakespeare at the Harold Pinter Theatre?
By Ben Hewis · 7 Feb 2014

The one man play is expected to follow Mojo which closes this week

Inside Wagner's Head (Plymouth)
By Karen Bussell · 15 Dec 2013

Inside Wagner's Head at Plymouth, Theatre Royal, an uninterrupted lecture by the engaging Simon Callow on the complexities of the German composer, is fascinating stuff.

Chin-Chin (Windsor)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 21 Oct 2013

This bitter-sweet comedy at Windsor Theatre Royal offers "a perfect evening out", says Katherine Graham

Sheffield dominates UK Theatre Awards, Full Monty and This Is My Family among winners
By Theo Bosanquet · 20 Oct 2013

A good year for Sheffield Theatres is marked by four awards, while Janie Dee and Cush Jumbo are among the winning performers

Simon Callow wins Outstanding Contribution award at 2013 UK Theatre Awards
By Editorial Staff · 10 Oct 2013
The veteran actor, director and playwright will be presented with the award later this month
My First Play... Simon Callow
By Simon Callow · 4 Oct 2013

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of leading theatre publisher Nick Hern Books, we're running a daily extract from its popular book My First Play every day this week. Our final subject is veteran actor and playwright Simon Callow, whose solo shows include A Christmas Carol, Being Shakespeare and Inside Wagner's Head

Michael Coveney: Simon Callow and Rory Kinnear join the ranks of fine playwrights
By Michael Coveney · 19 Sep 2013
Actors are not often good writers, but many of the best playwrights - Shakespeare, Noel Coward, Harold Pinter, John Osborne and Peter Nichols - have been actors, and two more of them, Simon Callow ...