Just seven years after leaving drama school, Orlando Bloom has a burgeoning film career that would surely be the envy of any actor. His credits include many of the biggest blockbusters of recent years: The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Troy, The Pirates of the Caribbean (also now being made into a trilogy) and, just released, Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven. But what is he really hankering to do next? Appear on stage in London, of course. And not in the West End either. “I just want to do something at the Donmar (250 seats) or the Almeida (320 seats)”, the actor told Daily Mail columnist Baz Bamigboye. No specific production or timeframe has been mooted but Bloom seems adamant nonetheless. “It’s more than an idea,” he said. “I think it’s something that has to happen.” He explained, “I did theatre at drama school (Guildhall School of Music and Drama), but I didn’t have the chance to do the stage work that, as a young actor, you feel you have to do before you do the big epic films.” Clearly, he’s got some catching up to do then.