David Rubin

Credits include:

Recent TV/Film: Vera (ITV), Judy (Calamity Films), Doctor Who 2018 (BBC)

Theatre: Tamburlaine (RSC), Oxy and the Morons (Ipswich New Wolsey), Woyzeck (Old Vic), People, Places and Things (National Theatre/Headlong/West End), Richard III (West Yorkshire Playhouse), A Mad World My Masters (RSC/ETT), Pitcairn (Out of Joint/Shakespeare's Globe/Chichester), Twelfth Night (Liverpool Everyman), Titus Andronicus (RSC), These Trees Are Made of Blood (BAC), The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Kensington Palace Gardens), Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World (BAC/Tara Arts), Hamlet (RSC), Romeo and Juliet (RSC), The Winter's Tale (RSC), The Grain Store (RSC), American Trade (RSC), Julius Caesar (RSC), Le Morte d'Arthur (RSC), The Overcoat (Gecko Theatre), Taylor's Dummies (Gecko Theatre), Fightface (Lyric Hammersmith), Antony and Cleopatra (RSC), The Threepenny Opera (National Theatre), The Tempest (RSC), Stomp (Yes/No Productions), The Wizard of Oz (Oldham Coliseum), Five Guys Named Moe (West End), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Company (Ipswich New Wolsey), A Midsummer Night's Dream (National Theatre), Sleeping Beauty (Theatre Royal Stratford East), As You Like It (National Theatre), Peter Pan (Southampton Nuffield), The Tempest (National Theatre).

Film and TV: The Block (DT Films), Birds of a Feather (ITV/Retort/Quirky Media), Too Close for Comfort (DT Films), Three Sheets to the Wind (DT Films), Playing With Fire (DT Films), The Passion (BBC/HBO), After a Time (Independent), Crossover (Independent), Walking With Cavemen (BBC/Discovery), Holby City (BBC), Eastenders (BBC), Dalziel and Pascoe (BBC), Sitting Pretty (BBC), Mysteries of July (Channel 4).

Full CV available on request.