Nick Rogers

Nick’s television credits as an actor include Hearts and Minds, Pleasureland and The Agents. He toured the UK appearing in a number of plays and stage productions before turning his hand to producing. As a producer, his recent productions include: The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End), Stepping Out (UK Number 1 Tours), The Ukulele Project (Edinburgh & UK Tour), Our Boys (Tour, Pleasance Theatre London and Criterion, West End) Decline and Fall (London), Artist Descending A Staircase (London), and Closer (The Hope Street Theatre, Liverpool).

Nick is a director of the commercial production and general management company, Arcade. Between 2010-2012, he was Artistic Associate with Red Lion Theatres which runs the Old Red Lion and New Red Lion Theatres in London. Nick is a director of the PapaTango New Writing Festival.

Together with Sam Donovan, Nick established Performers Theatre School in 2001, the Merseyside Academy of Drama in 2008 and The Hope Street Theatre in 2018. He has over 20 years experience of teaching acting and drama. He combines a busy creative practice with a career as a solicitor in London.