David Norton

For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR ~ DIRECTOR ~ PRODUCER

An Actor and Community Theatre Practitioner currently employed at the Mercury Theatre, Colchester. David received his training at East 15 acting school and has run Drama projects with Youth Theatres, Homeless Shelters, Pupil Referral Units, Nurseries, Primary and Secondary schools. His skills include Acting, Directing, Workshop Facilitation, Clowning, Mime, Commedia dell’arte, Juggling, Film Making, Stage Combat, Living History, Political Theatre, TIE, Participation Theatre, Site Specific and Street Theatre.

After Heineken

Written by Bethany Sharp

Simon likes to talk. That. Is. All.

Read No Evil

Written by Caro Dixey

How many more bad news stories can there be?


Written by Rich Chilver

This Christmas Pantomime gets an audio theatre twist!


Written by Rosalyn Cayle and researched by David Norton

A pair of separate tiny plays, telling stories in the shortest time.

Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Written by Cally Hayes

A woman tries to navigate her way through the 'Big Society'.

A Disappearance in an Essex Churchyard, 1828

Written by Graham Watts

When Edgar visits a church deep in the Essex marshes, he is invited to stay a night in the rectory by the affable Reverend Griswold.

Calling the Tune

Written by Phoebe Lambert

A divorcee and a widow meet and tentatively spend more time together.

Two Thirds

Written by Nicholas Barton-Wines, Gari Jones & Rich Chilver

A fractured relationship; we hear three different accounts.


From an idea by Bethany Sharp

Anna has left her city life and moved home, but her family can't understand why.


Written by Jenny Gruner

What do you do with your partner when they refuse to speak, or move, or even acknowledge you?