Paul T. Davies

For Frequency Theatre: ACTOR

Paul T. Davies is an academic, actor, writer and director. He has a PhD from the University of East Anglia and a Master of Arts from the University of Essex, and has lectured on theatre for most of his career.

His recent performances include playing Prospero, Caliban and Gonzalo n Father Hen’s production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (2012 tour), Dr. Rance in What The Butler Saw, and several parts in Chameleon Web’s The Three Musketeers. His plays include Triptych (Mohican Blue, 2005), The Green Room (4th Wall) and Downtown, which he directed for a sell out performance at the 2011 Pulse Festival. He worked extensively as an actor and director for Everyman Theatre in Cardiff, and has also directed several productions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

He has been published in Alternatives in the Mainstream II, Queer Theatre, and writes regular theatre reviews for the Gazette. He was nominated for the UCS Lecturer of the Year Award in 2010, and now teaches part time at the University of Derby, freeing himself up to also work on projects such as Frequency Theatre!


Written by Matt Meritt and Judy Upton

Jack, aged seven, LOVES dinosaurs. Unfortunately, not all of his teachers do...


Written by Rosalyn Cayle and researched by David Norton

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

Loyalty Cards

Written by Kenneth Emson

We must remember our recycling, we must remember our loyalty cards, and we must, above all, remember the polar bears.

Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Written by Cally Hayes

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

Calling the Tune

Written by Phoebe Lambert

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