Tim is a dedicated hard working actor who at present works for Carabosse Theatre Company. His stage work has included contemporary and classical drama, comedy and he's also been a performance poet and guest radio presenter. He's also acted in a number of films most recently the feature films Finding Fatimah with Danny Ashok (Four Lions, Silk) and Nina Wadia (Eastenders) (cinema release 21 April 2017) and Milk and Honey with Nicholas Brennan (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and Mark Wingett (The Bill).
SELECTION OF RECENT WORK
Playing Macbeth: An Actor's Journey into the Role
'Tim Dalgleish has surpassed himself in this fascinating autobiographical effort to pass on the very essence of the art of theatrical performance to the next generation of actors... The reader embarks on a thrilling journey... This little book is actually too big and monumental to give it the credit due within the constraints of this review, but ... it's essential reading for any actor.'
*****Five Star rating from Readers' Favorite (review by Deepak Menon)
'FANTASTIC INSIDER'S ACCOUNT... the author has a splendid voice which enhances the experience. If I did have a complaint it would only be that I was sorry for it to end so soon. I would have loved a longer book, but I still would recommend this book to anyone who loves the language of Shakespeare...' Amazon-Audible customer, USA
A film by Carl Lewis Films (2015)
This short film about a young girl being treated for Niemann-Pick disease (Tim plays the doctor treating her) has received a number of accolades Special Mention at the Marbella International Film Festival, nominated for Best Young Director at Winchester Film Festival, recently selected for the Screentest 2016 Film Festival. It has now had over 300,000 views on youtube.
World premiere and first major stage adaptation of Mervyn Peake's Penguin Classic. Officially endorsed by Fabian Peake and the Mervyn Peake estate. Tim Dalgleish was a co-writer and actor (Dr Alfred Prunesquallor) on this ambitious project for Carabosse Theatre. Peake's book is a cult classic with many extreme, odd and amusing characters: Steerpike, Swelter, Fuschia, Lord and Lady Groan and the Prunesquallors.
'The set was itself a tour de force... An excellent performance... from a company that needs no encouragement ... an inspired cast'
MK Pulse Magazine
'...a marvellous evening... a wonderful and impressive show'
A true story from the Second World War based on the events of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and the resistance leader Mordechai Anielewicz. Tim Dalgleish was a co-writer (and actor) on this play for Voices of the Holocaust Theatre Company (www.voicesoftheholocaust.co.uk) an international and UK touring company dedicated teaching the history of the holocaust.
'Sensitively acted and produced'
Fractured Minds aka 2025
Tom Haddon is a genius. A formidable man who found a way to reverse Dyslexia in young children. His research into mind manipulation saved a generation from many forms of learning difficulties. But like most things in life the gain comes with a price.
Thirty years on and technology has evolved. Cars can drive themselves, PCs don’t exist and laptops are a rarity. Nobody has a mobile phone anymore; instead they wear a Virtual User Interface, sophisticated glasses known as VUI’s. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, the hands free VUI’s augment your reality into whatever you desire.
Pippa Sutton lives her life in conflict. The Haddon family represent everything that she stands against. Yet Tom took her in and loved her as his own daughter after her mother died when she was just six years old.
The Haddon’s are implicated in the suicide of a Politician. Murder and violence dominate the headlines and Pippa’s own life is in danger. Her loyalties are torn apart, does she fight for what’s right or does she stand firm with the family she owes so much to?