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Justin Butcher is a writer, director, producer, actor and musician. His best known works include the multi-award-winning solo play SCARAMOUCHE JONES, originally starring the late Pete Postlethwaite, the hit anti-war satire THE MADNESS OF GEORGE DUBYA and its sequels, A WEAPONS INSPECTOR CALLS and GUANTANAMO BAYWATCH, (which played with great success at the Arts Theatre and later at Charing Cross Theatre) as well as five plays for BBC Radio 4.

Justin holds BA and MA Honours degrees in Classics Greats from Oxford University and trained as an actor at Drama Studio London. He is artistic director of Passion Pit Theatre and also founder and director of the north London choir Vox Holloway. He works extensively as a conductor, MD, organist, pianist and singer.

Favourite acting roles to date range from Richie Vallens in BUDDY at the Victoria Palace Theatre to Hortensio in THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at Nottingham Playhouse, directed by Rupert Goold. Justin played SCARAMOUCHE JONES for the season at Pleasance Courtyard at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Languages: English
Nationality: Greek, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Romanian
Bases: London

“... Justin Butcher is superb in his delivery: engaging, animated and endearing”

-CAMERON ENGLAND, ADELAIDE ADVERTISER
Featured Credits
Dragon in THE DRAGON (2015)
Daniel Goldman/Southwark Playhouse/Tangram Theatre
Scaramouche Jones in SCARAMOUCHE JONES (2014)
Guy Masterson/Pleasance Edinburgh/London
Henry Carson in MARY BARTON
Claire Grove/BBC R4
Hortensio in THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
David Farr/Nottingham Playhouse
Richard Smythe in THE END OF THE AFFAIR
Rupert Goold/Salisbury Playhouse
Pericles in PERICLES
James Roose-Evans/Riverside Studios & UK tour
Ritchie Valens in BUDDY
Rob Bettinson/Victoria Palace & Strand Theatre