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Alec Clements



Alec graduated from Royal Holloway university last year with a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing. During his time at university, Alec was heavily involved within the theatre departments, both as a director and an actor. In Alec’s third year he directed Arthur Miller’s ‘A View from the Bridge’ which was invited to be performed in a prestigious International school in Paris. Alec has had an interest in playwriting for many years and is currently in the process of finalising his play, ‘Ding. Ding. Ding’ which is due to be performed in the studio theatre at Titchfield Festival Theatre in February. Before university Alec had the opportunity to work at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre as a runner. This experience lasted for the entirety of the ‘Season of Plenty’ where Alec worked with a number of different directors. Following on from this, Alec then assisted Nick Bagnall and Simon Armitage on their production of, ‘The Death of King Arthur’. Alec has performed in a variety of different productions, playing roles such as Romeo, for which he won the Royal Holloway award for best actor. After graduation Alec worked within the industry with many theatre companies, including TWAS’s production of ‘As You Like It’ as Orlando. Most recently, Alec has just finished performing in Jonathan Mumby’s production of ‘King Lear’ at the Minerva theatrein Chichester.