Eamonn Fleming

Eamonn has been a professional actor for over twenty years, working at every level of the industry, from fringe venues to full-scale West End productions. He’s even devised a show in a forest in southern Japan!

His credits include the Olivier Nominated The Full Monty, which premiered at Sheffield Theatres before transferring to the Noel Coward Theatre in London. He has also worked extensively for Hull Truck (Me and Me Dad, Up and Under, A Christmas Carol), York Theatre Royal (Neville’s Island, The Dumb Waiter, The Hare and the Tortoise) and Pilot Theatre (Fungus the Bogeyman).

For a number of years he was a member of theatre company Big State, company-in-residence at Salisbury Arts Centre. TV credits include Coronation Street and Doctors.

More recently he has started making his own work for the first time, creating two shows directed by Andy Burden, Artistic Director of the Natural Theatre Company. The first of these was When I Was Ten I Could Fly. The show was a biographical piece about childhood and friendship that toured nationally.

This was followed by The Meaning of Riff, a devised show with original live music about Eamonn’s love/hate relationship with heavy metal, a critically derided but hugely popular musical form.

He is now working with LittleMighty to develop Confabulation, a show about memory and making stuff up.

“Delicious tales... hysterical demonstrations and wry comments... enlivened with plenty of musical interludes... and the passion that music, any music, can arouse.”

Venue Magazine

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