Matthew Macfadyen's Theatre Productions

Macbeth (1988)--Oakham School. QET stage.  One of Macduff's children

A Midsummer Night's Dream (1992)-- Oakham School. He played Demetrius.

Hedda Gabler-- RADA

Somewhere-- RADA

Tartuffe-- RADA

Miss Julie-- RADA

The Pope's Wedding (Summer 1993)-- RADA.  He played Wicket Keeper

The Crimson Island (March 1994)-- RADA. He played Mukkhin, the prompter (part 1)

Lorca's Death (July 1994)-- RADA. He played Rafael/Intellect

The Feigned Inconstancy (October/November 1994)-- RADA. He played Chevalier.

The Beggar's Opera (December 1994)-- RADA. He played Macheath

A Midsummer Night's Dream (March 1995) -- RADA. He played Starveling/Fairy

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (June 1995)-- RADA. He played Chief Bromen

The Libertine (1995)-- RADA Graduation Show. Matthew played John Wilmot

My Funny Valentine (1995) RADA Graduation Show. He played a solo part

The Duchess of Malfi (1995)--Cheek By Jowl Theater Company. Matthew played Antonio

A Midsummer Night's Dream (1996)-- Royal Shakespeare Theater Company. Matthew played Demetrius

The School for Scandal (1998)-- Royal Shakespeare Theater Company. Matthew played Charles Surface

Much Ado About Nothing (1998)-- Cheek By Jowl Theater Company. Matthew played Benedick

Battle Royal (1999)-- Royal National Theater. Matthew played Mr. Brougham

Henry IV (2005)-- Royal National Theater. Matthew played Prince Hal

Total Eclips (2006)-- {January 31, 2006} One night only.  Royal Court Theatre. For Looking back: 50 readings, 50 writers, 50 years,  1968 Total Eclipse by Christopher Hampton.  He played Paul Verlaine.

The Pain And The Itch (2007)-- Royal Court Jerwood Theater. Matthew plays the father

Private Lives (2010)-- (Feb 10-20, 2010) Theatre Royal, Bath.  Vaudeville Theatre on the Strand, London from Feb 24 (official start March 3, 2010) through May 1.   Matthew plays Elyot.

The Dunsinane Two (2010)-- (May 16, 2010) One night only.  It is the trial of Lord and Lady Macbeth in which they are not found guilty.  Written by Peter Moffat.  Performed for Charity.

Short History of the Royal Court (A Slander on the Truth) (2011)-- (May 5, 2011) One night only.  It was a short play performed as a fund raiser for the Royal Court Theatre.  Matthew played John Osborne.

Perfect Nonsense (2013-2014) -- 

Richmond Theatre 10-19 Oct 2013
Brighton Theatre Royal 22-26 Oct 2013
Duke of York's Theatre 30 Oct 2013 thru 8 March 2014 (opening night 12 November 2013). Matthew plays Jeeves



Matthew Macfadyen was nominated in 1998 for the Ian Charleson Award (Best classical actor under 30) for Cheek By Jowl's Much Ado About Nothing and RSC's School for Scandal