Robert Bradley is a Glaswegian actor working in theatre, film, TV, and voiceover.
Antic Disposition’s Macbeth at Temple Church, London.
Inspired by supernatural promises, a powerful nobleman and his ambitious wife carve a bloody path to the throne of Scotland. But as the true horror of their crimes begins to be revealed, both the realm and its rulers are plunged into madness. Shakespeare's heady brew of greed, murder and dark magic comes to London’s incomparably atmospheric Temple Church in Antic Disposition’s bold new production.
Located in the secluded heart of London’s legal quarter, between Fleet Street and the River Thames, Temple Church was built by the Knights Templar in the 12th-century and is one of London’s most beautiful and historic buildings. Perhaps best known for its unusual round form and stone effigies of medieval knights, Temple Church became famous more recently as a key location in Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code.
The Stage ★★★★ theupcoming.co.uk ★★★★★ pocketsizetheatre.com ★★★★
London Theatre Reviews ★★★★ Reviews Hub ★★★★ Londonist.com ★★★★
The Eyes of The Night / Los Ojos de la Noche - at the Cervantes Theatre
As part of their new season, the Cervantes Theatre staged a rehearsed reading of Paloma Pedrero’s tense, provocative play Los Ojos de la Noche (The Eyes of the Night), directed by the fantastic Simone Coxall and performing opposite the amazing Carolina Herran.
An unexpected encounter between and older woman, who supposedly has triumphed in life, and a young blind man, who she has hired to spend a few hours in a hotel room with, can be the trigger for a new life for both of them.
Robert was filming in London recently for a new TV drama, full details to be published soon.
The six part drama, due to hit screens in 2019, will feature Robert in one episode and will be his first TV role (he’s very excited and will be sharing all the info here once he’s allowed to).