Theatre

Sam Heughan’s Theatre Roles

Sam graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2003. This page contains most of his theatre roles since graduating. Please take a moment to read a spotlight article about his experiences in theatre and school here.

King John, 2012, played John.

Batman Live, 2011-2012 played Batman.

 AMPHIBIANS By Steve Waters (Offstage Theatre at The Bridewell, 2011)

The Talented Mr. Ripley, 2010, played Richard Greenleaf at the Royal and Derngate.

Plague Over England, 2009 played Gregory at the Duchess Theatre, West End.

Romeo and Juliet, 2008 played Paris at the Dundee Repertory Theatre.

Macbeth, 2008 played Malcolm at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.

The Pearlfisher, 2007 played Roderick, Eddie the Gaffer at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.

Hamlet, 2007 played Guildenstern and Fortinbras at the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow.

The Vortex, 2007 played Tom Veryan at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

  • The Vortex, by Noel Coward. General description of the play since I couldn’t find anything about this specific performance.

Knives in Hens, 2005 played Pony William at the TAG Theatre Company, Glasgow.

Outlying Islands, 2002 played John at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London.

Romeo and Juliet, played Romeo at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

The Twits, played Bird at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

Prometheus Bound, played Hermes at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

Crime & Punishment, played Razumikhin at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

The Seagull, played Konstantin at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama

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