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Patrick Barlow

Patrick Barlow is an English actor, comedian and playwright. His comedic alter ego, Desmond Olivier Dingle, is the founder, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the two-man National Theatre of Brent, which has performed on stage, on television and on radio. 

As a playwright, his work includes: a stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps (West Yorkshire Playhouse, 2005, then Tricycle Theatre and West End, as well as productions in Australia, New Zealand and Broadway); The Wonder of Sex (National Theatre, London, 2001); Love Upon the Throne (Edinburgh Festival and West End, 1998); and The Messiah (Tricycle Theatre, London, 1983; revived in a new version for a UK tour, 2018).

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Love Upon the Throne

A gleefully comic retelling of the Charles and Diana story, designed to be performed by two (male) actors.

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The Messiah (2001 edition)

A comic version of the greatest story ever told, from the National Theatre of Brent.

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The Wonder of Sex

A delightfully wacky comedy about the facts of life, from the fictional 'National Theatre of Brent'.

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The Messiah (2018 edition)

A hilarious Christmas comedy that conjures up the sublime, the ridiculous and the truly angelic.

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