Waverley







Justin is a playwright, actor, director, musician, producer and creative consultant. Writing credits include the multi-award winning Scaramouche Jones, originally starring Pete Postlethwaite, the 2003 hit anti-war satire The Madness of George Dubya, the acclaimed Go To Gaza, Drink The Sea and six plays for BBC radio.  His latest play, The Devil’s Passion, was broadcast on BBC R3 in December 2017, starring David Suchet in the title role.

 

As actor, he has worked all over the world in theatre, film, TV and radio, with credits including, Electric Dreams: Impossible Planet (Channel 4/Amazon US, directed by David Farr), Let me Go (award-winning new feature film, starring Juliet Stevenson, directed by Polly Steele), Mary Barton (BBC R4), Zindabad (Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford), The Taming of the Shrew (Nottingham Playhouse), The End of the Affair (Salisbury Playhouse) and Buddy (Victoria Palace & Strand Theatres). 

 

He has worked extensively as creative consultant in the business, government and voluntary sectors, across the UK and Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa, with clients including the Army, Barclays, BMW, British & Foreign Bible Society, British Television Advertising Awards, CAFOD, Cancer Research UK, Centrica, Christian Aid, Firehouse, General Electric, Make Poverty History coalition, Nissan, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, Central & Eastern Europe, Russia and Turkey, Prudential, Shell, Trade Justice Campaign and the UK Government Office of Fair Trading.

 

He has written several highly successful training films for John Cleese and Anthony (‘Yes, Minister’) Jay’s company, Video Arts, starring John Cleese, Miranda Hart, Chris Searle and Tim Vine.

 

Together with his long-term collaborator, Andy Harrison, he has been delighted to work with Waverley Learning on many projects with many clients over many years. 

 

Justin’s book, WALKING TO JERUSALEM: Blisters, hope and other facts on the ground, is published by Hodder & Stoughton in November 2018.