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As Bert in  The Trench  – Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company. “The most impressively-staged show I’ve seen this year, rendered with spellbinding intensity and a bravura performance by Ben Warwick “ ✮✮✮✮✮ THE SUNDAY EXPRESS

As Bert in The Trench – Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company.
“The most impressively-staged show I’ve seen this year, rendered with spellbinding intensity and a bravura performance by Ben Warwick “
✮✮✮✮✮ THE SUNDAY EXPRESS

 
The Trench  – Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company This darkly beautiful myth of the First World War echoes the look of a Topolski drawing: scarred and blackened and jagged and cramped, with the odd gleam of lanterns… the overall vision stays with you like a strange, significant dream…Burt, the protagonist, played by Ben Warwick, has a soul filled with anguish” ✮✮✮✮ THE TIMES

The Trench – Les Enfants Terribles Theatre Company
This darkly beautiful myth of the First World War echoes the look of a Topolski drawing: scarred and blackened and jagged and cramped, with the odd gleam of lanterns… the overall vision stays with you like a strange, significant dream…Burt, the protagonist, played by Ben Warwick, has a soul filled with anguish”
✮✮✮✮ THE TIMES

 
Les Enfants Terribles march into town with their breathtaking production,  The Trench  and knock spots off so many festival offerings. This extraordinary show is so beautifully realised that it’s hard to know where to start ✮✮✮✮✮ THE SUNDAY TIMES

Les Enfants Terribles march into town with their breathtaking production, The Trench and knock spots off so many festival offerings. This extraordinary show is so beautifully realised that it’s hard to know where to start
✮✮✮✮✮ THE SUNDAY TIMES

 
Frankenstein  – Blackeyed Theatre “Ben Warwick as Victor Frankenstein is a sensation. Arriving disheveled and broken he tells his tale as a warning. We see his ambition, his thirst for knowledge, his moment of creation. His eyes flash with excitement and therein lies one of Shelley’s greatest questions – is Frankenstein a genius, or a maniac?”

Frankenstein – Blackeyed Theatre
“Ben Warwick as Victor Frankenstein is a sensation. Arriving disheveled and broken he tells his tale as a warning. We see his ambition, his thirst for knowledge, his moment of creation. His eyes flash with excitement and therein lies one of Shelley’s greatest questions – is Frankenstein a genius, or a maniac?”

 
“Ben Warwick as Victor Frankenstein is quite spellbinding. We seem him flit from obsession to insanity, to spells of happiness and euphoria and then back. It is exhilarating to watch.”

“Ben Warwick as Victor Frankenstein is quite spellbinding. We seem him flit from obsession to insanity, to spells of happiness and euphoria and then back. It is exhilarating to watch.”

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"Intensely interesting and original, with strokes of real power… Ben Warwick gives a glittering performance as anguished Victor Frankenstein” THE TIMES

"Intensely interesting and original, with strokes of real power… Ben Warwick gives a glittering performance as anguished Victor Frankenstein”
THE TIMES

 
“Ben Warwick’s portrayal of Frankenstein’s growing psychosis and self-destruction is never over-played. His mercurial energy never wavers throughout the many stages leading to Frankenstein’s inevitable cataclysmic end and the production benefits greatly from such a robust performer its central role.”

“Ben Warwick’s portrayal of Frankenstein’s growing psychosis and self-destruction is never over-played. His mercurial energy never wavers throughout the many stages leading to Frankenstein’s inevitable cataclysmic end and the production benefits greatly from such a robust performer its central role.”

 
“There are two obvious essentials for a successful production – Victor Frankenstein himself and his Creature. Ben Warwick is a commanding presence as Frankenstein, playing the deity-defying scientist with a gripping, ever-increasing intensity as his life unravels…the production is powered by the electricity of Warwick’s central performance.”

“There are two obvious essentials for a successful production – Victor Frankenstein himself and his Creature. Ben Warwick is a commanding presence as Frankenstein, playing the deity-defying scientist with a gripping, ever-increasing intensity as his life unravels…the production is powered by the electricity of Warwick’s central performance.”

 
As William Eagle in  Gallipoli – The End Of The Road  – TT Film/Warner Brothers

As William Eagle in Gallipoli – The End Of The Road – TT Film/Warner Brothers

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Gallipoli – The End Of The Road  – TT Film/Warner Brothers

Gallipoli – The End Of The Road – TT Film/Warner Brothers

 
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Gallipoli – The End Of The Road  – TT Film/Warner Brothers

Gallipoli – The End Of The Road – TT Film/Warner Brothers

 
As  John  in  Cock  by Mike Bartlett

As John in Cock by Mike Bartlett

 
As  Sergius  in  Arms And The Man  – Orange Tree Theatre “Ben Warwick is wonderfully absurd as the moustachioed Sergius, posturing as a romantic hero and impeccable lover, all the while harbouring unworthy intentions” FINANCIAL TIMES “Ben Warwick’s glorious Sergius is all fire and fervour” Michael Billington in THE GUARDIAN

As Sergius in Arms And The Man – Orange Tree Theatre
“Ben Warwick is wonderfully absurd as the moustachioed Sergius, posturing as a romantic hero and impeccable lover, all the while harbouring unworthy intentions” FINANCIAL TIMES
“Ben Warwick’s glorious Sergius is all fire and fervour” Michael Billington in THE GUARDIAN

 
Painted From Memory  – Inspired Pictures

Painted From Memory – Inspired Pictures

 
As Rochester in  Jane Eyre  “A near perfect production. Illuminating and beautiful. Warwick’s Rochester is both true to type and revelatory – intelligent, brooding, hurting and flawed.” ★★★★

As Rochester in Jane Eyre
“A near perfect production. Illuminating and beautiful. Warwick’s Rochester is both true to type and revelatory – intelligent, brooding, hurting and flawed.” ★★★★

 
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Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

 
The Captain’s Tiger  – Orange Tree Theatre

The Captain’s Tiger – Orange Tree Theatre

The Captain’s Tiger  – Orange Tree Theatre

The Captain’s Tiger – Orange Tree Theatre

 
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Dogstar

Dogstar

 
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As  Laertes  in  Hamlet  – Ambassadors Theatre West End – English Touring Theatre “The best supporting performance comes from Ben Warwick whose Laertes has a speech of fire that fain would blaze” – Michael Billington THE GUARDIAN

As Laertes in Hamlet – Ambassadors Theatre West End – English Touring Theatre
“The best supporting performance comes from Ben Warwick whose Laertes has a speech of fire that fain would blaze” – Michael Billington THE GUARDIAN

 
Hamlet  - Ambassadors Theatre West End – English Touring Theatre “It is Ben Warwick’s vehement, violent Laertes that provides the evening’s high notes.” Nicholas De Jong EVENING STANDARD

Hamlet - Ambassadors Theatre West End – English Touring Theatre
“It is Ben Warwick’s vehement, violent Laertes that provides the evening’s high notes.” Nicholas De Jong EVENING STANDARD

 
Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre