"Peter Gerald takes the acting honours." Brian Penn, Everything Theatre
Peter receives critical acclaim in Café Society Swing
at Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Peter received critical acclaim this summer for his roles in sell-out show 'Café Society Swing' at Theatre Royal, Stratford East. See quote from A Younger Theatre below. CLICK to read more on the press page.
"I would also like to take this moment to congratulate and praise Peter Gerald on his fantastic multi-rolling in this show. Portraying a journalist trying to write an expose on the club, a bartender within the club and Josephson himself, his incredible narration skills and comic timing add more depth to this show and present three different attitudes towards the club and its story." (Megan Webb, A Younger Theatre)
★★★★★ 'The performers are spectacular... Each vocalist blew me away.' (The Spy in the Stalls)
★★★★ 'Fabulous' (Financial Times)
★★★★ 'A genuine treat' (The Times)
★★★★ 'An enjoyable evening of classic music'
(Musical Theatre Review)
… Actor / Singer - Theatre, Film and TV
Trained at The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art. Career highlights include seasons with the National Theatre, UK tours and West End roles including Seymour in 'Little Shop of Horrors' and Thénardier in 'Les Misérables'. More recently, created the role of bohemian artist Jules Pascin in the one-man play 'Picasso is Coming...Ce Soir' by Barry Fantoni. 'Picasso' had a huge following and transferred to the St. James Studio for a sell-out run.
"A fascinating, highly amusing and very moving night's theatre with an absolutely stand-out central performance from Peter Gerald." (Alistair McGowan)
"A genuine tour de force which must not go unrecognised, unremembered or unseen." (Remote Goat)
"Peter Gerald's performance as the older Edward highlights the desolate sense of loss at the death of their son." (The Stage)
"Performances could not be bettered, with Peter Gerald as Edward...on top form." (Reviews Gate)
"Kathryn and Edward are played by Nova Skipp and Peter Gerald...The two actors give exceptional performances and are quite wonderful." (Remote Goat)