Albert Clack joined the Settlement Players in 2005 and has appeared as Pantaloon in A Servant to Two Masters, The Colonel in Dad’s Army, Queen Victoria in Florence Nightingale, Aylott in A Month of Sundays and Major Pollock in Separate Tables; as well as minor walk-on roles in The Taming of the Shrew and Gaslight. Other amateur credits: Lord Brockhurst in The Boy Friend, and The Old Man in James & the Giant Peach (Bancroft Players, Hitchin), and Fauchelevent in Les Miserables (Bedford Dramatic Society).
Professional credits include: Mr Wardle in The Pickwick Papers (national tour), Adolf Verloc in The Secret Agent (Theatre Royal, Margate and Pavilion Theatre Brighton), Mr Knox in Fanny’s First Play (Middlesbrough Theatre), Canon Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest (award-winning production in the Brighton Festival), Professor Crackpot in Beauty & the Beast (Hawthorne Theatre, Welwyn), Polonius in Hamlet (The London Theatre), Capulet in Romeo & Juliet (Petersfield Shakespeare Festival), Northumberland in Henry IV Part 1 and Montague in Romeo & Juliet (both at the Cockpit Theatre, London), Simon Eyre in The Shoemakers’ Holiday (The Dell, Stratford-upon-Avon), The Burglar in Heartbreak House and Barney Doran in John Bull’s Other Island (both at Shaw’s Corner, Hertfordshire), Chebutykin in Three Sisters, and John Morton, Bishop of Ely, in Good King Richard (White Bear, London), Duncan in Macbeth, Sorin in The Seagull, and the Captain in Woyzeck (all at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, London), Farmer John in You Beautiful Ewe (Etcetera Theatre and The Roundhouse, London), various roles in Farfetched Fables and Autumn Music (Pentameters Theatre, London), Harold in Tiresia (Etcetera Theatre), Bob in Little England (Museum of Comedy).
Production of video of Scene 2 & Internet Trailer Breaking the Code, June 2013
Production of video for robbery scene and Professor Marcus’ demise for The Ladykillers , June 2015