Since performing at school and with the RSC, I have been fascinated with telling stories. For me, the most satisfying and exciting way to tell a story is to be in it.


Professionally, I have worked extensively with young people and schools. I believe this experience is invaluable for a performer.
Notably I have performed and helped produce work for young people with Spinoff Productions, Dramatic Theatre, Rusticus Arts and Hull Truck Theatre.


With my company, Brick by Brick, I have had the pleasure of performing in a variety of shows including immersive tech-based shows and even a Jacobean comedy.


I have worked with some really great companies in Hull and further afield and I’m always excited to work with new people.
Some notable collaborations include: Hull Truck Theatre, Middle Child, Silent Uproar and Apus Productions.

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Actor Jack Fielding

In Rehearsal

Here I am in rehearsals for A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian with Hull Truck Theatre, part of the Hull City of Culture 2017 programme.

Selected Acting Credits

Plastic Band, dir. Elle Douglas, 2020, Goole Junction

Omni-Science, dir. Jack Chamberlain, 2019, Brick by Brick

Great Journeys Across the Sea, dir. Jack Chamberlain, 2018, Brick by Brick and Apus Productions

Great Adventures in Storyland, dir. Finlay McGuigan, 2017-present, Hull Truck

A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian, dir. Mark Babych, 2017, Hull Truck

Bomb Happy, dir. Helena Fox, 2016, Everwitch Theatre

Big Difference, dir. Jon Adamson, 2015-present, Dramatic Theatre

Don Jon, dir. Alex Mitchell, 2014, Silent Uproar

The Forgotten City, dir. Alex Mitchell, 2013, Silent Uproar

Cycle Song, dir. James Beale, 2012, Proper Job

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, dir. Paul Smith, 2012, Middle Child

A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, dir. Perry Mills, 2010, Edwards Boys

A Mad World, My Masters, dir. Perry Mills, 2009, Edwards Boys

Richard III, dir. Michael Boyd, 2007, RSC

Great Expectations, dir. Declan Donnellan, 2005, RSC and Cheek by Jowl

Macbeth, dir. Dominic Cooke, 2004, RSC