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2018

April: Martin plays the Duke of Wellington in a revival of Miss Wilsonís Waterloo for a special performance at the Theatre Le Colombier, Codes-sur-Ciel, in France.

June: He plays Frederick Delius in Late Swallows by David Bottomley, at the Brockley Jack Theatre London.

September: Travels to Milan to film a TV commercial for Lavazza Coffee.

September: Premiere's his one-man show Shakespeare and Me at the Rye Arts Festival.

October: Films the part of a Judge in an episode of Call the Midwife.

December: Films the part of Dr Bodley Scott in the Netflix series The Crown.

December: Christmas Show at the Barn Theatre, Downe, Kent.

2019

January: Martin continues filming his part in The Crown.

January/February: He plays Harold Chance in Funny Turns by David Hampshire, at the Museum of Comedy, Bloomsbury, London.

February: Films a TV commercial with Usain Bolt for Virgin Media.

March: His episode of Call the Midwife is shown.

April: He plays Charles in Murder on Cue by Robin Miller, at the Arts Centre, Barnes, London.

June: His appearance as Mr Scroggie in Episode 5 of Good Omens is shown on Amazon Prime.

July: Repeats his performance as Harold Chance in Funny Turns at the Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

November: His appearance as Dr Bodley Scott in Episode 10 of The Crown is shown on Netflix.

November: Plays Philip Pearce in Piles for Gyles at the Club for Acts and Actors.

December: Christmas Show at the Barn Theatre, Downe, Kent.

2020

February: Played Professor Galt in a new play by Barry Langley, Maestro's Last Stand, at the OSO Theatre in Barnes.

March: The Coronavirus Virus Pandemic begins, lockdown throughout the country, no work for the rest of the year.

2021

September: Hosted and created a new musical revue show So, Where Did It All Go Wrong? at the Rye Arts Festival.

October: Played Anton in a new play by Carolyn Pertwee, Life Changes, at the OSO Theatre in Barnes.

November: Played Julian Herbert-Whistle in a rehearsed reading for a proposed television sit-com, Above The Jolly Oyster.

December: Revived the musical revue show in Rye, for a special Christmas show.

2022

February: Played Teddie Deakin in a special studio recording of The Ghost Train by Arnold Ridley, at Heavy Entertainment Studios.

April: A revival of A Meeting Of Minds at the Rye Community Centre.

November: Martin and Merv cabaret show at the Brewery Yard Club.

December: A Christmas Cracker - a musical revue show, at the Rye Community Centre.

2023

March: Voice Over for a short film called Fred, about the look-out on the Titanic.

July: Martin and Merv show at the Brewery Yard Club.

September: Poetry Evening at Millbrook, Peasmarsh.

September: Another musical revue show, I Am No Good At Love, at the Rye Community Centre, for the Rye Arts Festival.

December: A Christmas Cracker show at the Rye Community Centre.

2024

April: Martin and Merv show at the Rye Community Centre.

 



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