Ken Bentley

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Kenneth "Ken" Bentley is a British drama director who works primarily in audio and theatre. He is best known for his work with Big Finish Productions, including their long-running series of audio dramas based on the popular British science-fiction series Doctor Who.[1]

Bentley attended Berkshire College of Art and trained as a director at Drama Studio London.[2]

In addition to his directing work Bentley was an assistant music researcher on Stephen Poliakoff's Capturing Mary,[3] and his written work includes Atramuntanat (a play about the life of Salvador Dalí) as well as a short story and several co-written short films.

Theatre[edit]

  • Phedre (Temp Contre Temps, Purcell Room) [2]
  • Flowers of the Dead Red Sea (Recidivist TC, Philosophy Society) [2]
  • Oleanna (Firebrand, The White Bear) [2]
  • The Speckled Band (Drayton Court Theatre) [2]
  • Atramuntanat (Motiv, Edinburgh Festival) [2]
  • The Diary of One Who Vanished (Sound Lyrical, Purcell Room) [2]
  • Arianna A Naxos (Temp Contre Temps, Purcell Room) [2]
  • The Bedsit (Wide, Chicago, USA) [2]
  • Dark is the Night (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Festival) [2]
  • Anna Weiss (Go Girl, Jermyn Street Theatre) [2]
  • The Damage (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Festival) [2]
  • The Simple Truth (Firebrand, rehearsed reading) [2]

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