"D'Silva is, in any event, a wry, plump and delightfully jaded Emperor of New York sporting an oily scrape-over barnet. With a twinkle in his eye and a warble in his throat, he makes a perfect (and perfectly loveable) Broadway rogue."
The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov
"The vodka flows, the music plays, the intrigue never stops. Five stars "
Macbeth. Shakespeare's Globe London
"The best performance comes from Julius D'Silva, who as Ross gives an object-lesson in how to speak verse with clarity and understanding."
Michael Billington. The Guardian
"Michael Boyd's RSC's history cycle is, on current form, one of the great events of modern theatre."
Michael Billington. The Guardian.
"So let me state unreservedly that Boyd's history cycle offers some of the greatest acting, in some of the most imaginative and rigorous productions, that I have experienced in more than 30 years of professional theatre-going."
Charles Spencer. The Daily Telegraph.
"It has been one of the supreme experiences of my long theatre-going lifetime: eight plays adding up to more than 24 hours (excluding intervals), spread over two evenings plus two whole days, each starting at 10.30 in the morning and finishing more than 12 hours later."
Anthony Holden. The Guardian.
PRODUCTION ROLE DIRECTOR VENUE/COMPANY.
THE PRODUCERS MAX Raz Shaw Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre 2018/19.
THE CHERRY ORCHARD Pischik Sir Michael Boyd Bristol Old Vic Theatre /Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre 2018.
STRICTLY BALLROOM The Musical Barry Fife Princess of Wales Theatre. Toronto. 2017
MADE IN DAGENHAM Mr Hopkins Adelphi Theatre . West End London. 2016
ETERNAL LOVE 'Louis VI' John Dove. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London and English Touring Theatre 2014.
ANNE BOLEYN 'Thomas Cromwell' John Dove. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London and English Touring Theatre 2011/12.
MACBETH 'Ross' Lucy Baily Shakespeare's Globe Theatre london 2010.
OLIVER! ‘Mr. Bumble’ Rupert Goold Theatre Royal Drury Lane.
The Histories/Royal Shakespeare Company - Laurence Olivier Award Winner 2009 for Best Company Performance.
HENRY IV Parts I & II ‘Bardolph’ (US Falstaff) Michael Boyd RSC
HENRY V ‘Bardolph Michael Boyd RSC
HENRY VI PART III ‘Rutlands Tutor’/Priest’ Michael Boyd RSC
HENRY VI PART II ‘Clerk of Chatham/ Peter’ Michael Boyd RSC
HENRY VI PART I ‘Sir William Lucy’ Michael Boyd RSC
RICHARD III ‘Catesby’ (US Richard) Michael Boyd RSC
GREAT EXPECTATIONS ‘Pumblechook’ Declan Donnellan RSC
RICHARD II ‘Bushy’ Steven Berkoff Ludlow Festival
LONE STAR MARK THREE ‘Jeff’ Caroline Leslie Salisbury Playhouse
DOG IN THE MANGER ‘Celio’ Lawrence Boswell RSC
TAMARS REVENGE ‘Braulio’ Simon Usher RSC
HOUSE OF DESIRES ‘Hernanda’ Nancy Meckler RSC
PEDRO, THE GREAT PRETENDER ‘Mayor Crespo’ Mike Alfreds RSC
HENRY VI PART III ‘Edward’ Bruce Wall Pentonville Prison
AS YOU LIKE IT ‘Orlando’ Peter Brewis BAC
TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES ‘Alec D’Urberville’ Jackie Summerville Greenwich Studio
THE TEMPEST ‘Caliban’ Sophie Paul Edinburgh Festival
MEASURE FOR MEASURE ‘Angelo’ Dominic Druce International, Rome
NEXT TIME I’LL SING TO YOU ‘Dust’ Leigh Lawson DNATC
THE RIVALS ‘Jack Absolute’ Carole Todd Boulevard Theatre
NOISES OFF ‘Gary Lejeune’ Robert Kennedy Gallery Productions
TO THE LIGHTHOUSE ‘James’ Andrew Holmes Empty Space T.C.
DICK WHITTINGTON ‘King Rat’ Charlie Drake Theatre Royal, Margate
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL ‘Shakespeare’ Sophie Paul Singapore Arts Festival
LES LIASONS DANGEREUSE ‘Valmont’ Clare Short
VERGIL CAESAR ‘Horace’ Tom Prentki Oxford Playhouse
BOUNCERS ‘Ralph’ Sophie Paul Burton Taylor Theatre
BBC Radio 4
"The Horse" Narrator.
"The Lyrical Ballads" Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
"Van Gogh: The Letters" Paul Gauguin.
"The Flea" by John Donne.